I fancy returning to this and playing the DLC (finished The Wild Hunt about 18 months ago), But i know it will pop up in a sale the day after i purchase it..... Maybe i should boot it up and mop up a few side quests to refamiliarise myself with the controls (and more importantly, Gwent).
I finished a long quest line last night, the one to find the bloody baron's family and it had a really dark outcome (in the end you find him hanging from a tree having topped himself). The game then told me all the decisions i'd made up to then which lead to that moment It's great that it does that and was really unexpected as i'm used to bethesda games having no meaningful consequence to anything, but it does mean i've got to actually start thinking my actions through.
Yeah sure, unleash this evil tree thing in to a horse to murder everyone, what could go wrong?
Yeah Novigrad is a stunning achievement, as are most of the towns and villages in the game.
It's kind of embarrassing what other games think they can get away with for their populated areas in a post-Witcher 3 world, some of the smallest villages in this game put the main "cities" in a Bethesda RPG to shame.
Brerlappin wrote:Finally finished my Witcher 2 vs 2017 video. When I was playing W2 I just couldn't help but compare it to games from 2017 and in almost every respect, Witcher 2 came out the better.
Not a bad video and some genuinely funny descriptions but you picked on Andromeda for cut scenes and animation, Unity on bugs and Shadow of Wars loot system....I mean, most games compared to those are going to come out on top in those situations.
Lots of quests in Fallout 4 have different endings depending on choices but not main quest lines I suppose... still a little misleading.