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The Witcher 3 Game of the Year Edition (PS4)
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- Play as a Highly Trained Monster Slayer for Hire
- Trained from early childhood and mutated to have superhuman skills, strength, and reflexes, witchers are a socially ostracized counterbalance to the monster-infested world in which they live
- Gruesomely destroy foes as a professional monster hunter armed with a range of upgradeable weapons, mutating potions, and combat magic
- Hunt down a wide variety of exotic monsters, from savage beasts prowling mountain passes to cunning supernatural predators lurking in the shadowy back alleys of densely populated cities
- Invest your rewards to upgrade your weaponry and buy custom armor, or spend them on horse races, card games, fist fighting and other pleasures life brings
- Track Down the Child of Prophecy in a Morally Ambiguous Fantasy Open World
- Built for endless adventure, the massive open world of The Witcher sets new standards in terms of size, depth and complexity
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Rated : Ages 18 and Over
- Language : English, Polish
- Product Dimensions : 19 x 13.5 x 3 cm; 80 Grams
- Release date : 30 Aug. 2016
- ASIN : B01JYW2F1G
- Item model number : 112112
- Country of origin : Austria
- Best Sellers Rank: 353 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)
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The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Game of the Year edition brings together the base game and all the additional content released to date.
Includes the Hearts of Stone and Blood & Wine expansions, which offer a massive 50 hours of additional storytelling as well as new features and new areas that expand the explorable world by over a third!
Affords access to all additional content released so far, including weapons, armor, side quests, game modes and new GWENT cards!
Features all technical and visual updates as well as a new user interface completely redesigned on the basis of feedback from members of the Witcher Community.
Note: English and Polish audio (voices) and English, Russian, Polish, Chinese, Hungarian, Czech, and Korean subtitles.
1 x The Witcher 3 Game of the Year Edition (PS4)
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 11 April 2021
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What you should know is that if you're a mature adult who likes ghost stories, CSI-type games and high-magic fantasy, this is absolutely the best mix of the 3 you're going to find. The writing is exceptional, the acting is exceptional, and the way the game rewards perceptiveness and insight in the dialogue scenes is exceptional. Whoever put the stories together really knew what they were doing.
Whether you play on the easiest level or the hardest, you'll still get 90% of the enjoyment from following the story and living with the other characters in this magical world.
If new to the saga, I would recommend checking out the Witcher novels by Andrzej Sapkowski, particularly "The Last Wish" and "The Sword of Destiny", which introduce you to Geralt, Yennefer, Ciri, Dandelion and the world they inhabit.
Main story is easily 50 hours and closer to 90-100 with side quests. DLC 1 is a solid 15-20 with story and side missions and DLC 2 is around 35 hours with just the story and 50+ with side missions included.
At no point does levelling feel like a grind and if you ever start to feel overpowered you can scale enemies to your level and above to bring the difficulty back.
There are a lot of different possible endings based on the choices that you make. The game also leaves it ambiguous as to which choices have consequences and which don't - for me this makes it more realistic.
You have quite a lot of choice in your character build - you can be a pure melee, rely on spells, utilise potions/alchemy or a mix of those - all are viable options.
Also, the mini-game, Gwent, which is a card game is absolutely fantastic - by far the best mini-game in any game I've ever played. You also don't "have" to play it if you don't want to, but I found it great fun.