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The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt will not suffer a visual downgrade

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Last week, Polish developer CD Projekt Red released a handfull of Witcher 3 screenshots that we’ve made available in this post. However these pretty pictures were the cause of some concern among fans: in thread on the popular gaming forum NeoGAF, fans expressed their doubts about the images and that their quality was “not as good as we’ve come to expect”. ...

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This War of Mine System Requirements revealed

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The craft of war-themed titles has reached a point where real life armed combat is depicted incredibly thorough and simulated to perfection in well-established armed assault shooters such as Call of Duty, Medal of Honor and the long list of titles behind them. 11 Bit Studios is bringing a new breed of war to our PCs, with their upcoming This ...

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Bugbear’s Next Car Game just got a new name: Wreckfest

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Bugbear Entertainment has announced yesterday on their official blog a fresh out of the developing studio Build #6 for their upcoming derby style demolition racing title: Next Car Game. Or should I say Wreckfest? The producers have come up with this new name for their “wreck happy racer” with the help of the game’s highly active community. Wreckfest will be ...

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Crusader Kings 2 free to play on Steam this weekend

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Paradox Interactive has announced that Crusader Kings 2 will be free to play this weekend on Steam to celebrate the game’s notable milestone of one million copies sold. Crusader Kings 2 is a grand strategy game with a story line that will take you back in the High and Late Middle Ages, featuring an incredible amount of gameplay detail. The ...

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Legend of Grimrock sold almost One Million in copies

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Almost Human, the developer of Legend of Grimrock series announced that their dungeon crawling title is rapidly approaching the milestone of one million copies sold. The first part of the series, Legend of Grimrock has already sold over 900.000 copies. Developers anticipate that they will surpass the one million mark later this year, after the release of their sequel, Legend ...

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Shadow of Mordor benchmarked on Nvidia GTX 670

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Game Debate has published a benchmark report of Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor on a decent gaming rig powered by a pretty capable Nvidia GTX 670 graphics card. As outlined in the article, the game shows an insatiable appetite for VRAM memory, and due to its incredibly high graphic requirements, Shadow of Mordor will need a 6GB graphics card to get ...

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The Division’s director wants players to play endlessly

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After getting some inside information on The Division’s graphic employment techniques earlier this week, now game director Ryan Barnard is sharing some details of his own on the upcoming title, in an interview with Gamespot. Present at the EB Expo 2014 which kicked off today in Sydney, Division’s lead man outlined some details regarding the game’s Social Hub, PvP Areas ...

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The Evil Within gets Minimum System Requirements list

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After revealing last week the recommended system requirements for The Evil Within, the fellas from Bethesda thought of sharing a specific minimum specs list for those who do not possess such a powerful rig. As those initial recommended specs took us aback, outlining CPU, VRAM and GPU requirements that would blow the roof off any gamer’s lair, this list of ...

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Insomniac Games hopes to turn Sunset Overdrive into a franchise

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New IPs are becoming more and more rare these days, but not completely unheard of fortunately. Insomniac Games is a developer that worked hard to create a refreshing new experience and they’re calling it Sunset Overdrive. The game is only due to launch next year, but Insomniac is already planning a bit for the future and CEO Ted Price admitted that he would ...

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