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The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

Discussion in 'PC Games' started by Paul_cz, 5 Feb 2013.

  1. Paul_cz

    Wise Guy

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    Open world larger than Skyrim with quality of story and quests from The Witcher 1 and 2 ?
    Hell YES.

    http://www.gameinformer.com/b/news/archive/2013/02/04/march-cover-reveal-witcher-3-wild-hunt.aspx

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=8gIsYuPIKco

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  2. CaptainRAVE

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    :eek:
     
  3. aceytrixx

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    Gives me a year to get through the first two at least!
     
  4. Clav

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    Great news!
     
  5. alex20000

    Hitman

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    Still need to finish the first two. I've played a little bit of the witcher 2 and it's great!
     
  6. Outline

    Hitman

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    Truly stoked.

    This is alongside Cyberpunk's development I assume?
     
  7. agnes

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    Urgh, better put the second one to the front of the queue of games to play lol.
     
  8. jakspyder

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    YES!

    Loved everything about the witcher2.

    unfortunately i didnt know about the series until the witcher2 and find playing the witcher 1 too backwards.

    Big hopes for this iteration though!
     
  9. Treebiter

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    Why is every RPG moving to open-world now? Surely there's a place for linear RPGs as well as open-world ones?
     
  10. Jono8

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    Sweet lordy lou
     
  11. Shamikebab

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    Awesome, I'd be happy with Witcher 2 but just a bit longer :)
     
  12. viathinair

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  13. Covert0ne

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    Despite initial doubts, I can't help but be excited.
     
  14. IRLeetly

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    Same here, still to buy them, always popping up in a sale somewhere.
     
  15. Ur round next

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    This and Rome 2 is all i need :)
     
  16. viathinair

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  17. Pestilence

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    They haven't been bought out by EA. This will be EPIC.
     
  18. agnes

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    I did have initial issues with the second with fps... My 670 was getting slaughtered!
     
  19. iv-tecman

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    Witcher 2 got my into RPG games, I wasn't sure about witcher 2 but I purchased it, loved it but it ran awful on my old laptop, but my new laptop witcher 2 looks amazing, and plays even better...

    Witcher 2 got me into Skyrim, and I got witcher and now consider 'true' rpg not like Mass Effect as a type of game I'd enjoy...

    Witcher 3 - hell yes..!!
     
  20. pduk

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    I loved both games, though I think Witcher 1 has the edge in terms of story and length - Witcher 2 felt just a bit too restrictive and it felt like the conclusion was rushed. Let's hope they take their time and do the job right.