Weekly Recap: Witcher 3 Sex Glitch, Wii Burns House Down, Tomb Raider Xbox One Exclusive

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THE BIG STUFF:

Witcher 3 Sex Glitch Is Totally Bizarre: A newly discovered Witcher 3 glitch shows off a side of Geralt we've never seen before. Check out the video here to watch the funny--and very much NSFW--glitch.

Man Says Wii Burned His House Down: Fire investigators in Colorado Springs think that a Wii console is the likely cause of a fire inside a RV home this week, local media reported.

Yes, Rise of the Tomb Raider Is Still an Xbox Timed Exclusive: After an Xbox social media channel suggested that Rise of the Tomb Raider had become a full Xbox exclusive instead of just a timed exclusive, Phil Spencer spoke out to assure fans nothing had changed.

THE OTHER STUFF:

A massive Star Citizen leak has provided a window into the PC space sim's future. New ships and lots more have been revealed. Get all the details here.

A Tinder for video games? That's basically the concept for LovelUp, a newly launched dating service focused around video games. 2,200 people have signed up for the beta so far. The service was created by Raymond Walintukan, who previously worked at Linksys/Cisco. Get all the details about LovelUp here.

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt has a lot of sex scenes. Here's a roundup from Kotaku that includes every steamy scene found so far. Be warned, the videos featured here are extremely not safe for work.

Someone at CD Projekt Red definitely likes Doctor Who. Check out this excellent easter egg for the TV franchise's famous Weeping Angel enemies. Watch the video here.

Remember that epic train heist in Breaking Bad? Someone remade it in Grand Theft Auto V. Bravo.

Assault Android Cactus is not the name of a new hipster band. No, it's a new arcade-style twin-stick shooter from Australian developer Witch Beam. It launches later this summer for PS4, PC, Wii U, and PS Vita. Read more about it here.

The New Nintendo 3DS will soon be available in a new color, at least if you live in Japan. The new color is Pearl White, and it goes on sale in June. No word yet on whether or not it will come to the US or Europe. We can hope.

Will you be able to stream Halo to your mobile device someday? Maybe. Microsoft announced this week that it's been working with researchers from Duke University to improve game streaming--and has seen some excellent results so far.

As it turns out, Minecraft has quite a few easter eggs. Check out this video from Curse and Direwolf20 that goes over some of the best hidden easter eggs the game has to offer.

The Dictionary, yes the Dictionary, added around 1,700 new words this week. Included are words like clickbait, WTF, and NSFW. What a world we live in.

Splash Damage's online PC shooter Dirty Bomb is entering open beta on Tuesday, June 2, the developer announced this week. Watch a new video here.

A new Skylanders game is coming this year from Activision, but what will it be called and what new features/improvements will it introduce to the toys-to-life franchise? Activision isn't saying, but reports suggest the game is called Skylanders Superchargers. And, interestingly, it will reportedly include vehicles.

The Shawshank Redemption was an excellent movie. As it turns out, it could have also made a great 8-bit, point-and-click game, as this video demonstrates. Check it out.

Have an extra $650 burning a hole in your pocket? Here's something to spend it on. Bethesda has revealed a 1:1 bust of Dragonborn from Skyrim. Check it out here. Only 600 will be made, so if you're interested, send in your deposit now.

Want to upload videos of yourself playing The Witcher 3 and not get in trouble? Better stick to the guidelines. Thankfully, CD Projekt Red this week published an overview of its guidelines as it relates to streaming The Witcher 3. Check it out here.

In other Witcher 3 news, the game has been localized into 15 different languages, 7 of them include full voicecovers and the other eight have subtitles. That's incredible. Now, the Polish studio has released a lovely trailer in multiple languages. Watch it below.

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Wired magazine has a great new interview with Duncan Jones, the director of the upcoming Warcraft movie from Legendary Entertainment and Blizzard. Among other interesting facts is how the movie's Orcs were inspired by The Hulk. Read the full interview here.

Another high-profile developer, The Walking Dead studio Telltale Games, has joined GOG's DRM-free movement. The studio's Game of Thrones games are now available through GOG, and more are on the way. Check out the full blog post here.

Oculus VR, owned by Facebook, reached into its wallet this week and bought computer vision company Surreal Vision. Terms of the deal were not disclosed, but here's what Surreal Vision had to say about the deal. "Ultimately, these types of technologies will lead to VR and AR systems that can be used in any condition, day or night, indoors or outdoors. They will open the door to true telepresence, where people can visit anyone, anywhere."

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