So I finally tore myself away from Borderlands 2, just as I’d completed True Vault Hunter Mode and was starting Ultimate Vault Hunter Mode.
The game was getting very interesting, and with the new permanent weapon drop boosts coming, things were looking up…. That is, until Witcher 3 by CD Projekt Red came along.
I was hesitant at first, (the look of it reminded me a lot of Dragons Age: Origins, a game that got repetitive very quickly) but I took the plunge, spent my hard earned cash and stuck it in the drive anyway.
The game didn’t start off too well for me, with Geralt having no arms…
— Feint Zebra (@feintzebra) May 20, 2015
So I started the game again, and this time he had arms – kind of a shame now I think back, as I could have recorded some great scenes.
And that’s where my life has pretty much ended. I’ve now been playing this game for at least 100 hours and I’m not bored in the slightest.
I started off going through the story mode but soon got sidetracked with those pesky question marks dotted around the map. Some of these lead to treasure hunts, some to monster nests and some to new areas, which in turn opened up more question marks and side quests. Then I started off on the side quests. Some of the side quests presented (which take 10 minutes on some games) can take hours to complete and are as enjoyable as the main story itself.
So that’s where I’m up to.
I’m level 21, have a raft of side quests, Witcher contracts and treasure hunts still to complete, and with some of these claiming that I need to be level 35 to have a chance of completing, I know I have another 100+ hours of enjoyment to come.
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