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Mount & Blade: Bannerlord’s multiplayer “Captain Mode” looks amazing

If you’re a fan of strategy games or RPGs, you’ve probably heard of the Mount & Blade franchise at one point or another. What started as a small pet project by a husband/wife development team has grown to be one of the most popular RPG/Strategy sandbox titles out there, maintained and developed by dozens of people.In short, the Mount & Blade games …

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5 Epic Games To Look Forward To From E3 2017

E3 2017 is one of my favorite gaming conventions of all time – it’s right up there with the likes of PAX and Gamescom. However, unlike those conventions, E3 tends to have a massive presence from major companies like Microsoft, Sony, and more – and it also tends to feature more than just strictly video games, often branching out into technology in …

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First Impressions – Gwent: The Witcher Card Game (Closed Beta)

If you’re a fan of the Witcher 3, you might also have been a fan of the infamous minigame Gwent – a card game so unique and fun that many people felt it could have done pretty well as a standalone game. As it turns out, the developers thought so, too, because it actually has now been converted into a …

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Should More Games Have Mod Support?

Any PC gamer worth his (or her) salt will know how much value mods can add to games, and PC gaming in general. The question is, are they essential? Should high-profile titles (Such as The Witcher 3, the Elder Scrolls series, etc.) have mod support by default?Not necessarily. Obviously, hundreds (If not thousands, if we include indie titles) of PC …

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Revisiting The Witcher 3 – And Its DLC

One of the first articles I ever wrote on this blog was my personal review of the Witcher 3. At the time, I thought it was a masterpiece – easy 10/10 material, and a game with one of the most intriguing, well-written stories I’ve ever seen. But that was over a year ago now, and I only recently picked the game …

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How Much Money Do Twitch Streamers Make?

Streaming has become one of the most popular forms of entertainment out there, and there’s no bigger streaming platform than Twitch!There’s no denying the appeal of watching somebody else play games live. Not only do you get to see their reactions (Whether that means ultimate saltiness, joy, or something in between), but in many cases you can actually interact with …