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Tales Of Arise: The Kotaku Review

Dozens of hours into Tales of Arise, a new role-playing game from Bandai Namco, one of your party members asks, “Is it over?”Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Tales Of Arise: The Kotaku Review

Dozens of hours into Tales of Arise, a new role-playing game from Bandai Namco, one of your party members asks, “Is it over?”Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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A Big Blue Thing Just Decimated A Low Bridge Over I-93 In Boston

A tractor-trailer carrying an oversized load crashed into a bridge over Interstate 93 in Medford, Massachusetts outside Boston yesterday afternoon, instantly necessitating months of repair work that is already underway.Read more… Continue Reading at https://jalopnik.com

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A Big Blue Thing Just Decimated A Low Bridge Over I-93 In Boston

A tractor-trailer carrying an oversized load crashed into a bridge over Interstate 93 in Medford, Massachusetts outside Boston yesterday afternoon, instantly necessitating months of repair work that is already underway.Read more… Continue Reading at https://jalopnik.com

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How To Watch NASCAR, F1, IMSA, And Everything Else In Racing This Weekend; July 2-4

Welcome to the Jalopnik Weekend Motorsports Roundup, where we let you know what’s going on in the world of racing, where you can see it and where you can talk about it, all in one convenient place. Where else would you want to spend your weekend?Read more… Continue Reading at https://jalopnik.com

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What’s New on Paramount+ in July 2021

I signed up for Paramount Plus before the launch, back when they were offering a 50% discount if you were willing to pay for a year in advance. This seemed like a good decision back when I was binging the first season of The Real World in preparation for the debut of the 30-years-later reunion […]

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What’s New on Paramount+ in July 2021

I signed up for Paramount Plus before the launch, back when they were offering a 50% discount if you were willing to pay for a year in advance. This seemed like a good decision back when I was binging the first season of The Real World in preparation for the debut of the 30-years-later reunion […]

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How To Watch Formula One, Formula E, NASCAR And Everything Else In Racing This Weekend; May 7-9th

Welcome to the Jalopnik Weekend Motorsports Roundup, where we let you know what’s going on in the world of racing, where you can see it and where you can talk about it, all in one convenient place. Where else would you want to spend your weekend?Read more… Continue Reading at https://jalopnik.com

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10 Reasons Paramount+ Is a Streaming TV Paradise

I know, I know, who needs another new streaming service in 2021, right? But Paramount+, which launched today, isn’t technically new—it’s just a beefed-up version of CBS All Access, augmented to take advantage of all the synergy created by the 2019 merger between CBS and Paramount Pictures’ parent Viacom.Read more… Continue Reading at https://lifehacker.com

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Is Paramount+ Worth It?

Not to be outdone by Disney+ and HBO Max, Viacom recently announced its own streaming service, creatively named Paramount+, will launch on March 4. The unrelenting number of newer streaming services—Disney+, Discovery+, Apple TV+ and all the plus-es you can think of—when placed alongside legacy companies like Hulu and…Read more… Continue Reading at https://lifehacker.com

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Star Trek: Discovery Comes Home, for Better and Worse

So Earth might not have been home home for the tired, buckling crew of the USS Discovery. Trill might not have given all the answers, besides a reckoning of just what a number nearly a millennia of time travel will do on people. But now, our heroes have found the Federation—and Discovery has found that, […]

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The Next Star Trek: Picard Novel Fills in More of Riker’s Post-Enterprise History

Riker’s appearance as Jean-Luc’s faithful friend and former subordinate was a highlight of the first season of Picard. Dude just has great vibes. There’s a reason, after all, that he’s such a popular character, beyond his chronic inability to sit in chairs correctly. So it’s only fitting that the newest novel in the …Read more… […]

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Paramount’s New President Is Trying to Figure Out What to Do About the Star Trek Movies

While Star Trek’s TV offerings are flourishing, the films are stuck in somewhat of a rut. After the plans for a fourth Abrams-helmed Trek fell apart, the studio hasn’t had a lot of clarity over what to do with the property, with several film ideas, including one famously pushed by Quentin Tarantino, being floated,…Read more… […]

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Paramount’s New President Is Trying to Figure Out What to Do About the Star Trek Movies

While Star Trek’s TV offerings are flourishing, the films are stuck in somewhat of a rut. After the plans for a fourth Abrams-helmed Trek fell apart, the studio hasn’t had a lot of clarity over what to do with the property, with several film ideas, including one famously pushed by Quentin Tarantino, being floated,…Read more… […]

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Star Trek: Lower Decks Is Fun as Hell, and So Much More

Coming into Star Trek: Lower Decks, there was a lot of uncertainty about the franchise boldly going into a comedic frontier. Star Trek has always been open to humor in the past, but would it still feel like Star Trek if one of its own shows was more about laughs than interstellar exploration? Thankfully, we […]

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Star Trek: Lower Decks Is Fun as Hell, and So Much More

Coming into Star Trek: Lower Decks, there was a lot of uncertainty about the franchise boldly going into a comedic frontier. Star Trek has always been open to humor in the past, but would it still feel like Star Trek if one of its own shows was more about laughs than interstellar exploration? Thankfully, we […]

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The 5 Winners (and 3 Losers) of San Diego Comic-Con 2020 (at Home)

San Diego Comic-Con 2020 has ended, and things were a bit different this time around. Obviously, that was because of forces beyond anyone’s control—namely a global pandemic. But there were still things that could’ve gone better. There were a few highs, some notable lows, and a lot of uncertainty about what the rest of …Read […]

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The 5 Winners (and 3 Losers) of San Diego Comic-Con 2020 (at Home)

San Diego Comic-Con 2020 has ended, and things were a bit different this time around. Obviously, that was because of forces beyond anyone’s control—namely a global pandemic. But there were still things that could’ve gone better. There were a few highs, some notable lows, and a lot of uncertainty about what the rest of …Read […]

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The Sexist Legacy in Star Trek’s Progressive Universe

In the fourth episode of Star Trek: Picard, a familiar face storms onto the scene. With plenty of legacy characters, this might just be another day at the (space) office. But this is Seven of Nine, beloved, iconic, even more badass than she was during her time on Voyager—and she was always pretty badass. “You […]

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