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The Witcher 3: Blood and Wine Expansion New Screenshots

Article by: Danny Buell   CD Projekt Red have revealed five new screenshots for their upcoming expansion for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt and they are as beautiful as you’d expect! Along with the screenshots we have included the descriptions CD Projekt Red has tagged with them. "Anna Henrietta and her entourage." "Beauclair is

Mirror’s Edge Catalyst — Delayed

Article by: Danny Buell   Sorry Runners, looks like your dive into the City of Glass has been delayed yet again for a second time to June 7th in North America and June 9th in Europe. Mirror’s Edge Catalyst, the reboot to EA’s Mirror's Edge title released in 2008, has been opened for


Article by: Brian Toglia Photos courtesy of Remedy Quantum Break was developed by Remedy and Published by Microsoft     No Story Spoilers!   “Shattered Reality” When a game is delayed, you can look at in one of two ways. Either the game is in serious trouble or it just needs a little more time for some extra

Top 5 Games I Played in 2015

Article by: Brian Toglia   Video games! Playing them is my chosen way to spend what little free time I have. I try to play as many games as I can in a given year, but I can't get to them all. Before you start cursing me out for my Top 5

FALLOUT 4 – Review

Article by Danny Buell   “War, war never changes…” Developed by Bethesda Softworks and published by Zenimax Studios, there is no escaping the highly addicting success that is Fallout 4. Marked as a sequel to Fallout 3 and Fallout: New Vegas, it is pretty much a stand alone game much like the other


Nintendo gives fans the ability to create and share their own Mario levels, resulting in a fantastic level editor that champions the Wii U's unique capabilities and the iconic plumber's 30 year career. This September marks the 30th anniversary for what has been, without a doubt, the most popular character in


Does the inclusion of the Batmobile help or hinder Rocksteady's final entry into the Arkham series?   Batman: Arkham Knight is a title that suffers from a case of identity crisis. Rocksteady's final entry into their excellent series that started with Batman: Arkham Asylum reaches its conclusion in this long-awaited (and delayed)