Upgrading an eight-year-old game to run well on next generation hardware is a tricky job, but The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is so beloved that developer CD Projekt RED decided to make it happen, and to do it for free. Now, everything is new again, and there is every reason for veteran and new players to grab their Witcher swords and start swinging.
CD PROJEKT RED announces the launch of the next-gen version of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt – Complete Edition, now available as a digital download on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, Steam, GOG, and the Epic Games Store. Harnessing the power of next-gen hardware, the updated version of CD PROJEKT RED’s trilogy-concluding role-playing epic comes as a free download for owners of the original release of the game, featuring a wide variety of visual and performance improvements. These include real-time ray tracing for PC, Performance and Ray Tracing modes on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X, and Performance and Quality … Continue reading The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Free NextGen Upgrade Released →
The combat crew of Mortal Kombat 11 is getting a new member as John Rambo enters the fight! Check out our full Mortal Kombat 11 review! Publishers: WB Games Developers: NetherRealm Studios, QLOC, Shiver Platforms: PC, PlayStation 4, Steam, Xbox One
With E3 over, we mark the passing of the halfway point for 2019. And that means it’s time for Todd to evaluate the best, and the worst, games of the year so far. There is a still a lot of time left, and a huge holiday season, but these games are the front runners for the best and worst the year has offered.
The amount of gory details and hardcore fighting inside Mortal Kombat 11 is insane. And it’s got a deep story mode, a krypt diving adventure area and plenty of brutal one versus one combat. If you thought that Mortal Kombat 10 was amazing, then this new game is your combat masterpiece.
Middle Earth: Shadow of War picks up where Shadow of Mordor left off, yet offers a bevy of improvements in everything from graphics to gameplay. Even the much-loved nemesis system is vastly improved, allowing full control over your own Uruk armies.
Recently, mainstream news outlets have started to claim that single player gameplay in videogames is dead. Nothing could be farther from the truth. Single player games are not dead, and never will be. And there is a slew of new single player content to prove it.
Although plagued by problems on the PC, Batman: Arkham Knight is really rocking consoles. With its open world type gameplay, amazing visuals, cool bat gadgets and a compelling story, this is one romp through the city you don’t want to miss.
Covering all four Jurassic films, LEGO Jurassic World lets players control most of the characters from the movies as well as the dinosaurs in classic LEGO-based block building and smashing action.
The heart and soul of a classic fighting game is back again with Mortal Kombat X. As a fighter, MKX is one of the best, with hardcore action, gorgeous graphics and of course, those ever so amazing fatality moves.