05/26/2017 (Fri) 15:52:41
IMHO The Witcher 2 is perfection, it's as if someone took Dark Souls and Batman Arkham Asylum combined them, put them in a semi-linear RPG format with multiple endings plus routes. You can lay traps for enemies and lure them into them, use explosives, knives dipped in poison and all sorts of other cool gadgets plus abilities. The Witcher 1 is a good serious ARPG but I will say the swamp section sucks major ass. TW3 I have yet to play seriously since the traps mechanisms from TW2 were nerfed significantly, yeah it's a real open world unlike the first two, but I fell in love with TW2's unique game mechanics.>>10616>I find it odd that OP would post a quick rundown of the almost zero information that CDPR has released on this title.
Two reasons we're a borderline zombie board we need posts that aren't just garbage spam, and I knew there were other anons who lost track of the game like I did. Honestly I just lurked during my spare time an hour day this whole weak to get this info. Said info was found on IGN, Polygon, old conference video archives The Witcher Forums, and some Polack posting about job classifieds CDPR has posted on the web.
BTW the The Witcher 3 fills me with both dread and hope. The graphics I don't give a fuck about, I'm not a neckbeard loser. But the gameplay, I liked the TW2's methodical action packed gameplay elements and I'm so sad they did away with the whole traps system.>>10619
Same here, however I'm not going to lie part of the reason I'm still hyped is because there hasn't been an ARPG set around "modernish" times since the buggy unique mess that is Alpha Protocol. Some will argue that MGSV is such a thing but that heaping piece of disappointment is just a grinding simulator. But me bitching about MGSV is for another thread and time.