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Best Mods for Witcher 3 – Prettier, Improved Wild Hunt
Best Mods for Witcher 3 – Prettier, Improved Wild Hunt

editorial17 January 2020

The Witcher 3 cannot compete with Gothic or the Elder Scrolls series in terms of the quantity and number of the available mods, but this does not mean that we are not able to make our encounters with the White Wolf more enjoyable with certain mods.

"I bought the Witcher 3... Four Times!" How is The Witcher 3 so Popular After Five Years?
"I bought the Witcher 3... Four Times!" How is The Witcher 3 so Popular After Five Years?

editorial13 January 2020

No expansion have been coming out, there's been only one patch in 15 months, modding community is barely active – and yet, the Witcher 3 is still on bestseller lists. Why does it still sell like hot cakes?

The Witcher from Netflix vs The Witcher 3 – We Compare Sapkowski's Adaptations
The Witcher from Netflix vs The Witcher 3 – We Compare Sapkowski's Adaptations

editorial07 January 2020

After the premiere of the Netflix Witcher we woke up in a world where we have two adaptations of Andrzej Sapkowski's books that have gained international fame and recognition. We try to compare them applying different criteria.

Who is Andrzej Sapkowski? The Best Quotes from the Ultimate Game Master
Who is Andrzej Sapkowski? The Best Quotes from the Ultimate Game Master

editorial03 December 2019

Andrzej Sapkowski likes to splash. He comes across as a self-righteous, arrogant megalomaniac – but is it right? Maybe he's actually a misunderstood bard? Or maybe both conclusions are true? Or none?

How The Witcher franchise mixes fantasy with modern world?
How The Witcher franchise mixes fantasy with modern world?

editorial03 March 2018

The universe of The Witcher may seem like your regular, almost generic, fantasy world – give it a second thought, though, and you’ll find this world to be quite unique. But how was this achieved?

Polish Witcher Trivia #10 - Borsodi heist has its roots in 1980s crime comedy
Polish Witcher Trivia #10 - Borsodi heist has its roots in 1980s crime comedy

editorial16 August 2017

The final part of the Polish Witcher Trivia brings you information about a pretty neat easter egg from Hearts of Stone expansion to The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. Polish crime comedy as an inspiration for a character - sounds cool?

Behind the scenes of The Witcher trilogy with CD Projekt RED
Behind the scenes of The Witcher trilogy with CD Projekt RED

editorial24 June 2017

Digital Dragons in Cracow gathered top Polish video game developers. We took this chance to talk with some members of CD Projekt Red (both their current and former employees) about the Witcher series and some behind-the-scenes mysteries.

Polish Witcher Trivia #7 – Borsodi Auction House has its roots in the newest Witcher book
Polish Witcher Trivia #7 – Borsodi Auction House has its roots in the newest Witcher book

editorial11 June 2017

The seventh installment of the Polish Witcher Trivia is here and this time around we go a little bit off the usual road. This is Polish-exclusive knowledge... only for the time being. Up until a certain translation into English happens.

Polish Witcher Trivia #5 – names of von Everec come from a historical family of monarchs
Polish Witcher Trivia #5 – names of von Everec come from a historical family of monarchs

editorial08 May 2017

This week in Polish Witcher Trivia: the names of von Everec brothers are actually a reference to a historical family of nobles that ruled Lithuania and the Kingdom of Poland in the Middle Ages.

Is Redania a witcher-image of Poland? Analysis of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt & original books
Is Redania a witcher-image of Poland? Analysis of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt & original books

editorial03 May 2017

Both Andrzej Sapkowski and CD Projekt RED were happy to fill the Witcher world with many references to our reality. So many things can be considered a reference that many believe Redania to be an allegory of Poland. Here’s our look at the matter.

Polish Witcher Trivia #3 – Alceas and their role in Poland's rural landscape
Polish Witcher Trivia #3 – Alceas and their role in Poland's rural landscape

editorial07 April 2017

It's high time we moved from literature to something else! Although you might not be too excited when I tell you that this week's topic touches upon gardening, it's worth reading on.

Polish Witcher Trivia #2 – Hearts of Stone and its plot built around a Polish legend
Polish Witcher Trivia #2 – Hearts of Stone and its plot built around a Polish legend

editorial24 March 2017

After last part's Bruniwch and its relation to Polish literature, this week we're taking a look at the plot of Hearts of Stone and how it is built around a classic Polish legend.

Polish Witcher Trivia #1 – Brunwich and its significance for Polish literature
Polish Witcher Trivia #1 – Brunwich and its significance for Polish literature

editorial10 March 2017

We're launching a series of articles under the name Polish Witcher Trivia. Throughout the series we'll present Easter eggs and references that only Poles may notice. The first one is a small village called Brunwich and how it relates to Polish literature.

Unfinished stories in The Witcher series – loose ends swept under the rug
Unfinished stories in The Witcher series – loose ends swept under the rug

editorial08 March 2017

Assuming it’s not just a pipedream, The Witcher 4 will surely not come into existence anytime soon. But why not indulge in reminiscing about the unresolved plot threads from the original trilogy?

Smash hit video games – how many of them did we actually finish?
Smash hit video games – how many of them did we actually finish?

editorial28 July 2016

Video games used to be longer – it’s a common complaint, and perhaps even true. But could we even handle longer productions seeing how we leave most of modern, seemingly shorter games, unfinished? Because apparently that’s what we do.

Blood, Wine and Grime – Interview with Marcin Przybylowicz, Witcher 3: Wild Hunt and Cyberpunk 2077 composer
Blood, Wine and Grime – Interview with Marcin Przybylowicz, Witcher 3: Wild Hunt and Cyberpunk 2077 composer

editorial23 February 2016

Blood and Wine, the second expansion to The Witcher 3, will be released within the next few months. We had a chance to interview Marcin Przybylowicz, composer for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt and Cyberpunk 2077.

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt deleted content - Where is Iorveth?!
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt deleted content - Where is Iorveth?!

editorial19 February 2016

The third Witcher abounds with plotlines, locations, and monsters which haven’t made it into the final version of the last year’s hit. Here, we’ve assembled the most interesting ideas missing from the game.

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The Best Video Games Releasing in September 2020
The Best Video Games Releasing in September 2020

editorial01 September 2020

The dry spell of the summer ends in September – we will see the debuts of many anticipayed hits such as Mafia: Definitive Edition, Marvel's Avengers or early access of Baldur's Gate 3.

Should We Believe the Leaks? We Analyze Which Rumors Checked Out
Should We Believe the Leaks? We Analyze Which Rumors Checked Out

editorial25 August 2020

"GTA 6 will be set in Texas" – the headline yells, and we wonder if we should believe it or not. We've been going through the leaks and rumors of recent years to see if they're worth believing.

Smash Hits Inbound! The Best Upcoming Games of 2020
Smash Hits Inbound! The Best Upcoming Games of 2020

editorial02 August 2020

The gaming world is beginning to wake up from the pandemic lethargy. The number of releases that will flood us starting from late summer is really impressive. Here are the most interesting games we're expecting in the last months of 2020.