“Great game imo, it's old but who cares?
The levels and game are very addictive as well as very challenging.
Not bad but not good, either.” read more
17 hours, 24 minutes ago
“I might be hated, but the game is very, very boring compared to other games I have played.
The "yummy" and other crap noises are also annoying
Two words: BAD GAME.” read more
17 hours, 26 minutes ago
18 hours, 31 minutes ago
Also On: PC, Xbox One | Year: 2015
Thera a lot of praises for this game, it won numerous game of the year awards and deservingly so, and although I think it's fantastic game it bored me a little, and it was a chore finishing it, for me.
The world is fantastic, it's beautiful, large and with many variations, the creatures are well designed and cool. Characters are great, it was a pleasure being in Geralt's shoes, and there are some powerful and cool women in the game, like Yennefer of Vengerberg, Triss Merigold and of course Ciri, they have graet names too.
But the problem is that the game overwhelmed me with side quest's, there was no way I could finish even half of them, and when I decided to do only main quest those weren't that interesting. Playing only main quests I feel like I lost my freedom, and that's really important for me in RPG, because they show you were to go and what to do, and Geralt have witcher senses so it's even more easier to find something. And that's problem with almost all modern roll playing games.
Also I stopped playing The Witcher III, because I started Fallout 4 and Destiny so it was hard to come back to. I must say even when I was little bored, there were some cool scenes and boss fights. There are some little bugs, and framerate drops, but they are not game breaking, and there are less bugs than in Fallout 4, and it's understandable because the game is HUGE. You'll maybe think that I hate the game, but I don't, I love it, but I just didn't enjoyed as much as majority of gamers, and I must commend CD PROJEKT RED for this great game.
1 day, 4 hours ago