I finally finished The Witcher 3 and oh boy it was a wild ride, emotional and full of tensioned moments. I loved the game more than I expected I will and I’m glad because I was waiting for a while for an open world game that does things better than the usual overrated games of this type. This doesn’t mean The Witcher 3 doesn’t have problems, it actually has in spades and some of them are quite annoying. The arcade combat full of issues, the overall low level difficulty, the annoying interface, the sluggish and unresponsive movement, the diminished sense of discovery through repetitiveness and the lack of some common sense graphical effects are the biggest problems I faced in this game. Some of these problems can be fixed and the others we will have to live with, but this should be no surprise as no game is perfect. One thing is sure, while the other titles in the series were questionable, The Witcher 3 has earned its place in the annals of RPGs and stands proud as the AAA RPG we needed for a long time.
From now on all my writing time will be dedicated to The Witcher 3 review and is going to be done when it's done. I expect an in depth and lengthy review, but the conclusion of it will be no surprise considering the things I mentioned above.