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The Witcher 3: Blood and Wine Review | Entertainment Buddha

One of the most striking things about Toussaint, the new area where Blood and Wine takes place, is the color pallet on display. Whereas the main game and Hearts of Stone both relied on a relatively muted, grittier set of colors, Toussaint is awash in deep blues and bright greens, vibrant purples and shining golds. Knights errant roam the land and the citizenry extol chivalric virtue. It looks like a much more “traditional” fantasy setting – whatever that means – which is something Geralt himself comments on when he first arrives in the duchy.

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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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10 Expansions That Are Better Than The Main Game

NoobFeed Editor Joshua Burt writes - It is now a mainstay of gaming that post a title's release, and DLC will accompany the game. Some of the most popular games of the last fifteen years have followed this practice. But there are some DLCs that are better than others. That stands on the shoulders of their base game, and in some cases… Surpass it. These are the 10 expansions that were better than the main game.

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Dudeson762d ago

Damn, I feel stupid when years ago I played all the dlc for fallout 3 except the pitt. My younger ass looked at it and thought it was boring without trying I believe... Well good reason to fire up the old dusty ps3!

PhillyDillyDee762d ago

Bethesda usually does great DLC. Makes sense they are on the list 3 times.

generic-user-name762d ago

Solid list, I'd add inFamous: Festival of Blood, although it was a standalone download, it still felt like an inFamous 2 expansion.

Blood and Wine might be the best ever though.

SullysCigar762d ago

I'd also add in Horizon The Frozen Wilds. As I started it, I wasn't sure I had the energy, but my God that was awesome. Some of the best weapons, enemies and missions in Horizon for sure.

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RaidenBlack762d ago

Blood and Wine is always the reason these "best DLC of all time" list gets made in the first place nowadays.
Don't think CDPR can come any where near with any upcoming CP2077 DLC.

Silly Mammo762d ago

I have beaten Bloodborne but though i have the DLC I never played through it. For now I want to wait and see if it gets a Bluepoint remake.

anast762d ago

It's the best DLC in the genre. You are missing out.

SarwarRon762d ago

I double that. If you've liked Bloodborne, don't miss out The Old Hunters.

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MadLad762d ago

I skipped on Demons Souls remake, but Bloodborne would be day one. I love the game, but it is very, very jaggy and really needs a 60fps edition.

anast762d ago

I didn't like Blood and Wine too much, but the grandmaster gear is worth it.

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