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Shadow of the Colossus External Hard Drive Doesn’t Store a Colossal Amount of Data

by Conner Flynn
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Best. External. Hard drive. Enclosure. Ever. Shadow of the Colossus is a little long in the tooth, sure. But anyone who has played it has a lot of love for the title. Packing in amazing gameplay and a great story, fans are passionate about it. And Redditor foxfoxwaltz loved it enough to create this amazing external hard drive.
Shadow of the Colossus
Yes. Even though this looks like an amazing limited edition sculpture, it is actually an external hard drive based on one of the colossi. You know your data is safe with a beast like this protecting it. Surprisingly, this massive creature only stores 500GB. Shouldn’t a colossus store 4TB or so?

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You can hit the link above to see more pictures of the build. A ton of work went into it and it is absolutely beautiful.

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[Reddit via Gamefreaks via Nerd Approved]

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