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Witcher 3's Blood and Wine Map Compared to Wild Hunt

This is how much space you'll have to explore in The Witcher 3's new expansion, Blood and Wine.

Mr-Dude2945d ago (Edited 2945d ago )

It is pretty huge, and really beautiful. Well done CDPR, this is how you make DLC. Pretty sure Ubisoft, EA or Activision would have sold this as a entire new game, not €19,99

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starchild2945d ago

That is very impressive. It's almost like a new Witcher game.

evergrace2945d ago

The graphics are improved and look close to E3 2014 demo.

Realms2945d ago (Edited 2945d ago )

This is how you do DLC correctly definitely supporting them with Cyber Punk 2077 they respect gamers and offer as much bank for you're buck as possible it's the only DLC I have bought recently that I have no regrets buying.

Mr-Dude2944d ago

I really hope we see Cyberpunk on the E3 this year...

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Greatest DLCs In Gaming That Walk The Hall Of Fame

Gaming has given birth to some of the best DLCs ever made that enhance the base game significantly. Here are a few top recommendations.

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5 Amazing Side Quests In Games That You Need To Experience

While gamers usually take notice of the mainline missions, these 5 side quests deserve more widespread attention for how entertaining they are.

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The 7 Best Western RPGs: Immersive Adventures

RPGs are often huge, sprawling endeavours. With limited playtime, we have to choose wisely, so here's the best western RPGs available today.

SimpleSlave80d ago

"I started playing games yesterday" the List... Meh!

How about a few RPGs that deserve some love instead?
1 - Alpha Protocol - Now on GOG
2 - else Heart.Break()
3 - Shadowrun Trilogy
4 - Wasteland 2
5 - UnderRail
6 - Tyranny
7 - Torment: Tides of Numenera

And for a bonus game that flew under the radar:
8 - Banishers: Ghosts of New Eden

DustMan80d ago

Loved Alpha Protocol in all it's glorious jank. Great game.

SimpleSlave80d ago (Edited 80d ago )

Not only glorious jank, but the idea that the story can completely change depending on what you do, or say, or side with, makes it one of the most forward thinking games ever. The amount of story permutation is the equivalent of a Hitman level but in Story Form. And it wasn't just that the story changed, no, it was that you met completely new characters, or missed them, depending on your choices. Made Mass Effect feel static in comparison.

Alpha Protocol was absolutely glorious, indeed. And it was, and still is, more Next Gen than most anything out there these days. In this regard at least.

Pity.