Katamari Damacy Rerolled will release on PC this December

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Katamari Damacy Rerolled will release on PC this December

Katamari Damacy is a cult classic for a reason: released in 2004, it's a puzzle game about rolling a ball around a whimsical world, and gripping all manner of objects onto it. There aren't many games about sticky balls, and I'd wager that Katamari Damacy is the only game that lets you capture a whole mountain with one.

Assetto Corsa Competizione has launched into Early Access

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Assetto Corsa Competizione has launched into Early Access

Assetto Corsa Competizione has released into Early Access today, with Italian studio Kunos Simulazioni expecting the game to release in full this coming February. A follow-up to the original 2014, widely loved for the depth and detail of its simulation, Assetto Corsa Competizione is developed in Unreal Engine 4 and will "allow players to experience the real atmosphere of the FIA ​​GT3 homologated championship", according to an announcement.

Wolfenstein 3 is 'absolutely' being made

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Wolfenstein 3 is 'absolutely' being made

The Wolfenstein series numbering scheme is a little messy. Castle Wolfenstein was the first, but the FPS series as we know it started 25 years ago with Wolfenstein 3D. Sequels and reboots led to Wolfenstein—just Wolfenstein—in 2009, after which Bethesda took over and gave us Wolfenstein: The New Order and then Wolfenstein: The Old Blood, neither of which were Wolfenstein 2, which didn't come along until last year. This year, Bethesda revealed Wolfenstein: Youngblood at E3, which in keeping with that complicated tradition is not Wolfenstein 3 but rather a standalone spin-off. 

Adata's 'virtually indestructible' external HDD is rated to survive over 3 tons of pressure

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Adata's 'virtually indestructible' external HDD is rated to survive over 3 tons of pressure

You can never be too careful with your data. For example, let's say you go to the zoo and visit the giraffe exhibit, and decide to pay a few bucks extra to feed them. Everything's going well, until you accidentally drop your external hard drive into the exhibit and watch in horror as your long-necked friend tramples all over it. Well crap, there goes your data. We've all been there, right? Right!? Maybe not, but Adata built an external HDD that puts those kind of worries to rest.