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Video: The Crew recreates real-life American landmarks

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Greetings, Eurogamers. Now it is September, I realise I should have booked some kind of holiday. Mike seems fine; he has apparently been on an American road trip. This is weird, because he hasn't left his flat in weeks.

Oh, I see, Mike's odyssey took place entirely within the confines of the closed beta for open-world racer The Crew. In this video he takes you on a tour of the most iconic or surprising spots you should seek out on a cross-country road trip, such as Roswell, Mount Rushmore and Hearst Castle.

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Meanwhile, I was on a separate voyage of discovery. I discovered that no-one is more appalling at concealing their identities than game protagonists. Behold, videogame disguises less convincing than me with a fake moustache over my actual moustache, including cyborg Raiden in a sombrero and "Iroquois Pliskin" (nice one, Snake).

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And don't look now, Xbox One owners who set their Kinects on fire, here is the first thoroughly good dedicated Kinect game on Xbox One: Dance Central Spotlight. Show of the Week ponders this pared-down Dance Central, Xbox One's beleaguered Kinect and the mysteries of the afterlife, in that order.

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