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GWENT Novigrad - Review

05 / 07 / 19 update: With the 3.0.1 version the most used and most problematic cards have been rewritten to bring them back in line with the power level of the other factions. The bugs mentioned in ... have also been fixed.
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Free is nice - The Witcher

I don't think it's the first time that the first chapter of The Witcher has been offered for free on the net, but who are we to not spread the word? The first The Witcher ...

GWENT Crimson Curse - Review

Four long years have passed since GWENT debuted as a minigame in the critically acclaimed The Witcher 3 Wild Hunt, and after pressing requests from fans in love it became a full-fledged CCG.

Gwent: Crimson Curse is the first announced expansion

Anyone who has played The Witcher 3 cannot help but know the Gwent, the card game that could be enjoyed between each mission in every city and inn. CD Projekt ...

Thronebreaker is selling less than expected

Thronebreaker, Gwent's recently released single player expansion, is not selling what CD Projekt Red developer was hoping for and part of the problem may lie in the store chosen for publication. The expansion, which builds a ...
Thronebreaker

Here is 37 minutes of gameplay of Thronebreaker

Thronebreaker has come a long way since it was simply thought of as the single player campaign of GWENT, the video game by CD Projekt Red that reproduces the most popular card game in the setting of The ...

Gwent, the spin off of The Witcher III, will soon have a spin off called Thronebreaker

Today, during the discussion on financial results, CD Projekt Red announced that Gwent's single player campaign will turn into a separate game called Thronebreaker: The Witcher Tales. The Witcher 3 is ...

Free is nice: GWENT Card Keg & The Witcher

Hands up who doesn't know The Witcher. Well, those who raised it can also go out and change sites. For the remaining part (which I hope is the 99,9% of those who read us), today we have ...

Nintendo Download: Feeling Super Hot!

REDMOND, Wash .-- (BUSINESS WIRE) - This week's Nintendo Download includes the following featured content: Nintendo eShop on Nintendo SwitchSUPERHOT - Blurring the lines between strategy and unbridled ...

Razer Announces First Half 2019 Results

REVENUES GREW 30.3% TO A RECORD HIGH OF US $ 357.2 MILLIONSERVICES BUSINESS SAW REMARKABLE GROWTH OF 110.5% TO US $ 35.7 MILLIONNET LOSS POSITION NARROWED TO US $ 47.7 ...

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