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Jan. 27, 7p. In his new documentary Gangland Wire, filmmaker and former police officer-turned- lawyer Gary Jenkins will describe the...
Jan. 28, 7:30p. Featuring Mundo Juillert. Part of the American Jazz Initiative. $15 at the door. The Scullery, 150 Las Vegas Blvd. N.,
Jan. 28, 10p. The twenty-piece band transforms popular songs from all genres to produce a one-of-a-kind sound experience. $15-$30, Cabaret Jazz...
Video game version of Vegas: Our most accurate depiction yet?
by Andrew Kiraly | posted May 13, 2011
Here's a meta-enriched item to make your postmodern brain-lobes twirl: Avid fan of Southwest travel scours Las Vegas to compare the reality with its grim, futuristic depiction in the acclaimed, incredibly vivi, detailed, post-apocalyptic Sin City-set video game Fallout: New Vegas.
Extensive commentary, side-by-side photos, the works. But why, why, why?!
The site's now complete. In less than a week it's approached 100,000 pageviews and over 5000 people have watched the videos. But doing a tour based on a videogame remains a fundamentally silly thing to do. So a few people have asked: why did I do it?
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