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- ASIN: B00WTI2HV6
- Product Dimensions: 5.3 x 0.6 x 6.8 inches ; 5.3 ounces
- Media: Video Game
- Release Date: May 19, 2015
Walk The Path
Probably the best all around game I’ve ever played. I just finished my first play through and I cant actually believe there was a time in my life when I didn’t care about this game. I never played the previous two and I had heard about this game during development but never really paid any attention to it. In fact the only reason I bought it was because I was bored and it was on sale… That was one of the best choices I ever made! Every aspect of this game is just magnificent, you can tell how much work went into this game. Consider I spent around 125 hours playing and almost all of that was side quests/contracts/main quest that were all uniquely crafted and extremely enjoyable.
I think the game is amazing. You will have enough to keep you busy …
I think the game is amazing. You will have enough to keep you busy for many hours. One warning for those of us that do not possess the reflexes of a fifteen or twenty five year old, you will find the game very frustrating. I am 69 and was excited to get a game I can play on my Xbox one. But even on easy mode the first area you end up in is basically a breeze, but when you get to the next area of villages you will notice the big enemies the ones that you can get good loot from, are a real challenge to kill unless you possess the reflexes of a 15 or 25 year old. As I said I believe this is a fantastic game, and I am sure there are some older people out there that can play the game and enjoy it. Let’s face the facts these games now are designed for the biggest money audience and that is kids. I have played Assassins creed black flag, Far cry 4, many time over, and can do very well at it even though I don’t really like those kinds of games. I personally like RPG like Fallout 3, Fallout new vagus, Skyrim, kingdoms of amalu and the like. I have played those games through 15 or 20 times each and of course had to put up with the constant overheating with Xbox 360. I was really hoping the next gen gamed wouldn’t leave me behind because I wanted to play the type of games I prefer without over heating consoles. It looks like us older gamers are being left out of the equation on many of the so called next gen games. I am really hoping someday the gaming industry will have more game like the ones I can play for many hours and enjoy them very much. I am not talking about remaking old games for Xbox one, I want games created for xbox one like the ones I enjoy. Now most of the games seem to be geared not only to a young audience but they are incorporating multiplayer aspects into most all the games . Personally I don’t find it fun to play a game when there are literally hundreds of other player running this way and that all around you, and for me that takes the fun of playing because it can be so distracting trying to focus on the game while all this activity is going on around you that has nothing to do with you. You are no longer the hero of the game you are just one of a huge bunch of players. Just my opinion.
Best Next-Gen Game To Date
I own both a PS4 and an XBOX ONE. Of every title released for either concole, the Witcher 3 is by far the best one I’ve played. I’m a big fan of RPG style games, and I’d put hours and hours into Dragon Age: Inquisition prior to picking up Witcher 3. While I very much enjoyed DA:I, I decided to pop in the Witcher to see how it was. I haven’t stopped playing it since. I tend to get bored with games – I have sort of a video game ADD. I typically play a game for a few hours, get bored of it, play something else and eventually come back to it. Nothing has drawn me away from the Witcher 3. I’m only about 15 hours in, and I couldn’t be more entertained.
So Deep and Varied, It Might Take Me a Year to Finish
I had been hesitant to get involved in an RPG, but the glowing reviews of Witcher 3 convinced me to give it a shot. And boy am I glad I did. This game is the deepest, most immersive gaming experience I have ever been involved in. The story is engaging, the world looks absolutely spectacular and the gameplay is deep and engaging without feeling overwhelming.
This Game Reigns Supreme, and I Say That As an Ardent Bioware Fan
Woooo, this game is awesome! As a lover of RPGs, this one reigns supreme. Now while I am more personally invested lore/story-wise in the Bioware developed universes (Dragon Age, Mass Effect, etc.), this game is vastly superior in terms of animation, side quest depth, and overall game play. Honestly, it’s such a shame that I find Geralt and his friends kinda dull, since this game is beautiful, and reflects very, very well on CD Projekt Red – ESPECIALLY because it’s the first open world game by the studio. It’s incredible! And I say this as someone who didn’t really enjoy the first two Witcher games (2 being better than 1, but still). So while I wasn’t personally invested in Geralt’s narrative, I can’t take a star off for that, since the dialogue was incredibly well written and voice acted, and it really just came down to my personal preferences. So go get this game, and have an absolute blast.
Just in the package alone, you get your money’s worth. For $30 I got a soundtrack CD (30 songs!), stickers, a poster, a background storybook, and a awesome note from the developers saying they have 16 FREE DLC’s for anyone who buys the game! Not to mention the game itself is addicting. A little challenging and hard to learn the controls, but once you do it is a blast. All around this game looks beautiful, has an awesome story (even explained what has happened before since this is the first Witcher game for me), and tons of content. A great buy for any gamer that likes an adventure with replay-ability.
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt- It’s Good To Be A Gamer
When I finished the Witcher 3 I was so happy to be a gamer.
The Most Fun I Have Had This Generation
The Witcher 3 is a fantastically dense game that took me over 100 hours (possibly even 200) just to beat because it constantly distracts you with very well thought out side quests in its highly immersive world. The combat is incredibly responsive and precise with numerous ways to approach battle. The monster contracts particularly stand out and I found myself leveling up just to play through them. The story itself challenges you with decisions that are never black and white and have unforeseeable consequences that play out brilliantly. Every choice has consequences and they are usually not good, so get used to choosing the lesser of two evils.
So good, best rpg for xbox one by far
The scope of this game is simply amazing! Combat and the camera take some getting used too, as does the inventory system but it is very, very rewarding. So much to explore, and so many side quests, which are also very good. They have a sense of purpose and are so much more than most games side quests which have little to no thought in them at all.
Best RPG Hands Down
Probably one of the best games I have ever played. The graphics are beautiful and the game play is very smooth. The open world environment is expansive but is not overdone. In many RPG games, you hear complaints about repetitive side quests but not in this game. While many have the same ending (kill or acquire something), the quests themselves are entirely different, each with their own story. Some of the side quests have very involved story lines separate from the main story line which greatly makes me more willing to complete them. Combat controls is well done in my opinion and is very similar to the previous two versions. It isn’t just hack and slash all the time. Some opponents require you use all controls to defeat them even fairly early on in the same. Quite a surprise is the fun card game, Gwent, you can play with other characters. I find myself playing the game with each NPC I come across where this is an option.