Regardless of whether you enjoyed, endured, or avoided seeing Disney Pixar’s Cars, the racing game of the same name is a fun drive. It’s also an unusual one. This is a racer in which every vehicle is equipped with a jump button, using the reverse gear is a legitimate race strategy, and thoroughbred racecars rocking machine guns compete alongside mine-dropping camper vans. Despite its disappointing lack of online play, Cars is also a game that’s best enjoyed with up to three friends. There are better racing games available, but none quite like this one.
Responding to criticism from his recent trip to Myanmar, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey said he’s keen to learn about the country’s racial tension and human rights atrocities, but it has emerged that both he and Twitter’s public policy team ignored an opportunity to connect with a key civic group in the country.