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on his face. The Re­ac­tor doesn’t have the seam run­ning down the mid­dle of its body like the Premier, whose chas­sis is made up of two halves, thus the seam.

Un­like the Premier, the Re­ac­tor has ca­pac­i­tive con­trols on the top. I ask Nardin if De­vialet plans to also in­clude the same fea­ture with the Premier in fu­ture and he says no. Nardin elab­o­rates that due to the Re­ac­tor’s porta­bil­ity, it means that you’ll be touch­ing it a lot. With that fre­quency of con­tact, it makes sense to have a con­trol panel. Just a short dis­tance from the of­fice is the Palais Garnier opera house. Out­side, tourists gawp and take pic­tures of the sculp­tures and the re­splen­dent ex­te­rior, whereas within, I’m at the mercy and at­ten­tion of a full orches­tra. Well, kinda. I’m be­ing ro­manced by 18 De­vialet Phan­tom Pre­miers, all sit­ting like gi­ant eggs in a semi-cir­cle, where the ma­chines rep­re­sent the in­stru­ment sec­tions of an orches­tra.

Lo­cated in the west cham­ber of the Grand Vestibule, the De­vialet Area acts as a show­room and a fit­ting lo­ca­tion for

At sea with a but­t­load of rev­ellers and mu­sic... what couldgo wrong at It’s The Ship? Bethesda re­leasesFall­out 76, an on­line mul­ti­player RPG.

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