Today, Dark Horse Comics announced it is once again teaming up with CD Projekt Red to bring you more collectible figurines from The Witcher series. …Read More The post The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Getting Three More Collectible Figurines Through Dark Horse by Tyler Fischer appeared first on DualShockers.
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Last year, I cheated in a relationship that was honestly the best I’ve ever had. This is a pattern in my life, a problem that, for a long time, I refused to acknowledge. It’s even extended to video games like The Witcher 3. Advertisement It all started with me beginning to wonder the same thing I always do: “Is the relationship I’m in now the right one? Maybe I’m making a mistake.” From there, I managed to clumsily demolish a really solid foundation I’d spent nearly a year constructing with another person. I started talking to (and eventually flirting with) another person I found interesting. Instead of communicating with my girlfriend and working on our issues, I grew emotionally close to someone else. I made my girlfriend, miserable with worry and myself sick with anxiety. I never cheated on her physically, and I won’t go too much further into the nitty gritty of it, but when it ended, it ended bad. And I absolutely deserved every bit of it. It wasn’t the first time I’ve done this. And it wasn’t the first time I blamed the other person, or the READ FULL STORY AT KOTAKU!
Oh hey, it’s Maul, Witcherest of Witcher cosplayers, starring in this short film all about Geralt getting his sword on. Advertisement Triss is Erika Rodgers (who also produced), while it was directed by ActionLeo. Via Glixel. READ FULL STORY AT KOTAKU!
Doug Cockle, the voice behind The Witcher’s Geralt, recently described his experience working on the series, including how awkward it can be to record intimate lines when he’s the only one present. Advertisement An American actor who now resides in coastal English city of Bournemouth, Cockle told Eurogamer he more or less stumbled voicing CDProject Red’s now iconic witcher mostly by chance. After working on the first game in the trilogy, released back in 2007, Cockle almost missed out on returning for the sequel when the Polish developer decided to go with a different recording studio. Fortunately, however, he learned that CDProject Red was casting for the role again when a friend of his who had tried out mentioned it in passing. Cockle followed up with his original contacts at the company and managed to cement himself as the definite Geralt. The one who calls every horse he meets “Roach” and has a sparkling wit that’s as dry as week old bread. Like David Hayter’s Snake or Jennifer Hale’s Shepard, Cockle’s voice has come to define the essence of the character in a way that makes READ FULL STORY AT KOTAKU!
This as close to being “won over” as I can get Geralt to look. Last week, I asked for your advice for finishing The Witcher 3. You had some great, if not sometimes intimidating, tips. This weekend I took some of that advice, and now I’m here to say: oh my god you guys Witcher 3. Advertisement Reading through your comments, I was happy to see I wasn’t alone in being cowed by the size of The Witcher 3. You all had some excellent and thoughtful advice, from setting the difficulty to easy, doing what comes naturally, not being a completionist, treating it more like a TV show, or just getting so wrapped up in the story you can’t help but keep playing. It was a great discussion, so check it out if you’re looking for inspiration Here’s what I eventually decided to do: Over the long weekend, I vowed that I would only play The Witcher 3. On Saturday, when my roommate asked me to play Overwatch with her, I stonily replied, “Witcher 3…” She was confused and possibly disturbed. I brewed some coffee and plopped down in front of my PC. I heard my roommate laughing with our…
As one of 2015’s most acclaimed titles, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is no slouch when it comes to offering dozens of hours of quests, missions, and epic storylines, with the game’s Complete Edition now available at …Read More The post The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt – Complete Edition Drops to $25 in Best Buy’s Deal of the Day by Ryan Meitzler appeared first on DualShockers.
This is you all talking about your favorite part of The Witcher 3. I’m Geralt, walking away because I haven’t gotten to that part yet. The new year means it’s time for resolutions. This year I’d like to practice my guitar more, be as fit as I was in my 20s, figure out my romantic life—but I probably won’t do any of those things. But I might, with your help, finish The Witcher 3. Advertisement My colleague Patricia and I were talking today about how we’ve both recently (finally) started playing The Witcher 3. I’m only about 10 hours in, and I didn’t get my fellow Kotaku staffers’ flood of screenshots and jokes. I want to finish the game, but it’s just so long, and there are so many sidequests. I have so many games to play, and those stars in Overwatch aren’t going to get themselves… But I want to see The Witcher 3 through. I want to share in the memories and laughter of my colleagues. I want the monsters, the cats, the frying pans, the kisses. I want the haircuts. Oh how I want the haircuts. Advertisement READ FULL STORY AT KOTAKU!
