You might have to travel back in time to 1992 to find a parody of Quantum Leap relevant, but that takes nothing away from Tanner Foust’s mad drifting skills, the insane exhaust notes, and lung-filling dose of tire smoke and dust you’re in store for in the next six minutes.
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“I’m not that guy anymore.” “You’re always that guy.” First they killed his dog. Now they uh, just want to take over the world. John Wick comes out of retirement again because of a more stereotypical premise, but hopefully more smart action as well.
Denis Villeneuve (Sicario, Arrival) takes over the directorial reins from Ridley Scott for the long-awaited sequel to one of the greatest science fiction movies of all time. We know little about the plot yet, but we can’t wait until October 2017 to see this one.
Turtle power! These radical enamel pins are based on the 1987 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles cartoon, featuring all four turtles as well as Shredder, Krang, Bebop and Rocksteady. You can get them for $10 each or in hero/villain four-packs for $35.
Nintendo’s endless runner is as polished and innovative as other Mario games. Super Mario Run simple tap and hold mechanic is fresh and fun. It also has asynchronous multiplayer and a kingdom-building minigame. The initial stages are free, but it’s $10 to play the full game.
A wonderful book for anyone who loves video games. Author Dustin Hansen explores the origins of arcade, console and PC games dating back to Pong, all the way up to modern games like Overwatch, with an eye towards the creators and their sources of inspiration.
Grue causes a hit and run accident, the bad guy dresses like a 1980s fashion victim, Grucy go for a swim, and the Minions are so busy working on their own film franchise they almost forgot to show up for the trailer for the latest flick in the goofy but charming Despicable Me series.
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