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CD Projekt Red Posts Mid-Year Results

CDPR, developer of The Witcher 3 and upcoming Gwent stand-alone game, have announced their mid-year results and they are impressive indeed.  Second quarter revenue surpassed $80 million and since the start of the year, their stock price has risen by 67%.  76 more words

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Whoa, Roach!

Geralt’s faithful companion. She always appears from unexpected places.

Artwork by Anna Podedworna for the game GWENT by CD PROJEKT RED.

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Gwent Closed Beta Delayed

Despite early promises of a September beta, it now seems that the Gwent closed beta has been pushed back to October. A spokesperson for CD Projekt RED simply stated that they needed more time to prepare the beta, and that it would be the first impression of the game so they wanted further development. 87 more words

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Aber secure five new signings

Aberystwyth Town have today confirmed five new signings as their new management team shape their squad for the new Welsh Premier League campaign.

The Green and Black confirmed the signings of Kurtis March, Ryan Wollacott and Dominic Richards after announcing Carl Lamb and Josh Bull earlier in the day. 205 more words

Welsh Premier League

Cross-Platform Play: Will it change the way we look at and buy consoles?

Since the rise in popularity and accessibility of online gaming and game modes, the
multiplayer experience and the large absence of cross-platform play have become massive determining factors in the average gamer’s decision to invest in a particular platform or video game title. 1,251 more words

Gaming

Back on the Path

Witcher 3 – Hearts of Stone DLC

Tea: Mango Green Tea

While I am well aware that the first Witcher DLC Hearts of Stone has been out for quite some time and the second one has already rolled out as well, I took a long time to finish the main campaign plus a lot of the side missions. 1,126 more words

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Newport City reverse decision to withdraw from the league


Newport City have today announced that they are to continue on running as a football club.

Just days after Newport City (formerly Llanwern AFC) wrote to the Welsh League and Football Association of Wales announcing that they were withdrawing from the league, the club have gone back on that decision after some consultation between individuals and playing staff. 113 more words

South Wales