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  • Summary: The Complete Edition includes The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, all 16 DLC packs, and two Expansion Packs: Hearts of Stone & Blood and Wine.
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  1. Feb 2, 2020
    10
    Ну что же сказать, шедевр он и на Xbox One шедевр. Великолепная проработка и не менее великолепный геймплей. 10 из 10Ну что же сказать, шедевр он и на Xbox One шедевр. Великолепная проработка и не менее великолепный геймплей. 10 из 10
  2. Dec 11, 2018
    10
    This is one of the few perfect 10 games I have ever played. The story is epic in scope yet very detailed. The side quests feel like storyThis is one of the few perfect 10 games I have ever played. The story is epic in scope yet very detailed. The side quests feel like story quests and CD Projekt Red is one of the only developers to do this the right way. Nothing in this game feels like a chore. The missions can be tough but good strategy can always overcome the obstacles set before you. It is a vast world that pulls you in and welcomes you to explore without feeling tedious or repetitive. The passion put into the writing shows. I absolutely love this game! Expand
  3. Jun 22, 2020
    10
    Amazing game and amazing studio. This is the way how companies should make their games.
  4. Sep 1, 2016
    10
    This is the greatest fantasy game I've every played. The level of immersion is unmatched and you can literally spend hours just wondering theThis is the greatest fantasy game I've every played. The level of immersion is unmatched and you can literally spend hours just wondering the map and exploring to the wonderful musical score and great visuals. It's that good.

    Release notes: Everything (Both expansions/16 free DLCs/Latest big patch) is pre-loaded on one blue-ray. You have to download a very tiny update for latest fixes which takes like half a minute to download. Your save(s) from the base game won't carry over to this edition, but you can start a new game or load each individual expansion from the main menu. If you start an expansion from the menu, the game will start you off at a recommended character level.
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  5. Sep 26, 2018
    10
    If you like s** or love amazing RPGs you have to buy this game. You have to admit, they did their job greatly, and I think that this the mostIf you like s** or love amazing RPGs you have to buy this game. You have to admit, they did their job greatly, and I think that this the most perfect game, ever made. Expand
  6. Sep 27, 2020
    9
    The only reason I am not giving this a full 10/10 is because of the bugs but, if a 10 was not reserved for a perfect game but for an unrivaledThe only reason I am not giving this a full 10/10 is because of the bugs but, if a 10 was not reserved for a perfect game but for an unrivaled experience, then it would have certainly earned one. I don't think any video game has made me cry but The Witcher 3 managed to do that...three times.

    CONS
    -Some bugs: When wearing certain sets of armor Geralt will turn his head during dialogue and his beard will clip through the collar, some models will take a couple extra seconds to load in, and some walking animations either don't start on time or just stop. None of these are game breaking but they do stunt the immersion at times (especially the clipping during cutscenes).
    -One of the pieces in my favorite armor sets in the whole game, the Grandmaster Feline armor set, has a hood that cannot be taken down any other way than putting on a mask or a pair of glasses. The set looks so cool and matches my play style so well, but covers much of Geralt's face during cutscenes. Also, I can't see the awesome sexy haircut that I paid 10 gold for. This is kind of minor but it still really bugs me.
    -There are some more minor issues like potions or decoctions not feeling very necessary, frustrating movement controls when you're underwater or in tight spaces, and a little uncertainty around the quality of the character writing of one particular character (I won't divulge which one as it might just be a personal issue).

    PROS
    -An absolutely engrossing story with choices that have really, impactful consequences, characters I came to care about as if I was Geralt himself, and an epilogue (added in the Blood and Wine expansion) that managed to fix the intense "What now?" despair you feel after concluding the main storyline of a game you've invested so much time in.
    -A satisfyingly involved combat system with dozens of stats for you nerds to pay attention to (jk). This includes an expansive bestiary with flavorful text and genuinely helpful information about how to fight certain monsters.
    -Dialogue that is often incredibly clever, poignant, or humorous. Some dialogue can be very boiler-plate and simple, but it would be impossible for every line to be gold with the thousands of lines of dialogue in this game. Animations get repeated fairly often as are character models, but it adds a level of charm that I think is reminiscent of the games roots in The Witcher 1.
    -There is no way to effectively convey the staggering amount of QUALITY content to be found. Some games may talk about how big their map is or how many quests they have, but The Witcher 3 can do the same while also saying that its players enjoyed doing all of it. Its massive map is coated in interesting locations, items to collect, quests to discover, and monsters to kill. So many of the quests are so much more involved than you may originally believe them to be and thus reward ingenuity and creative thinking. And GWENT is pretty fun (and far more addicting than you'd think it'd be).
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  7. Apr 3, 2020
    0
    I didn't expect to write it, but it's one of the most boring games ever created, I don't represent anything, the bottom and meter of mud.

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