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The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt - Blood and Wine DLC Box Art Revealed

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt - Blood and Wine DLC Box Art Revealed Just like Hearts of Stone, Blood and Wine will also get a retail release, and the folks at CD Projekt RED have revealed it on Twitter.The reveal came right after the box art was leaked by an online store, though it's possible the marketing department at the Polish studio is planning to ramp up the marketing for this elusive but supposedly sizable expansion for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt.

Make alternate future America great again

Make alternate future America great again These two disparate facts have one particular thing in common: five years ago, they seemed as unlikely as the original Homefront's premise of a successful North Korean invasion of US soil.Trump's path to presidential candidate is well-chronicled, but Homefront's was no less winding.

Microsoft vetoed a black woman on cover for Fable II

Microsoft vetoed a black woman on cover for Fable II One of the selling points for Fable II was greater character customization.And I was like, yes, I do, because it's about be whatever hero you want.

Minecraft videos based on Super Mario DLC hit with copyright claims

Minecraft videos based on Super Mario DLC hit with copyright claims The tense relationship between Nintendo and YouTubers wishing to create videos based on its games stretches all the way back to May 2013.According to a tweet spotted by Kotaku, the YouTube community had been informed by 4J Studios that Nintendo's policies would not apple to the new content.

Cream of the riding crop

But there was a bit of a worrying trend; with horse racing's busiest season and the Triple Crown just a couple weeks away, the app was actually losing ground.A lot of research went into identifying the demographics of horse racing fans in each territory and doubling down on countries where horse racing is popular and cost-per-installs were low.

Rocket League hit $110m in revenue by giving away content for free

Now, those figures stand at $110 million in revenue and 5 million unit sales - a 57% and 25% increase respectively.According to Forbes, more than 15 million people have played Rocket League between its launch in July 2015 and now.

Sony, Microsoft share honours for E3 coverage

This year, both Sony and Microsoft received more coverage than the year prior, although Nintendo unsurprisingly slipped a little.According to ICO, 21,423 articles were written about Sony, 19,642 about Microsoft and just 5,650 about Nintendo.

Warcraft, Angry Birds movies cashing in

This was supposed to be the year that game-based movies came into their own, with a raft of big-budget offerings like Angry Birds, Warcraft, and Assassin's Creed poised to shatter the stigma surrounding such films.But then Angry Birds received apathetic reviews, and Warcraft's write-ups were even worse.

From announcement to launch in mere months

From announcement to launch in mere months Later this summer, Blue Isle Studios will launch Valley, a story-driven first-person game it has spent the last three years developing.So we recently spoke with Alex Tintor, managing director of the Toronto-based nine-person studio, to find out exactly why Blue Isle settled on its release strategy.

Nvidia aims to give indies more exposure

Nvidia aims to give indies more exposure PC graphics chip firm Nvidia is looking to give the independent developer community a little bit of extra love.Today the company announced its new Indie Spotlight Program, which it hopes will aid indies with marketing and discoverability of their games.

Microsoft highlights how one attorney uses his Surface Pro 4 to practice both law and art

Microsoft highlights how one attorney uses his Surface Pro 4 to practice both law and art Take, for instance, attorney Doug Passon who uses his Surface Pro 4 help power his many creative, productive outlets.The folks over at Surface Product management are reaching out and highlighting real-life Surface users and came across Passon and his multi-faceted lifestyle being powered by a Surface.

Grumpy tech guy: Google marketing

Grumpy tech guy: Google marketing The culprits this time are Google; they’ve removed the Google Cast name, swapping it back to the original Chromecast one they started with.And, If confusing lots of people wasn’t already enough, Google’s marketing team got their crayola’s out again and renamed the Google Cast app into the Google Home app.