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- Play the most polished and complete version of the most awarded game of 2015 - The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. Now available with all expansions and additional content.
- Built for endless adventure, the massive open world of The Witcher sets new standards in terms of size, depth and complexity.
- The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Game of the Year edition brings together the base game and all the additional content released to date.
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Trained from early childhood and mutated to gain superhuman skills, strength and reflexes, witchers are a distrusted counterbalance to the monster-infested world in which they live.
Gruesomely destroy foes as a profession monster hunter armed with a range of upgradable weapons, mutating potions and combat magic.
Hunt down a range of exotic monsters from savage beast prowling the mountain passes to cunning supernatural predators lurking in the shadows of densely populated towns.
Invest your rewards to upgrade your weaponry buy custom armor, or spend them away in horse races, fist fighting and other pleasures the night brings.
Built for endless adventure, the massive open world of The Witcher sets new standards in terms of size, depth and complexity.
Traverse a fantastical open world: explore forgotten ruins, caves and shipwrecks, trade with merchants and dwarven smiths in cities, and hunt across the open plains, mountains and seas.
Deal with the treasonous generals, devious witches corrupt royalty to provide dark and dangerous services.
Make choices go beyond good and evil and face their far-reaching consequences.
Take the most important contract to track down the child of prophecy, a key to save or destroy this world.
In times of war, chase down the child of prophecy, a living weapon of foretold ancient elven legends.
Struggle against ferocious rulers, spirits of the wilds and even a threat from beyond the veil – all hell-bent on controlling this world.
Define your destiny in a world that may not be worth saving.
Built exclusively for next generation hardware, the REDengine 3 renders the world of The Witcher visually nuanced and organic, a real true to life fantasy.
Dynamic weather systems and day/night cycles affect how the citizens of the towns and the monsters of the wilds behave.
Rich with storyline choices in both the main and subplots, this grand open world is influenced by the player unlike every before.
Become a professional monster slayer and embark on an adventure of epic proportions! Upon its release, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt became an instant classic, claiming over 250 Game of the Year awards. Now you can enjoy this huge, over 100-hour long, open-world adventure along with both its story-driven expansions worth an extra 50 hours of gameplay. This edition includes all additional content - new weapons, armor, companion outfits, new game mode and side quests. The most awarded game of 2015! Become a monster slayer for hire and embark on an epic journey to track down the child of prophecy, a living weapon capable of untold destruction. INCLUDES ALL EXPANSIONS AND ADDITIONAL CONTENT.
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The Witcher 3 is an experience. It doesn’t feel like just a game. I don’t look back on the many hours I spent playing with regret, which is something I’ve felt with plenty of others - such as COD Zombies and solitaire… After completing the base game, I couldn’t decide whether or not I had just finished one of the greatest games I’ve yet played. It wasn’t until I finished the DLC, Hearts of Stone, that the answer became obvious.
I’ve heard some compare The Witcher to Skyrim, which is probably due to the fantastical land and scattered quests that lie within. The truth is, The Witcher is far different, but luckily in the best ways. The fantasy aspect is dark, bloody and completely unforgiving. CD Projekt Red really refused to hold back with just how gruesome (and sexual) this game can get. I think the storyline in Crookback Bog is an excellent example, with it’s twisted fairy tale vibe. On top of this, all of the quests you encounter are unique. I was shocked when I began to realize that most of the quests I was coming across were not a part of the main quest. Nearly every conversation, battle, investigation, and area encountered, is made with the same attentiveness to detail and quality as is the main story. I became entirely engaged and invested in the world presented. Every time a new quest was introduced, I knew I was in for something great.
Another one of my favorite aspects of the game that I just have to mention would be the humor As twisted and dark as it can become, it will in turn become just as hilarious. Surprisingly, this became more apparent towards the end of the main story and especially in the DLC’s. The game doesn’t take itself too seriously and has a lot of fun with the dry, emotionless voice Geralt possesses. There were actually moments that easily mark themselves as the funniest I’ve encountered in a video game. It honestly may be the only game I’ve played that’s given me a good belly laugh (get the most out of your evening with Esker and Lambert)!
