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Joystiq Weekly: overdrive the sunset, a million dark souls and sample Destiny

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Welcome to the Joystiq Weekly wrap-up where we present some of the best stories and biggest gaming news from our sister-publication.

Flat surfaces, be they canopies or car roofs, give you a sky-high bounce with well-timed button press. You can grind on railings, Jet Set Radio-style, on top of power lines, or swing beneath them while your other hand fires a weapon into the snarling crowd below. You have to jump with effective timing and read the environment as a series of vectors – bounce on that car, hit that power line, flip over that billboard there and then whip out a baseball bat for a shocking ground-pound finale.

Now that you're caught up on gaming, go spend some time with your mom -- today is her day! Check back next Sunday for another recap, or head over to Joystiq and catch the news as it happens.

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