CD Projekt RED’s next Witcher game is going to be a time sink.
Senior Game Designer Damien Monnier revealed on Twitter that the Witcher 3: Wild Hunt will take players over 200 hours to finish if they “do everything”.
The confirmation is unsurprising. Back in January, CD Projekt RED told us that it wanted to make an “open-world where there there were no boundaries. Where our artists could do whatever they wanted.” It’s also in step with the rumour that The Witcher 3 has a 50 GB install on PS4.
http://ift.tt/eA8V8J A new, feature-rich way to watch a match of Evolve.
http://ift.tt/eA8V8J Jon Ryan and Eric Sapp encounter an unknown enemy in Bloodborne’s cathedral ward.
We’re at the start of a new month, meaning some more free games are coming your way via Microsoft and Sony’s membership programs and generous DLC handouts for the Nintendo 3DS. But before we get into everything, make sure to pick up the following Xbox Live Gold games, as they’ll be unavailable as of April 1:
Today, March 31 is also the last day you’ll be able to register for a Mewtwo DLC code for Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and 3DS. The codes are expected to be sent out sometime in Q2 2015.
With the imminent launch of powerhouses like GTA 5 for PC and The Witcher 3, this spring provides all the excuses you need to build a new system. A PC isn’t a must-have to enjoy games like these—but when you choose to play on one, you get some benefits unavailable on consoles, like deeply discounted sales on stores like Steam and GoG.com, free mods, fast loading times, and prettier graphics at higher framerates.
YouTube is probably one of the most-used applications on the iOS platform because videos are awesome, but YouTube lacks a feature out of the box that many users want: video downloading. There are also a lot of other pet peeves that users want to fix for their YouTube experience, such as ad-blocking, no age restrictions, background playback for music, and the ability to stream HD on cellular networks among other things.
A new jailbreak tweak called Cercube by iOS developer Majd Alfhaily is now available in Cydia that brings all of these highly-demanded features to the YouTube application for iOS.
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http://ift.tt/eA8V8J The Tech Fetish podcast crew discusses the speculation about the Nintendo NX’s pricing and the console’s subsequent place in the market.