I’ve played a lot of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. Like, a LOT. My Steam counter just cracked 200 hours, and that’s not counting the first time I played the game on PS4. I figured I’d seen everything there was to see, but a mod I recently installed has proved me wrong. Advertisement That mod is Wasteland Ghost’s Friendly HUD, which makes a number of small but significant changes to The Witcher 3‘s on-screen display. When Luke posted about that expansive snowfall mod last month, I realized that I’d never really gotten into Witcher 3 modding. I’ve never thought the game had as lively a modding scene as something like, say, Skyrim. I started looking around for good Witcher 3 mods and found a few people recommending Friendly HUD. I installed it, and am loving it. You can watch a demo here: The mod makes a bunch of changes to the game; too many to list here. Most notably, it removes the game’s often intrusive HUD entirely, though it’s possible to toggle it on and off with a click of the left thumbstick. (It also adds a bunch of customizable keyboard shortcuts, but I play with a controller.) Friendly HUD…
OK, so there are parts of The Witcher 3 where it’s already snowing, but this mod brings snow to almost the entire map. Merry Christmas, you drifters in from Temeria. Advertisement The mod, called Winter is Coming, was made by KNG, and you can download it here. It’s not perfect, since the mod couldn’t go in and add snow to every texture in the game (so buildings won’t have snow on their roofs, etc), but the effect is still pretty cool. I might install it for a fresh look in a new game plus plus. READ FULL STORY AT KOTAKU!
Digital Shop Displays What Seems to be Cyberpunk 2077 Release Date Alongside Game Excitement levels are set to skyrocket with the bit of news that has just reached us. Cyberpunk 2077, the highly anticipated game from developer CD Projekt Red, may be coming pretty soon. Following The Witcher 3’s success, gamers everywhere have waited eagerly for news concerning CDPR’s next project. Since they’ve decided to delve into a new genre, bracing us for sci-fi conventions, we’ve eagerly awaited any news regarding this rather mysterious title. Now we may finally have a release date. Evidence comes from a Swedish-based digital product store, where Cyberpunk 2077 is currently listed. The store, known as Komplett, originally set the game’s dedicate page with very little information. But reddit users have since noted that the page has been updated, and the update came in the form of a release date. By all accounts, it seems the Cyberpunk 2077 release date will be September 30, 2017, less than a year away(See sources down below). In conjunction with rumors, the probability of this being the actual release date is high. We know CD Projekt RED has a date in mind, yet hasn’t officially confirmed anything. On top of a release date, more information on the site
The 2016 Video Game Awards Name Witcher 3 Best RPG The Witcher 3 is currently regarded as one of the best RPGs of this generation. But to see it named among the Game of the Year nominations one year later, we were surprised. Even read more
Here’s Lyumos as The Witcher 3’s Keira Metz, with one of the most elaborate cosplays from the game I’ve seen yet. And I’ve seen a lot. Advertisement I mean, the shot above lets you see how much work had to go into it, but some of the detail shots below show you just how much work. This is a very cool/ridiculous outfit in the game, with all those weird folds and belts and wraps going on, but she’s brought the whole thing to life just perfectly. Photos by Kira. READ FULL STORY AT KOTAKU!
I’ve always thought of Geralt of Rivia as a big ol’ cat. I know they call him The White Wolf, but come on: the guy is a cat. So it’s been bumming me out that after a recent patch to the game, all the cats in the Northern Realms seem to hate the guy even more than they already did. Check out what happens when I go by the Inn of the Seven Cats: So much hissing! Jeez. I have unfortunately deleted a lot of my archived Witcher 3 footage, but I feel pretty confident that it didn’t used to be that bad. I’m not the only one who noticed—this summer, several threads cropped up with other players asking why the cats so consistently hiss at our favorite Witcher these days. The cats’ hatred is accurate from a lore standpoint—characters in the Witcher books have noted feline distaste for Witchers, for instance. Many players have also wondered and theorized about why Geralt keeps running into a particular cat—Nibbles, seen in the videothumb above. I’m not sure I’d necessarily call the change in cat behavior a “bug,” though the consistency with which the cats do the same reared hissing animation does…
Now available on PC, with a PlayStation 4 and Xbox One release happening “soon,” The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt update 1.31 is a hotfix that addresses some text problems, loading issues, and more. Here’s the full list of patch notes: Corrects Arabic text in the expansions. Corrects Turkish text. Repairs holes in Vimme Vivaldi’s new clothes. Fixes long loading times in dialogues in the vicinity of Hierarch Square. Fixes infinite loading screen occurring during the “Pyres of Novigrad” quest when following the thief. Corrects credits. (Origin) Fixes NPC lipsync issues. With all of The Witcher 3’s expansions released, developer CD Projekt Red is currently focusing on Gwent: The Witcher Card Game and Cyberpunk 2077. [Source: The Witcher, Marcin Momot] READ FULL STORY AT PLAYSTATIONLIFESTYLE!