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The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

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The third game in a series, it holds nothing back from the player. Open world adventures of the renowned monster slayer Geralt of Rivia are now even on a larger scale. Following the source material more accurately, this time Geralt is trying to find the child of the prophecy, Ciri while making a quick coin from various contracts on the side. Great attention to the world building above all creates an immersive story, where your decisions will shape the world around you. CD Project Red are infamous for the amount of work they put into their games, and it shows, because aside from classic third-person action RPG base game they provided 2 massive DLCs with unique questlines and 16 smaller DLCs, containing extra quests and items. Players praise the game for its atmosphere and a wide open world that finds the balance between fantasy elements and realistic and believable mechanics, and the game deserved numerous awards for every aspect of the game, from music to direction.
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May 18, 2015
Developer
CD PROJEKT RED
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CD PROJEKT SA
Publisher
CD PROJEKT RED
Age rating
17+ Mature
Website
http://www.thewitcher.com
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The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt reviews and comments

Absolutely a Masterpiece
only about 10 hrs in but i love it dearly
«Can’t stop playing»
tl;dr An absolute masterpiece and a genre defining game. |.|


I can't sing this game enough praises. This game will absolutely suck you in from the first minute until you finally finish Geralt's quest. The storytelling (Yes, I know it's based on a novel) is top notch, the world design is phenomenal, the music is near orgasmic, and the characters will pull you in and make you feel that you are indeed a witcher. If this game has somehow slipped under your radar, do yourself a favor and pick it up. CD Projekt Red has released an absolute must play gem.


This is one of very few games I would ever consider giving this score but, 10/10 this game is (as stated above) an absolute masterpiece.
Absolutely incredible
Remember the "diving" stuff in Sci-Fi futuristic media where you'd virtually go into a different world? This is the current-gen equivalent of that. A beautiful open living world that never kicks you out of your immersion and keeps calling you back long after you've completed the masterfully-told story. Insane attention to detail, crazy polish, characters from integral ones to NPCs that actually don't remind you they are scripted, hundreds of unique side quests, much more, and a weird horse.
«Blew my mind»
«Can’t stop playing»
If any of the people leaving positive reviews on Monster Hunter World had played this, they wouldn't be leaving positive reviews on Monster Hunter World.
«Time-tested»
«Beaten more than once»
I have way more than 100 hours in it on my PS4 and I started replaying it on PC too, What can I say? This really is a GOTY, and CDPR deserves all the support and praise it got for it. Truly a masterpiece.
The best adventure I've seen in my entire life – not only in games, but also in books, in movies, anywhere! This is why games are the future of story-telling. I strongly believe that every developer has to play The Witcher 3 before starting his own game. Not to understand that you can't do nothing even close to this masterpiece, but to see that amazing, out of the box games can be done without following stupid modern trends and still be praised and profitable. This game redefined the cRPG genre and I can't wait for CDPR to drop Cyberpunk 2077.
I have played dozens of games over the last few years, and I doubt that anything can even compare with Witcher 3. From the visuals to the lore to the gameplay mechanics to the story – this is one the best piece of art humanity ever produced. CDPR are the masters of RPGs and they definitely raised the bar in gamedev that no one could reach up to this day. This game is worth any money it is sold for, trust me, it so good you'll want two copies.
«Just one more turn»
«Time-tested»
I invested many hours into it, on the console, on the PC, the game is great anywhere. It's worth a single cent even when it is sold for the full price. There are so many content and non-linearity and choices are so compelling that it is easy to replay it for four or five times, which will make up for a decade if you have a job and a social life.

Waiting for the game of the decade edition!
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