Blizzard is adjusting several Hearthstone minions to make them more 'consistent'

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Blizzard is adjusting several Hearthstone minions to make them more 'consistent'

A handful of Hearthstone minions will be changed in the next major update to bring their types more in line with their appearances and place in Warcraft lore. Molten Giant and Mountain Giant, for instance, are both being reclassified as Elemental minions, which adds flexibility to Elemental decks and "also makes more sense from a visual standpoint—these lumbering towers of magma and stone are the epitome of Elementals." 

We Happy Few gets approved for Australia

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We Happy Few gets approved for Australia

Australia turned the thumbs-down on We Happy Few in May, citing the game's incentivized drug use—players take a faux-narcotic called "Joy" in order to blend in with society and avoid being murdered—as too far over the line for approval. Last week, however, the Classification Board announced that it would reconsider the ruling, and today it revealed that the appeal has been successful. 

Why 'Wrecking Ball' is awkward to say, and other reasons Overwatch fans prefer 'Hammond'

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Why 'Wrecking Ball' is awkward to say, and other reasons Overwatch fans prefer 'Hammond'

Overwatch fans are pretty much in agreement that the new hero Wrecking Ball, a spherical mech piloted by a genius hamster named Hammond, is cool. He's a fast, cute tank who reinforces the idea that the Overwatch universe is built on fun, not deadpan seriousness. There's just one little problem: lots of players hate the name Wrecking Ball. More to the point, many players would prefer Blizzard officially change his hero name to Hammond—so much so that someone started a petition for just that. 

PT for PC is a faithful recreation of the world's creepiest corridor

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PT for PC is a faithful recreation of the world's creepiest corridor

It's been almost four years since PT, the "playable teaser" for Konami's since-canceled horror game Silent Hills, was released on the PlayStation Network, and well over three years since it was taken down, never to be seen again. Yet its legend has endured: Silents Hills never saw the light of day, but PT quickly became a horror classic in its own right—brief, but brilliant. 

You can add 4TB of storage to your PC for just $70

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You can add 4TB of storage to your PC for just $70

SSDs are at pretty great prices right now, but if you need a massive amount of storage for your PC, an extra mechanical hard drive is usually the best option. If you're running out of space on your desktop, or you need drives for a NAS/server, this is the deal for you.