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Plus, Carla Cooke and the Taco and Tamales Festival

David Guetta at XS, Stormy Daniels look-a-like contest, Mario Kart 64 and more stuff to do this week

March 29th, 2018

Plus, Carla Cooke and the Taco and Tamales Festival

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    Night in the Woods is an adorable drama about an anthropomorphic cat dropping out of college and returning home to her small town.

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    Arguably more valuable than the show floor itself, the press conferences were a whirlwind of new-game announcements and gameplay trailers.

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    There’s even a mode where you fly on the original USS Enterprise, complete with ludicrous glowing button consoles and retro decor.

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    The story starts well enough, before discarding everything that made it compelling.

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    Creators Ron Gilbert and Gary Winnick are responsible for some of the most beloved and influential adventure games of all time.

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    Eighty hours in, it feels like I’ve barely scratched the surface of the combat system.

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    Mobile gaming has come a long way since Snake on your Nokia 3310.

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