Witcher 3, The - Wild Hunt Discussion
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Plus all the developer interviews saying that their game is going to be revolutionary and then watching early game play videos that look amazing, then you finally get the game and your sitting there thinking WTF is this, so yeah I'll wait after the game releases and reading a few reviews before picking up any game but i do hope this game is amazing.
Im bummed already, just seen some game play footage on youtube of Witcher 3. Looks exactly like Witcher 2 in gameplay, combat looks like it didn't change at all. Looks like they reused the exact same combat animations as Witcher 2 too. Combat in 3 looks clunky as part 2. I thought it was going to be fluid and sleek like they showed in trailers lol what a kill joy. Just the same engine with a ton of makeup on. Only difference is "next gen" graphics. Ive played over 200 hours on both Witcher 1 & 2; 3 is turning out be to like the monotonous Assassins Creed series if ya know what i mean(different story, same engine/mechanics, new coat of paint).
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I haven't seen the footage you're referring to, but I have to argue with your point of view. The Witcher 2 was an excellent game with great combat. Plus, that age old mentality of a new game in a series of games always has to be dramatically different from the previous is just wrong. All too often it's this ideology that leads to a great series being ruined. The people who want to play The Witcher 3, want to because they liked the first two. There is an old saying "If it ain't broke, don't 'fix' it".
Continuation of the story, delving deeper into the characters, improved graphics, add more features without detracting from or changing existing ones. These are the things needed in a new addition to a good and loved series. Change things too much and it's no longer the game that you know and love, that made you want to play the new one.
... and it had a 20% discount while Steam was only 10% if you owned previous 1 and 2
Now that we confirmed CH is making a steam version trainer of this game I just pre-ordered it off Steam with that -20% off ($48) instead of going with GoG.
Not sure why most people here are not seeing 20% off on steam like I am. Did you guys not buy both of their games off steam before?
Steam gets quite a bit of the same freebie items on steam version preorder too (sound tracks, art book, art works, wallpapers, game map) I think the only extras GoG offers are neverwinter nights (great game, but extremely dated and something most of us probably own already) and some papercraft dolls and a comic. Not really game changers for me.
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