Started playing Witcher 3, and basically just reached the 2nd area of the game. Jesus, they aren’t kidding when they say the game is huge. The first area is of a modest size, with about 8-10 sidequests and only 1 real town. The second area map has like 10 notice boards containing god knows how many side quests and several towns to explore.
Starting to get really into it. The dialogue is very good, alot of games like Skyrim I don’t tend to enjoy the overly medieval style dialogue but in Witcher that kindof style isn’t too heavy which I like. Do feel like I am missing out on a bit of context having not played Witchers 1 and 2, like the deal with Yen and this Triss Marigold woman I’m meant to meet up with next.
Not to mention I don’t really feel like I get what either faction is “about” so far. 1 side quest gave me a choice to let a spy for one side go or turn him in to the other side, and I wound up letting him go and I have no idea if that was a good idea or not.
Minor niggles just to say.