Perfect Swansong? The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt - Blood and Wine Review | AusGamers

AusGamers has reviewed The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt - Blood and Wine and writes:

"At less than $40, which will land you both the Hearts of Stone and Blood and Wine expansions, which together are easily more than 50 hours of content without even going into how much more you can sink in if you’re a completionist or game-world historian, it’s impossible to argue that the value here isn’t ridiculously good. Moreover, load times have been addressed, there’s a new animation system in combat and during cut-scenes, while most important of all CD Projekt RED has addressed the menu UI which is now easy to navigate and manage, even allowing players to preview armour and the like without having to actually equip it. Honestly, the whole thing is just the complete package.

Emphatically, I’d love to plead a case to the studio that The Witcher needs to live on in some form from here on out, and I may explore this later, but such is the impact this entire product has had on me that I just don’t want to see it go. I’m not even done with this new content, and there’s that enticing New Game + option, along with the 100 level cap, and plenty of decisions and a different ending I never experienced in the vanilla game, but even so it saddens me to know this is it, for now, with the adventures of Geralt of Rivia, the White Wolf."

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starchild1793d ago

I, too, am very sad to see it go. But this last expansion is amazing, so at least it's leaving on a high note.

Lonnie181793d ago

Yes this was the perfect game with great developer support and gameplay, hate to see it go but happy about the Gwent card game announcement that's in-coming.