Single Player Games for Over 100 Hours
editorial08 July 2020
The longer, the better? If you think so, we've prepared a list of some single player games that will engage you for many hours.
Not Just Story – The Best Mini-Games
editorial14 June 2020
What do The Witcher 3, GTA and Mortal Kombat have in common? Perhaps curiously, playing big games usually implies playing smaller ones, and some of the mini-games are truly exquisite. Here's our selection of the best ones.
Obscure Witcher Games No One Heard About
editorial26 May 2020
A side-scroller, a League of Legends-style MOBA, a browser-based battle game – the story of the digital Witcher encompasses much more titles than we usually think, many of them forgotten despite the great success of the Wild Hunt.
95% Chances of Success and I Missed?! Game Mechanics We Hate
editorial03 April 2020
Yes, we love games. But there are times when the only sensible reaction seems... throwing the keyboard out the window. Some of the mechanics have been under the players' skin, and today, we're exposing them all.
Valentine's Day Special – 13 Video Game Hotties We'd Take for a Date
editorial14 February 2020
It's Valentine's Day. Shops are full of chocolate hearts, teddy bears, and flowers. Anyway, what plans do you have for tonight? Playing video games...? Wait. Oh, no! Today is the time for a date!
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?
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
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
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?
No Money? No Problem! Alzur's Legacy – the Ambitious, Independent Witcher Movie
editorial01 October 2019
In two months' time, an independent, full-length fantasy film will debut online. Big deal? Indeed, because it will be based on Sapkowski's prose. We met the creators and talked about this extraordinary production, created not with money, but passion.
Playing The Witcher 3 on a Cheap PC with an Integrated GPU
editorial04 September 2019
In our quest to build the cheapest gaming rig possible, we pushed ourselves to the extreme, checking how it would work without a dedicated graphics card. So, is the RX Vega – the GPU integrated with Ryzen 5 – powerful enough?
Why open world games suck at telling a story?
editorial10 October 2018
A great map, a slew of activities, and unlimited freedom usually come at the price of a forgettable, pretext storyline. Is that always the case? And does it have to be like that?
Stories are not dead – do we really want battle royale or single player campaigns?
editorial04 May 2018
The publishers are trying to convince us that the future of video games is immortalizing them as online services. In the meantime, closed, linear, singleplayer stories have been thriving. As always, should I add?
50 Shades of Geralt - if The Witcher was made by different developers
editorial01 April 2018
Have you ever wondered what would have happened if The Witcher wasn’t developed by CD Projekt RED, but someone else? Nope? Well, we have, and we know exactly what would be the outcome. Here’s a collection of The Witchers from alternate realities!
Fonts in console games are definitely too small!
editorial06 March 2018
Although we play on bigger and bigger screens and wireless gamepads work even from a distance of a dozen meters, we still have to sit with our noses in TVs in order to be able to enjoy the latest titles comfortably.
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?
Top 15 mods that make great games even better
editorial01 September 2017
There’s a lot of mods out there, probably as many as there’s games on Steam. It’s a bliss, but it also means it’s quite easy to overlook some really interesting projects. That’s why we’ve come up with a list of 15 best mods for great games.
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?
Polish Witcher Trivia #9 – Beggars in Novigrad quote a Polish comedy
editorial20 July 2017
It's time to kick off the penultimate episode of our Polish Witcher Trivia. Today it's all about women, trust, Polish comedies and losing a hand. Sounds interesting?
The Witcher as Diablo-clone? Hands-on with 2003 prototype of the first Witcher game
editorial15 July 2017
Here’s a chance we don’t get often. Thanks to Sebastian Zielinski we played the 15-year-old demo of The Witcher game by CD Projekt RED that… had nothing in common with the RPG title eventually released in 2007. Would this game become a hit as well?