Witchers hunt monsters, and Geratlt of Rivia is the best of them. That’s why it’s to be expected that fans would be curious on just how big is the biggest monster they can slay.
So looking forward to getting stuck in to this monster slaying masterpiece.
Here is the quote from the forum; "Damien, How would you describe the physical size of the biggest monster that we can meet in the game? a) 1 griffin b) 2 griffins c) 3 griffins d) huge as f**k" "We have monsters that are bigger than the griffin, so I would say between b) & c), but that definitely equals to d)."
Didn't realize a griffin was a unit of measurement.
I don't know, but 2 Griffins doesn't seem that big... http://upload.wikimedia.org...
If you played the other Witcher games you'd know it's pretty damn big in comparison. This is no Bloodborne.
@kraenk12 Did you clicked in the image link I put. The jokes relies in there. To tell the truth, if I'd compared the fighting between Bloodborne and the videos from Witcher 3 I saw, I like Bloodborne's better. It's seems more Dynamic to certain points. The hits seem heavier to, with more impact. Well this is just an first impression, it will probably change when I play the Wtcher 3.
It won't change. Combat was always the weak point of the witcher games. Too light, too much jump and rolls, not satisfying. You play The Witcher for its story and setting, the combat is something you have to endure.
Girth is just as important, if not more.
"Combat was always the weak point of the witcher games." I've seen others say this, and it makes me want to skip this game. It reminds me of every game I've ever played from Bioware.
I was talking BS anyway. The Kayran and the Dragon from TW2 are definitely bigger than two griffins. Btw I am fairly sure there are bigger bosses in this game as well and they were only talking about normal monsters.
@BG11579 and Overwhelming I really like Bloodborne's combat, but it's not the end all be all. It's not perfect, it just works well in the games it was designed for. Lately I've heard more people jump on the bandwagon of hating on The Witcher 2's combat, but I quite enjoyed the combat in the game. I honestly think a lot of the people bashing it never even played it. If the combat was really something terrible that I had to endure, I sure as hell wouldn't suffer through more than 40 hours of it just to experience a story. You could just watch youtube videos for that. I also doubt the game would have scored so well with reviewers if the combat was so terrible. I mean, combat is one of the main things you do in the game and very few people are going to "endure" that many hours of terrible gameplay just to experience a good story and atmosphere. Besides, many reviewers actually praised the combat in many respects. The Witcher 2's combat wasnt perfect, but it was enjoyable and unique. If they polish up some of the weak spots in The Witcher 3 it could easily end up with some very good and satisfying combat.
just inject this game straight in my veins please
Yeha I wish I could download it directly into my brain :)
Hmmm the Kraken in the Witcher 2 was bigger
idk why the disagrees its true , from what we saw in gameplay videos griffin isnt big.In size its about as same as bridge troll in Witcher 2 with tail added , 2 griffins comes nothing close to dragon from W2 http://ftg.operationsupplyd...
I think you mean the Kayran, but yeah it was bigger than 2 griffins. http://i.ytimg.com/vi/DGu9P...
It's kind of moot though, cause it didn't move and all you did was slash at tentacles and then do a QTE. Hopefully the monster being talked about is actually mobile.
Stop it!!! Stop comparing this game to bloodborne its not the same game it dosent try to be like bloodborne it dosent look like it or play like it dosent feel the same. Its TWO TOTALLY DIFFERENT GAMES!!!!
Was gonna get this on X1 but people told me PC could run it better. GeForce 760/ i7 4790/ 13 gigs o ram and a giant jug of tea. I'm fuckin ready!
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