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Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

Witcher 3 is a fantasy game you dreamed about - meet hundreds of different supernatural creatures in a unique world, where humans live together with other races. Some of them are evil, some of them are good. You are a witcher, your friends are in danger, travel the world to understand what powers wants to destroy the world and try to stop them, while enjoying thousands of local stories and breathtaking situations.
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Game Discussion

Review by Anonymous

Actually returned to Witcher after the recent Netflix series, because I didn't have time for Blood&Wine campaign before. I have to admit it's pretty solid. Bright, full of jokes and adventures, engaging from the very first missions. Plot about high vampires is also very entertaining.

If you missed it for some reason, it would be your best bet to go for it asap.

World is really big and really beautiful, especially Blood and Wine world, which is probably the most beautiful world I've seen in games. Riding with your horse through this world, while listening to epic music is really fun. However when you get bored of riding, you can always use one of many fast travel points. There are few big cities in this game, and a lot of villages. There are too many side quests to do, you can find them on notice boards all over the world, or accept contracts from random people that you meet. I personally dislike doing those tasks, because they don't have any connection to the story, and also this game is too easy, so no need to grind.However side quests that you get from main characters while playing main story can be really interesting, and I completed all of them. Game has options to play Hearts of Stone or Blood and Wine directly without having to beat the main game, so that's a nice thing

I was impressed by the ending - it was very well directed in a hollywood style. Epic visuals, epic music, epic story ending. Also some evil creatures design is horryfing in good meaning, witches for example. Ciri rocks!

Review from Steam

Imagine you're working in a 9-5 corporate job, you're done with your work, you come back home, log onto Steam, see your games list for 5 seconds, buy a game on sale that you're never going to play and then switch off your PC and go to a bar. While having a drink, you think of the good times when games used to be fun and authentic. But then you tell yourself, the problem isn't the games, its you. "Its not that games aren't fun anymore, you have gotten older".
And then I play Witcher 3. And suddenly I can't wait to get myself home after work. Do you have any idea how precious that feeling is ? The feeling that you are actually immersed in the protagonist' shoes. I find myself in anticipation and excitement for the new adventures that are waiting for me, I think while driving back home...."Where is this story headed ? What new places and characters I will meet ?" And lets not talk about the characters. I thought myself as a guy who's dead on the inside and somehow these characters made me laugh, chuckle and empathise at the same time. I haven't felt these feelings for a game since 2008 when I played games such as Final Fantasy 12, Metal Gear Solid 3. Was I wrong to think that I was the problem and not the gaming industry that's shelling out mediocre AAA games with no memorable characters or storyline ?
And I got this game for 3$. 3$ !! And that includes the DLC ! I honestly feeling I looted these amazing devs. And I paid twice for games that are not even worth playing. 23 hours in and I still haven't scratched the surface of the story. The side quests are actually fun. I find myself doing the side quests more because its feels like I am watching another episode of the "Witcher 3 TV show". I love this open world, I actually take my time wandering around and exploring every nook and cranny. I haven't done this since GTA San Andreas. I look at some distant island or mountain that I find interesting and I decide to just walk there just for the fun of it. That's how beautiful this Open World this. This is Open World game done right.
Thank you CD Projekt Red. You guys are a gem. I know its 5 years late and I don't know why it took me 5 years to play this, but better late than never.

Review from Steam

I threw the baby into the oven.

Review from Steam

Thanks to this game my family, friends and my boyfriend started to value me more because they haven't seen me for 2 weeks.

Review from Steam

-Silver for monsters. 🗡️
-Steel for humans. ⚔️
-Coin for your Witcher ! 💰

Review from Steam

I quit cocaine to play Witcher.
Real ♥♥♥♥ I actually quit cocaine for a video game and I’m not even much of a gamer.
Someone kind of pushed The Witcher 3 on me and told me to play it, so I did and became obsessed and didn’t even want to leave my room to score drugs and stop my cold turkey withdrawals because I was ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥ playing Gwent and winning. By the time I was finished with the game I didn’t crave snack anymore. I just wanted more witcher contracts.
Me telling people it’s time to lock myself away for a few days and face my demons cold turkey like a stoic ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥ when I just genuinely didn’t want anybody bothering me while i played this game.

Review from Steam

silver for monsters
steel for humans
coin for your witcher

Review from Steam

Still holds up to this day and still one of the best gaming experiences i've ever had