This week in Crave: The high-flying edition

This week, we tried to run away from the speedy Cheetah robot, looked skyward for quadrotors, and pondered the possibilities of man-OS romance.

Assassin's Creed in real life
A real-life Assassin's Creed sequence full of jumps, climbs, and rolls. Video screenshot by Amanda Kooser/CNET

Too busy deciding whether you'd rather live in a "Star Wars" or "Star Trek" universe to keep up with Crave all week? Dial back your sci-fi daydreams for a moment and catch up on what you missed.

- Finally! Video proof that Assassin's Creed is really just parkour.

- Grand Theft Auto gets a "Back to the Future" wardrobe.

- What's that we spot overhead? Oh, just 50 flying LED drones.

- We like butt-mounted iPhone bike lights and we cannot lie.

- What if the iPhone 5 and the rumored iPad Mini were the same device?

- Those hoping for a PlayStation Vita hack could have their wish granted soon.

- Our very favorite extreme-definition 27-inch monitors.

- Got a musical ear and tinkerer's hand? Let's see what you can do.

- The Top 5 things to do with an old Kindle Fire.

- Go hide! The Cheetah robot can now outrun Usain Bolt.

- Just how does a guy go about wooing an operating system anyway?

Wanna woo us? Write to us at crave at cnet dot com. And be sure to follow us on Twitter: @crave.

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