I Like That The Witcher 3 Treats Me Like an Adult

Keza Macdonald writes:"Its rhythm of exploration was very absorbing, alternating between calm periods of admiring the countryside on horseback and sudden bursts of (usually violent) activity. The quest structures were familiar - go here, kill that, investigate this for me please - but I kept getting drawn off the quest-paths by things that caught my eye by the side of the road, which is really what open-world games are about. To bastardise a John Lennon quote, open-world games are what happens when you're busy avoiding the story quests."

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