Netflix continues to develop a steady stream of content for its ubiquitous streaming service and the company’s latest project is one of special interest to gamers. Continue reading The Witcher Headed to Netflix as TV Series
With hundreds of Funko Pop figures showcased during the New York Toy Fair this year, a sizable amount of them were from video game franchises. From Overwatch, to Doom, and even Mass Effect: Andromeda – here are 55 figures in all their funko-fied glory!
Earlier today, Sony announced that there will be a new update coming to PlayStation 4. As of now, selected members will get a way to try out the new beta of software update patch 4.50. This new patch will have several new features and some requested features.
Prime 1 Studio is at it again, this time with a frightfully accurate statue based on an imposing villain from The Witcher III: Wild Hunt. Continue reading Deadly New ‘The Witcher III’ Statue Unveiled
New information about CD Projekt Red’s highly anticipated RPG Cyberpunk 2077 has trickled out. In a list of projects submitted to the GameINN program, a Poland-based program that offers grants for development, CDPR noted some salient details about Cyberpunk. Continue reading Cyberpunk 2077 has seamless multiplayer, “huge living city”
As if its Batman: Arkham Knight collectibles (seen here and here) weren’t enough, Prime 1 Studio is tackling another AAA video game and giving it a resin statue tribute: The Witcher III: Wild Hunt. Continue reading The Witcher III: Wild Hunt Statues You May Never Own
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is set to receive a new patch tomorrow to coincide with the release of the game of the year edition. The update will come preloaded with the GOTY edition, and will be available to download for free for everyone else.
It appears Amazon has once again spilled the beans on another release date. This time its CD Projekt Red’s The Witcher 3: Complete Edition. Continue reading The Witcher 3: Complete Edition set to release August 30th
I want to be, the very best. Like no one ever was. To catch them is my real test, to train them is my cause.
These words bring a flood of intense nostalgia for a host of twenty-somethings that had their childhoods shaped by Nintendo’s iconic Pokémon franchise. They are trigger words that transform us into excited children inspired by the adventure and friendship that beckons us into the greater world. 20 years after many of us first experienced the wonderful Pokémon Red and Blue, that promise has finally been fulfilled.