Although the Heart of Stone expansion’s collector’s edition had some nice physical Gwent cards, Waffleguru’s version of the addictive mini-game is much more ambitious than that.
Juggalo Geralt says hello.
The Witcher 3 finally has official tools that modders can use to make cool shit from now until the end of time. There’s just one problem: they could be a lot better.
Crank up those PC settings and The Witcher 3 becomes pretty damn beautiful.
An animated parody of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, made by Matthew Shezmen, proves that being Geralt is not easy when there’s so much drama going.
The Witcher 3 has blood and nudity by the boatload, but that stuff doesn’t fly in some countries. The result? A bit of silly censorship.
If you play a game long enough, you start to be able to predict it. Thirty hours in, The Witcher 3’s still got me stumped.
Everyday life in The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt looks so cool. The game just got a new gameplay trailer, full of combat, but the best-looking parts are the ones with the NPCs doing their medieval daily routine.
Finally! As anyone with facial hair will tell you, it grows. Except in video games, where beards seem suspended in time. Not anymore.
"Eh, it was a video game," I flippantly told a friend shortly after I got back from a recent Witcher 3: Wild Hunt preview event in San Francisco. "I don't know. It was alright, I guess."
If you've played a role-playing game in the last several years, be it Mass Effect or The Elder Scrolls, chances are that most of the game involved people asking you to go places, bop things on the head, and return with items for a reward. Unless you've played The Witcher.
Last week during the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco, I sat down with three gentlemen from CD Projekt Red to discuss their upcoming RPG The Witcher 3. We know it's an open-world game for PC and next-gen consoles, and that it will bring the story of the Witcher Geralt of Rivia to a close. We're guessing…
A giant cataclysm. Hordes of monsters roaming around. Mutated monster hunters addicted to potions and mushrooms...That's all you need to know to feel like home when playing The Witcher. You can forget the novels and all those journal entries.
CD Projekt Red told us they were making a new engine before they told us what it was being used for. Of course, it was pretty easy to guess that The Witcher 3 was the big mystery title that RedEngine 3 was going to power. And now we're getting a look at the open-world that Geralt of Rivia will be roaming through—on…
Less than a day after Sony teases a reveal of the PS4, CD Projekt Red—makers of the popular Witcher series—have unveiled the engine that will be powering their next-generation games. The timing of the announcement is probably a coincidence, but maybe not!