Hi guys! Today I will talk about one of my favorite games, Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. This game may have been released in 2015 but I thought I should still write a review about it since I recently played the game for the first time and I loved it.
Just like the previous time, the review will have four parts, firstly I will talk about the storyline, then about the gameplay, afterward, I will talk about the visuals and finally, I will tell you my personal thoughts and give you a rating for the game from 0-10 (10 being the best).
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The story of the game is ok, but I don’t think the story is as good as the previous games. You must find Ciri and Yennefer, but it feels like you just go from point A to point B where you get a mission in order for them to help you so they send you to point C then you go back to B and then you go to point A and the cycle repeats again and again.
The good thing in the story and game in general is it’s branching storyline, where your decisions affect the final outcome and that is something you don’t see often.
I think CD Projekt Red took it to the next level with the final installment in the trilogy and made its last game the best one. The combat in Witcher 3 is fluid and feels real. You can fight enemies any way you want. You can even go full wizard and upgrade the sign skills and rely on them almost completely for combat, the same thing I did.
You can build your character in whatever way you want and that gives the game another great feel. You aren’t forced to play the game a certain way unlike other RPGs, where they might have different builds for you to choose from even though not all of them are viable.
The game has a lot of content and will surely keep you busy for a long time. There are hundreds of missions to do in this game, it really seems like it has no end. The crafting is amazing too, and the best in the trilogy.
The enemies in this game are very different from one another and they require a different approach in order to beat them, keeping the game fresh.
I like how they make you think before a fight and research your enemies and what their weaknesses are, it makes you feel like a real Witcher. There are also two DLCs that were released for this game. The first was Heart of Stone and the second was Blood and Wine.
If you ask me which of the two I think is best then I would clearly pick Blood and Wine. The reason for this is that the area of the map that you unlock with that DLC for me is the most beautiful in all the games, and I loved every second I was in that area. The scenery was majestic, you saw green fields everywhere and beautiful areas. With that DLC you also unlocked paint for your clothes, which is a nice thing to add in a game and especially an RPG.
Another selling point of the game is the graphics. The graphics are top-notch and even today 4 years later they can be compared to titles that were released in 2019. The world is vast and beautiful, there is a day and night cycle and also the weather changes.
Free-roaming the map just to explore is fun just because of how real the world feels thanks to the graphics and the dynamic weather. I also like how the world feels different depending on where on the map you are. You don’t feel like they copy and pasted the same environment everywhere. I recommend you buy this game on PC because that is where the graphics truly shine.
Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is by far one of the best games that exist right now and a must buy. It is worth every dollar that you will spend on it. If you want a game with amazing graphics and gameplay then that’s the game for you. The story might not be something special, but it doesn’t need to be in order to make the game a must buy, it’s good for what it is and you won’t regret buying it.
General Rating: 9.4
That’s it for my review guys, I hope you liked it. If you liked the game leave a comment down below and tell me what you liked the most about this game. See ya in the next article.
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