Crank up those PC settings and The Witcher 3 becomes pretty damn beautiful. »
In the last half a year or so, we’ve gotten not one but two epic western fantasy RPGs in the form of Dragon Age: Inquisition and The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. It’s only natural that we’d want to compare them.
I gotta say, CD Projekt Red is killing it with all the free stuff they keep adding to The Witcher 3.
The only problem with the addictive card game CD Projekt Red included in The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is all the witching one has to do to play it. Thanks to a mod for Tabletop Simulator, the witching is now optional. »
When I think of how The Witcher 3 depicts women, handles sexism, and deals with other hot-button subject matter, I think of one quest: The Bloody Baron.
It used to be easy to earn money in The Witcher 3 by killing cows over and over again. The game’s most recent patch, however, has a clever way of stopping you from exploiting the world’s bovine. »
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.
Quitting, I was raised to believe, is a moral failing. You should stay on the Little League team through the end of the summer, even if you’re not having any fun. You should stick it out as an altar server at church until the end of the eighth grade, whether you like it or not. You should never go home in the middle… »
UPDATE: It works now. If you bought The Witcher 3 digitally on Xbox One, there’s a chance you can’t play the game right now. There’s a licensing issue—error “0x87de2726”—that’s preventing the game from booting up, but Microsoft is aware of the problem and working on it. »
This video is from PlayStation Poland. It is titled “The Witcher Is Looking for the Most Powerful Power.” But does Geralt actually find it? Hrm... »
Before The Witcher 3 officially released, much of the talk online was about downgrades, or disappointment about the graphics. Now that people have had a chance to actually play the game, however, the discussion around The Witcher 3 is very, very different. »
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.