Day: July 19, 2019

The Witcher Series Showrunner Confirms They Did Not Adapt From The Video Games
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The Witcher Series Showrunner Confirms They Did Not Adapt From The Video Games

The Witcher series may be best known for the trilogy of video games developed under CD Projekt Red. This development studio sought out the adaptation from a collection of stories written by Andrzej Sapkowski, who has been creating a series of novels that lasted from 1993 to 2013. Now that the video game trilogy has come to an end, a new adaptation is in the works. You likely have already heard, but in case you haven’t, Netflix will soon have a live-action series. read more

Fan Uploads John Wick NES Game For Free
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Fan Uploads John Wick NES Game For Free

John Wick recently had its third installment release on the big screen and you may have seen an NES style version of the film series upload online about a month ago. This video showed off what a John Wick style game might have looked like back in the 1980s and now, we can enjoy the game fully thanks to a fan who delivered the goods on Itch.io. The video game is an action platformer and you can enjoy it right now for free, just as long as the game doesn’t end up getting a cease and desist order. read more

Microsoft is adding mod support for certain Windows Store games
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Microsoft is adding mod support for certain Windows Store games

While it’s fashionable to dump on the Epic Games Store for its lack of features and seeming indifference regarding users’ suffering, one other digital PC store client from a major publisher has been doing the ‘terrible user experience‘ thing for far longer – Microsoft, with the Windows Store. It’s an experience that’s so bad that Microsoft has been forced to put the Halo Master Chief Collection on Steam too, so people will actually buy it. read more

Check Out Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Gunfight Gameplay In 4K
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Check Out Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Gunfight Gameplay In 4K

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is the next installment to the franchise slated for release later this year. However, while the game is not a direct sequel to any past game, the developers over at Infinity Ward opted to make a reboot of the Modern Warfare series. Recently, the developers showed off the Gunfight game mode that focuses on a 2v2 battle. While we’ve already seen this game mode through a Twitch presentation, the developers have recently delivered a 4K gameplay footage which you can check out in full within the video embedded above. read more