The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

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Tomous
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PostRe: The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt
by Tomous » Mon Jun 29, 2020 1:33 pm

Photek wrote:Maybe the switch isn't the best place to play it?

I can get why people may not 'get it' though. It takes its time at the start and it's not like other open world games, it just plays a lot differently and there's far less hand holding or explanations for things. Assasins Creed Odyssey is like a Mario game in comparison to it (in terms of how it tells you where to go, and what to do and giving you tons of moves to unlock)



I have it on PS4. Edit: realised that might have been directed at gaminglegend.

To be honest, I have a lot of open world fatigue this generation so that's probably a big part of it. I don't really have as much time to get absorbed in these types of games these days, so tend to prefer more linear <20-30 hour games.

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PostRe: The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt
by gaminglegend » Mon Jun 29, 2020 3:12 pm

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Tomous wrote:
Photek wrote:Maybe the switch isn't the best place to play it?

I can get why people may not 'get it' though. It takes its time at the start and it's not like other open world games, it just plays a lot differently and there's far less hand holding or explanations for things. Assasins Creed Odyssey is like a Mario game in comparison to it (in terms of how it tells you where to go, and what to do and giving you tons of moves to unlock)



I have it on PS4. Edit: realised that might have been directed at gaminglegend.

To be honest, I have a lot of open world fatigue this generation so that's probably a big part of it. I don't really have as much time to get absorbed in these types of games these days, so tend to prefer more linear <20-30 hour games.


I agree it could be that. The idea of Skyrim on the switch hurts my head. I’ve started replaying the VR of that though on PS4 no problem.

I think I’m the same, open world fatigue. Think that’s why I got into the Last of Us 2 so much it’s a wide world but linear

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PostRe: The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt
by Hime » Mon Jun 29, 2020 3:50 pm

Photek wrote:Maybe the switch isn't the best place to play it?

I can get why people may not 'get it' though. It takes its time at the start and it's not like other open world games, it just plays a lot differently and there's far less hand holding or explanations for things. Assasins Creed Odyssey is like a Mario game in comparison to it (in terms of how it tells you where to go, and what to do and giving you tons of moves to unlock)

That's what put me off playing for years but as soon as I started it I was hooked.

The Switch probably isn't the best place to play but having it handheld is such a benefit to me, I do feel like I'm missing out on the graphical side of the game though.

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