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The name of this blog comes from the books and has been my constant guidance.
Point being, the world, the characters, the writing and everything else related to the books is of a huge importance to me. So when someone craps all over it for cheap entertainment, I have an understandably hard time. While the first two games were a little annoying in this regard, they were much less so than the third one. The fact that they included all the characters even the tragically dead ones! What helped me let go was the realisation that this is a fanfiction. It is quite possibly the most expensive fanfic ever created, but a fanfic nonetheless.
Still, I wish they abandoned the book characters and made their own. It is ridiculous. The combat is hard to understand and not particularly well explained either. Plus the tutorial is also quite fiddly.
So you end up frustrated and confused. Except you can, if you press the save button times in a row. So, Gwent. A lot of the cards feature actual characters in the game. Who the fuck is Geralt? Some infamous witcher who literally goes out and randomly kills people? Okay, whatever. Not Ciri. More to the point, it features literal nobodies: Zoltan Chivay and Yarpen Zigrin? Some random dwarfs. Unlike say Geralt, they are literally not known by anyone.
Who makes these cards? That guy is only known to the Nilfgaard high command and putting it as a hero on a card would likely get your head chopped off. And the list goes on. Similarly, this is a war-ravaged land where everyone struggles to find ends meet, but people have random priceless stuff in their home. Why does she let a random Witcher who are generally feared and despised waltz in and just take it? When it starts raining, the game shows actual droplets of water hitting the screen.
I guess this is not a game, but a movie instead? Everything in the game is painstakingly obviously there to serve the player.
No subtlety, not even a hint of pretence otherwise. Completely at odds with the obvious huge amount of effort that went into making the world seem real. Despite all that, this is a fantastic game. With great world building, character de and writing.
Basically, as soon as it departs from the fanfiction aspect and starts using its own ideas, it shines. The world has a great potential for storytelling. And more to the point, going out and exploring feels great. These show you the recommended level at which to go at them. This is quite helpful in deciding what to do.
So you often end up investigating something using your senses and that brings a variety to the whole process. And you often learn more about a given place or situation. As you can imagine, this can be really handy in his line of work. So you can be just walking about, not suspecting anything and suddenly your controller vibrates. So you use your witcher senses and look around.
And I love the character interactions. Plus, they often have a ton of history together. And not all of it great. And it ends in a row. But when you talk to the recurring characters, it often gets much more interesting and personal.
Witcher 3 is a fantastic game but it has deep flaws. I wrote a game! It's an open-world roguelike where you play an addict called Dose Response.
You can get it on the game's website pay what you want! If you give it a go, let me know how you liked it, please!Witcher 3 controller vibrates
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