Goat Simulator studio reveals a mysterious new project called Satisfactory

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Goat Simulator studio reveals a mysterious new project called Satisfactory

Goat Simulator is an unusual game, not just because it's really bad but because the Steam description warns that it's really bad and actually suggests that people should spend their money on something else, like a hula hoop or a pile of bricks. But now Coffee Stain Studios has a mysterious new project in the works called Satisfactory, and it said that this time it's actually trying really hard to make a decent game. 

Hardboiled cop RPG No Truce With the Furies is now called Disco Elysium

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Hardboiled cop RPG No Truce With the Furies is now called Disco Elysium

No Truce With the Furies is an isometric RPG styled after a hardboiled cop show, set in the corrupt, beautifully dilapidated city of Revachol West. As a disgraced detective, players will investigate crimes, break down doors, arrest and interrogate suspects—or maybe just wander the streets, exploring the city's mysteries and delivering some semblance of justice as the whim strikes. It's all a bit vague, to be honest, but it seems like the real question isn't "whodunit," but "what kind of cop—and what kind of person—do you want to be?" 

Get a 120GB solid state drive for $38 or 250GB for $65

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Get a 120GB solid state drive for $38 or 250GB for $65

Earlier today, we wrote about PNY's new and aggressively priced 960GB CS900 series solid state drive. It's on sale for $230, making it one of the least expensive 1TB-class SSDs around. While in search of interesting hardware deals, we noticed that PNY's other CS900 series drives are on sale well.

XCOM 2, Civilization 6, Total Warhammer 2 going cheap in Fanatical's Spring Sale

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XCOM 2, Civilization 6, Total Warhammer 2 going cheap in Fanatical's Spring Sale

According to the Met Office, Spring in the Northern Hemisphere officially begins on Tuesday, March 20. And while I'm hardly holding my breath for better weather—seriously, Mother Nature, ease up on the snow, eh?—I am looking forward to some seasonal videogame savings. To this end, Fanatical's Spring Sale kicks off today and runs through March 26.