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Well, we've got good news and bad news for folks who've long awaited the PC version ofBioShock 2's downloadable content. The good news? According to a few users on the game's official forum, the Protector Trials expansion was released on the Games for Windows Marketplace earlier this week for $5.75. The bad news? It ... um, doesn't work. Like, at all.

It seems like the PC version of the game needs to be patched before the DLC will become compatible. A 2K representative confirmed on the forums, "wait till my word before you go grab it - it's not ready yet."


[Joystiq]

 
 
A few frankly incredible-looking Witcher 2 screenshots have appeared online. The question is, does your PC have a hope of making the game look this good?

Witcher 2's not due for release until May 2011, but publisher Namco Bandai detailed the Premium and Collector's editions late last year.


[CVG]
 
 
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Previously exclusive to the Xbox 360, the Dead Money DLC for Fallout: New Vegas is now heading to PC (via D2D and Steam) and PS3. The content will be unleashed on February 22nd. Other add-on packs are also on the way in the coming months. Bethesda says it will release these packs simultaneously on Xbox 360, PC and PS3.


[GameNewsHQ]