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Reviews of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt - Game of the Year Edition
By Talion74, January 20th, 12:51
Best Game Ever
For me it's the best game i've ever played. Best story. Best graphics. The 2 expansions give a lot of extra content. For me it's the best game i've ever played. Best story. Best graphics. The 2 expansions give a lot of extra content.
By llostt, January 18th, 10:10
Amazing game. Once you get inside, you just can't stop playing. One of the best, no, the best open world RPG I've played so far. And one more word about DLC's, that's how you should make them, they're like a separate great game.
By qwertyu55, January 16th, 02:56
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is an action role-playing game with a third-person perspective. Players control Geralt of Rivia, a monster hunter known as a Witcher. Geralt walks, runs, rolls and dodges, and (for the first time in the series) jumps, climbs and swims. He has a variety of weapons, including bombs, a crossbow and two swords (one steel and one silver). The steel sword is used primarily to kill humans while the silver sword is more effective against creatures and monsters. Players can draw out, switch and sheathe their swords at will. There are two modes of melee attack; light attacks are fast but weak, and heavy attacks are slow and strong. Players can block and counter enemy attacks with their swords. Swords have limited endurance and require regular repair. In addition to physical attacks, Geralt has five magical signs at his disposal: Aard, Axii, Igni, Yrden and Quen. Aard prompts Geralt to unleash a telekinetic blast, Axii confuses enemies, Igni burns them, Yrden slows them down and Quen offers players a temporary, protective shield. The signs use stamina, and cannot be used indefinitely. Players can use mutagens to increase Geralt's magic power. They lose health when they are attacked by enemies, although wearing armour can help reduce health loss. Health can be restored with meditation or consumables, such as food and potions. Players control Ciri, Geralt's adoptive daughter who can teleport short distances, in certain parts of the game
By Casper, December 26th 2017, 23:31
Witcher 3 - all DLCs
The Witcher has been an absolute joy to play. Over the last few years I have poured hundreds of hours into this deep and complex universe. I have played through the game multiple times on varying difficulties and in my opinion it's a masterpiece. Wether you enjoy the challenge of playing on broken bones and getting the shit kicked out of you repeatedly, or prefer and easier difficulty to blast through hoards of monsters it's all there for you.
The thing that makes this game so damn is the incredible story, this is one of the few RPGs left where you feel that your choices have an impact on the world you explore. These choices are never clearly right or wrong, but explore the moral grey area, showing that nothing is black and white. The combat is okay, and the controls are a bit clunky at times, especially in small areas and rooms or when driving around on your trusty roach.
All in all this game was definitely worth it for me, it's the best game I have ever played and it's clear that CD projekt red is all about good gameplay for a reasonable price, they are one of the only ones in the industry left with this killer attitude.
By lolzking, November 29th 2017, 00:14
I have only played for a few hours but this game is a blast and I'm luving it!!! Story and gameplay are simply amazing, lore is waaaaay too large (and i like it that way) and the battles are not too challenging yet not easy either (at least on moderate difficulty). I don't believe there is anyone who I wouldn't recommend this game towards.
By B1ameMeNot, October 30th 2017, 18:58
An epic ending of truly great line of games in Witcher universe
Game is just an astounding piece of work - sounds simply but it is a plain fact.
Lovers of Andjey Sapkowski novels and stories will find here a breathtaking saga end that will fit perfectly in the universe created in the books.
Fans of two previous Witcher titles will see a leaping evolution of the ideas and concepts that took their hearts in previous games.
Newcomers will be comfortable in the way the story is presented to them so they won't need to go back and play previous Witcher games.
The enormous open world with masterpiece quests or narratives here and there are surely will be enough to entertain player for hundreds of hours.
The game has rather high system requirements in order to support its wide assets array. So if your system won't fit, you have a perfect opportunity to check out Snoost's service to see if it helps you to play it on high settings and not be obliged to invest a lot into PC upgrade - just as was my case.