I Played The Witcher 3 And I Still Have Some Doubts

"I'd had a nice enough time tracking down supernatural beasties (and regular, non-supernatural arsonists) and snarling my way through conversations, but I didn't feel wowed. I got to take control of Geralt from the massive fantasy RPG's get-go, learn the ropes, and do a handful of quests. Certainly, the whole thing was very pretty and dashing and it was implied that two characters did a sex right before the video game part showed up, but it was hard not to feel a creeping sense of "been there, done that." Grabbing quests, hearing randos sputter out their sob stories, calling my omnipresent horse from the ether cloud horse realm in which it assuredly resided—it was a familiar rhythm born of other open-world-ish RPGs like Skyrim and Dragon Age. Each step felt like second nature, for better or worse."

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ArchangelMike1359d ago

There's always one pretentious brat in the pack. Frankly I'm surprised it's not Polygon this time. I do wonder what they'll come up with though!

WeAreLegion1359d ago (Edited 1359d ago )

There's female nudity in this game.

It'll be a miracle if anyone from Polygon even plays it.

nucky641359d ago

man, kotaku was snooty long before polygon - neither site can be taken seriously.

BC_Master_Haze1359d ago (Edited 1359d ago )

Because when the action gets nudey, the Polys get snooty! :D it's like they don't want video games to succeed.

Like this website? No.
Story quality? WTF?

They need to add a "dumb as s***" option specifically for those sites.

Fro_xoxo1359d ago (Edited 1359d ago )

Don't share you doubts with us. . this negativity is contagious for those who don't have a mind of their own.

That said, "been there, done that". . you should probably quit gaming then.


TheLastColossus1359d ago

"open-world-ish" sounds stupid

sevilha821359d ago

Did he(the author) actually said open-worldish in a fully open world several times larger than Skyrim?....sigh videogame jornalism is at it's death bed for sure.

snookiegamer1359d ago (Edited 1359d ago )

This is what I mean when I comment ...Some articles are down on almost every new game!

Letting the gaming public know a games inner most deepest flaws is one thing, but some writers seem to think negativity toward new games is en vogue ;/

I find it difficult not to get drawn in, but what if we could all just totally ignore them ...would they cease to exist? ;0)

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