RollerCoaster Tycoon 3 returns with the Complete Edition, free on the Epic Store

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RollerCoaster Tycoon 3 returns with the Complete Edition, free on the Epic Store

We learned earlier this month that RollerCoaster Tycoon 3, which was pulled from Steam and GOG in 2018 in the wake of a lawsuit between Frontier Developments and Atari, would soon return in a new Complete Edition: Not quite a remaster, but with a number of enhancements including widescreen support and "increased compatibility for new PC hardware." Today is the day, and it's available now on Steam for $20—or you can snag it free for the week on the Epic Games Store.

A Yakuza live-action film is in the works

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A Yakuza live-action film is in the works

Yakuza, Sega's long-running game series about high-level organized crime and orphanage management in Japan, is headed to the big screen. A Variety report says that Sega has done a deal to develop a live-action Yakuza film with 1212 Entertainment and Wild Sheep Content.

Aquanox Deep Descent is surfacing in October

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Aquanox Deep Descent is surfacing in October

I have a healthy fear of the ocean. I saw a guy tear open his leg on coral when I was a kid and realised everything out there, even the non-threatening stuff, wanted to kill me. The ocean seems no safer in Aquanox Deep Descent, but at least you get to fight back in your heavily-armed ship.

An old TV plagued an entire UK village with daily internet outages for 18 months

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An old TV plagued an entire UK village with daily internet outages for 18 months

Internet engineers racked their brains for a year and a half trying to figure out why broadband connections for a rural village in Wales would go out every morning. It would happen like clockwork—the internet would be working fine late into the evening, but once 7:00 am rolled around, residents would suffer crippled speeds and even lose their connections entirely for a bit. The culprit turned out to be an old TV. Or more precisely, the electrical interference from a dated television set.