To create good comedy, you have to have good characters. And this is something the game does magnificently. I LOVED the characters! I’m especially impressed with how they all develop as you progress through the game with them. I’ll admit, there were several I did not like at first. And there was one character who I thought was a complete jackass. But alas, by the end almost every one of them grew on me; that is if I didn’t like them already. And of course, Geralt is fantastic as well! And thank heavens, since you’re forced to play as him! Luckily, I’d rather play no one else. His character is very rugged, but rich. He’s unafraid to slaughter those in his path, while also having the depth to defend those trodden on below.
Here’s an example: There’s a point in the game where you come across a group of peasants who are preparing to lynch a passing man simply because he’s come from the opposing land whom they’re at war with. You can either choose to save him and kill the peasants, or you can mind your own business. I chose to save the man, killing the others. When the man thanks you, Geralt responds (paraphrasing here), “If I hadn’t helped, only one man would have died this day.” That’s some awesome insight, Geralt!
Wow, I could go on forever. Well, I’ve talked long enough - and I haven’t even started on Gwent. I guess what I’m trying to say is you won’t regret buying this game. I mean, you’re easily getting 200 hours of top notch gameplay when including the DLC’s. And don’t forget the nearly one hundred unique monsters you’ll face! Or the epic GOTY worthy soundtrack! It’s clear the developers are passionate about creating a memorable experience when playing their content and they’ve shown every reason as to why we gamers should support them.
Yup, it's that good.
I was blown away instantly and stayed blown away, from Lilac & Gooseberries all the way to killing Big Bad Wolves in Toussant. I didn't play the first Witcher and could hardly get past the opening campaign in Witcher 2 (been meaning to return to that...), but Witcher 3 had me hooked with its strong characters, strong storytelling, strong score, etc. However, my only con being that whenever you bump into NPCs, they either mutter, "Oh!" or "Huh?" or burst into tears or scream. Oh, well, a game this perfect needs at least one or two flaws and trust me, there aren't many.
The combat grew on me while not caring for it in the beginning, expecting--foolishly--Skyrim 2.0 where you can take thirty hits in your Daedric armor from four opponents and it be just a minor nuisance. No, not Witcher 3. If a leshen whomps you with its tree-root-arm-thing, consider yourself royally whomped. If you wander into a pack of bandits, make sure your potions and fish and chicken are aplenty and your Quen and Igni signs are good to go. I recall stumbling into a certain wraith and getting wrecked beyond belief, then reloading an old save only to get wrecked by three bandits. This makes the combat feel more... Realistic to me, actually. No matter how hardcore and Jason Statham-esque a dude is, bite off more than you can chew and buddy, you're gonna choke.
Score and voice-acting, all across the board, is Uncharted quality, impeccable and absolutely not wooden... Which is no easy feat when your protagonist is basically medieval Batman. In Skyrim and even Fallout 4, I would find myself rolling my eyes nearly out of my head when an NPC would open their stiff mouth. Geralt has a stony demeanor, but his voice actor really flexes his vocal muscles by making Geralt a round and three dimensional character.
The two expansions, Heart of Stone and Blood and Wine, are both excellent, excellent DLCs and come included in The Complete Edition. Heart of Stone's tale is filled with horror and tragedy, and Blood and Wine injects the game with a heap ton of humor--and they never feel tacked on or cheap or like they should have been already included! Then the 16 free DLC packs, which are all nice! Hundreds upon hundreds of hours of play time for JUST. FIFTY. DOLLARS. So I'm saying in my best, most cheesy salesman voice: "What a deal!"
Like I said, I already own Witcher 3: The Wild Hunt. I've explored every nook & cranny, discovered everything there is to discover, ran and sailed to every marker, destroyed every monster's nest, found every sign stone, hunted every monster on my wild hunt, but I bought The Complete Edition anyway and insist you do, too. Yes, this is a game worth playing, a main character worth getting to know, a world worth getting lost in; but, that's not the only reason I double-dipped and bought this game a second time. CD Projekt Red is a damn fine developer and have worked continually to put out high quality content and constantly improve their game and improve it some more. A patch here, a patch there, eight patches a week! Playing the game now, it is almost a totally different experience altogether and in the best of ways. I want to support them the best I can and encourage everyone else to do the same. They're not just a developer, they're a true friend to gamers.
Now, if you'll excuse me, my medallion is humming.