Second map? I’m in a bar talking about Yennifer to every person in there.
She can fuck off too
Gets better/more terrifying as it goes on. Great game.
This is why nobody likes talking to you.
If Netrunner got killed so it can be relicensed as the Gwent equivalent in Cyberpunk 2077, I will literally never shut up about it.
Yeah I’m a little afraid of heading into the deep. I’ve already nearly soiled myself after being suddenly minced by some giant spindly bastard.
bloody hell you’re right at the start, give it a chance
Really? It’s been about an hour already.
I’ve had an animated intro to the world, a tutorial that turned out to be a dream, a sunset ride to a town, approx 90 conversations about a woman stinking of gooseberries and a game of gwent.
Doesn’t sound bad. it’s a 100+ hour sprawling RPG. Once you start getting hooked into the side stuff and all the little stories and lore of this world, it’s hard to let go. Wonderful world building in that game. Bleak, but great.
Especially if you have an interest in the smell of gooseberries.
Not a proper horror game per se - it’s a survival game set on an oceanic planet. It just happens to have a selection of terrifying alien sea bastards and dark caves. I’m only 2 hours in but I’d recommend it on looks and vibe alone.
Fair enough. I’m impatient and like to get going.
Skyrim is a huge sprawling RPG too, but I was running from a dragon and fighting guards in the first 10 minutes.
Defo give it time to shine. As someone who was feeling a lot of open-world-fatigue it totally restored my faith in the genre. It’s astonishing in its depth.
Yeah. Very different beast to Skyrim. Much more dialogue driven and decision based. But there are sub plots in that game which will stay with you long after. It was a bit of a game changer when it came out in terms of storytelling for a game from what is essentially a European independent developer
Wait til you get to the frying pan quest. That shit tops anything Skyrim has to offer.
You have to cook gooseberries with it.
Well I played Witcher 3 for hours because my gaming buddy implored me to give it another go after it left me cold. Still leaves me cold. Really don’t get it. I mean I quite like a lot of the story elements but not enough to stick with the game: if the GAME element of a game isn’t that engaging and the cutscenes and dialogue are interesting I still feel like I’d rather be watching a high quality TV series or a film frankly.
If you end up not liking W3 then I’ll be really releived to know it isn’t just me: at the moment I feel like a club of 1.
This is how I feel when people start gushing about Bloodbourne.
Yes they are very similar situations except for the fact that Bloodborne is a 10/10 work of amazing gaming genius…