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An early look at The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

CD Projekt RED has released its first batch of screenshots for the recently revealed "The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt."

The previous games have been pretty fantastic, so I'm very hopeful they'll follow through on their promises that this game will be much bigger in scope.

A glimpse at 'Star Trek: The Video Game'

It won't be long before "Star Trek: The Video Game" hits store shelves — April 23, to be exact — so Paramount Pictures has released a bunch of screenshots in anticipation.

"Crysis 3's" weak story hamstrings strong game-play

Perhaps you've seen the commercial: An armored figure struts fearlessly through battle in a wooded glade, blasting away a pack of soldiers with a shotgun, smiting a military helicopter with a bow and arrow, leaping ferociously into a melee with vicious aliens — seemingly without a care in the world — as ZZ Top's "Sharp-Dressed Man" thunders in the background.

Sony's PS4 reveal a lot of 'tell,' not much 'show'

As expected, Sony Computer Entertainment formally announced the PlayStation 4 on Wednesday night.

Yes, the new console’s name was predictable, but why waste brand recognition?

Dragonborn DLC now available for PS3

Here's some hits from the variety of gaming news in my inbox:

DLC confirmed

First up, Bethesda Softworks has finally released the PlayStation 3 version of the Dragonborn expansion for "Skyrim."

And it's 50 percent off ($9.99) during launch week.

PVR your ticket to gaming exhibitionism on web

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Dark Souls II announced

Namco Bandai Games America revealed Friday night that "Dark Souls II" is currently in development at FromSoftware in Tokyo, Japan. While a release date hasn't been set, the developer is indicating it will be available for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC.

Color me skeptical about WatchDogs

Early E3 buzz makes it seem that Ubisoft's "WatchDogs" will be the breakout surprise of this year's show.

If you watch the game-play demo at the official website, http://watchdogs.ubi.com/watchdogsgame/en-GB/home/, you'll probably agree.

Urbana woman delights in creating children's games; 2 win national acclaim

URBANA — It's not all fun and games for Gina Manola — even though they make up a large part of her work.

The Urbana woman has developed six children's games — three already on the market and three more to be introduced this summer.

Open beta for TERA takes place this weekend

Interested in joining a short public beta for upcoming action MMO "TERA"?

Well, I've got the information you want below.

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