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    Default Reviews - The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt - Blood and Wine's

    The reviews are now rolling in for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt - Blood and Wine's. It looks to be scoring very well.

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    Only 6 more days to go :-D

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    The game that keeps on giving.

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    Quote Originally Posted by krYtHan View Post
    The game that keeps on giving.
    Wish more game companies where like this

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    They are definitely the main ones carrying the "No DRM" banner in the industry. Even though they did have DRM in the first 2 games, I think that ditching it has done a lot of good for them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by krYtHan View Post
    They are definitely the main ones carrying the "No DRM" banner in the industry. Even though they did have DRM in the first 2 games, I think that ditching it has done a lot of good for them.
    Now we just need other's to follow their example :-)

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