The Witcher 3 is a masterpiece, and in many respects simply the best and most exciting game in recent years. It captivates players with artistic vision, a huge world and an epic story. The developers were not looking for cheap applause - game design is uncompromising, consistent, thoughtful and nuanced.
Best game I've played so far. Even though after a while, the attack moves become repetitive, you can make it really enjoyable by creating combinations with different spells. It has a somewhat different place in my experience as it's the first time I've played a game where my decisions have an impact.
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is almost perfect. There are a few flaws in the way and the game is not as demanding as it's predecessor, but the tsunami of content that keeps you busy is amazing. The world of the Wild Hunt is so much more than just a pretty picture.
The amount of content we find in The Witcher 3 is outstanding, as is its quality. It is true that there are some aspects with some room for improvement, but it delivers such a rich and unique universe that you will soon forget about them.
It spends a great deal of its energy trying to impress the audience with unparalleled scope. The result is an experience that succeeds in its mission of being a grand experience, but commonly missteps when it comes to fundamentals such as combat, leveling systems, and user interface design.
the game is not worth all the hype about it, the gameplay is terrible, the story is too convoluted to finally reach an interesting part, the pt-br dubbing is horrible, but, graphically speaking, the game is pleasant, the world is alive in some places, and even if the story is convoluted like I said above, it's good.
Visually stunning. Story, fantastic. Combat, atrocious. Are people that give this game a 9 or 10 totally ignoring the elephant in the room which is the actual combat? Character is slow to respond during boss fights. Lining Gerald up to pick up items or to interact with anything is very annoying....dont even get me started on roach. If the controls were improved then Witcher 3 would be a 9 or 10 for sure.
I saw my friend playing a game and tried it for a hour so I found it interesting and bought it myself. But for a few hours I got frustrated. Like someone already said there you feel so heavy in combat except dodging. Moves are like you are glued but suddenly so fast lol Then you can use spell you are dead. Riding a horse and it moves are mess too in similar way. I thought Im that clumsy but compared to another games this is mess. Invetory is labyrinth of the chaos. Ok but thats technical problems in some way. Another thing is NPCs. There are two types-frustrated ones with no hope and macho like I have been everywhere and knows everything with tons of useless dialogues to spread their personality or some not interesting info. Story is fine and deep but with dialogues and NPCs like these not really. World is fine feels living. But in Skyrim and Gothic for example you know you are in one cultural region so know the scenery,people and houses is very similar or same. There are many historical lands but feel very similar. Most annoying thing is when you pull up sword in city and its auto considered as a crime. And in terms of RPG its not really RPG but mainly its there to tell you a story I think. For first look its amazing if you get more into it its hard because of fighting system,boring because dialogues and annoying because of how story feels long. Music is also not that epic for game of this type.
SummaryWith the Empire attacking the Kingdoms of the North and the Wild Hunt, a cavalcade of ghastly riders, breathing down your neck, the only way to survive is to fight back. As Geralt of Rivia, a master swordsman and monster hunter, leave none of your enemies standing. Explore a gigantic open world, slay beasts and decide the fates of whole...