Interesting stuff about The Witcher books. Shame that the guy who wrote them is a douche, and in a way, a little sorry he got so little. OK, the guy might not be cool but at the end of the day the games may not have succeeded without the source material. I dunno, I feel like he deserves at least a small cut if you ask me, but then, I tend to dislike alot of these business deals.
Anyway, as for The Witcher 3, making some good progress. When I upgraded my silver sword, suddenly level 6 bosses wern’t so tough. I’m level 12 now, and making a habit to keep upgrading my gear every 2-3 levels. I finished the Bloody Baron and Keira Mitz storylines, and both were pretty excellent, especially the Bloody Baron questline. Very mature storytelling there. I do find it mildly funny though that considering the shit that happens in the BB quest though, you can still play Gwent with the guy, like Geralt doesn’t like the guy but he apparently tolerates him enough to play a card game with him.
Speaking of Gwent, I got to be honest, I really do not care for it. I’ve only played it twice and it’s not a game I find terribly interesting. Find it funny integrated it is in the game, and I believe they even made a spin-off game about it? Don’t know what you guys think of it, but may wind up being the bunch of side quests I just not bother with.
Using oils alot more too, especially when I realised that once you craft an oil, you can apply it infinite times. The oil against humans especially is useful since that is what I use my steel sword on most of the time, and the silver sword is good for using oils on to prepare for boss fights.
Definetly enjoying myself. Honestly, my only real gripe is that I don’t like it when I have to play as Ciri in flashbacks. I just don’t really find her that interesting, and I really do feel like I need to of played the previous games to really care about this character.