You'll be Novigrad you listened.
"We were worried there wasn't enough content!"
The Witcher! Darkest Dungeon! They Are Billions!
A new series celebrating the little things that make games great.
Meanwhile, Bioshock: The Collection is the deal of the week.
Rumours suggest it's happening, but if true, the technical challenges are immense.
Useless to think you'll park and capture it more thoroughly.
Tripping meatballs from Mario to Cyberpunk.
"Every game you buy which includes DRM is, in a way, inferior."
Starring Witcher 3, Firewatch and Dishonored 2.
The sword cuts many ways.
HDR support added and performance upgraded, but 4K visuals take a hit.
A Song of Towers and Battlements.
"This is pretty posh for a bunch of guys working in a broom closet."
CD Projekt Red confirms.
Does he really hate games?
In praise of video game rest.
How a Bournemouth lecturer became Geralt of Rivia.
World of war craft.
On the fantasy authors and ideas about sorcery game designers could learn from.
New expansion compared on PS4, Xbox One and PC.
Digital Foundry on Blood and Wine's impressive new area.
Own a vineyard! Mutate! Talk to Roach!
I saw the Sign.
This Christmas, I give you my heart.
But Xbox One takes a hit.
Details and impressions of Geralt's new adventures.
As the Game of the Year Edition arrives, we take a look back.
UPDATE: Disabling post-processing improves PS4 frame-rates still further, video analysis added.
Valuable gameplay features added, but performance takes a hit on consoles.
Xbox One and PlayStation 4 re-tested with update 1.03.
It's this week's Eurogamer Show.
Digital Foundry benchmarks high-end GPUs from both manufacturers.
PS4 and Xbox One tested head-to-head, with some very mixed results.
"We don't feel good about it."
UPDATED: Initial impressions of update 1.01 on PS4 added ahead of full performance analysis.
Polish to perfection.
A Rivia runs through it.
Digital Foundry on CDPR's stunning new engine, and its plans to treat PC and console owners equally.
Made in Poland but not by CD Projekt Red.
Your top 10 choices for the year ahead.
Titanfall! Destiny! The Witcher 3! The Last Guardian (hopefully)!
That and loads, loads more.
How the studio behind The Witcher went from a Polish car park to open world glory.
Phil Spencer on the Xbox One launch lineup, Japan and more.
The new antagonists aren't the only Wild Hunt in this impressive role-player.
Ubisoft and more on connected freedom.
FeatureThe Witcher 3: The Skyrim debate, the game on PS4, nuggets of clarification and a whiff of multiplayer
"It's just words right now; we need to prove it."