The Witcher 3 : Wild Hunt Review

In The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, the sacred is always at war with the profane, and beauty is always at war with blood. The series has always contrasted its world's physical glamor with its intrinsic violence, but never has that contrast been this uneasy, this convulsive. That The Witcher 3 depicts the immediate brutality of battle in great detail is not a surprise; many games fill the screen with decapitated heads and gory entrails. It's the way this incredible adventure portrays the personal tragedies and underhanded opportunities that such battles provide that makes it so extraordinary.

  The Witcher 3 : Wild Hunt Review

  •  Phenomenal, beautiful open world that juxtaposes violence with beauty
  • Absorbing story wonderfully balances world politics and personal conflict
  • Fantastic detailing reveals the consequences of your actions
  • Armor designs, potion system, and sign upgrades provide an excellent sense of growth
  • There's so much to do--almost all of it brimming with quality

  •  Some disruptive bugs