Game review: The Witcher 3 PC edition

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Remember last week I spoke about my new gaming PC and how much I love it? Well, truth be told it was mostly to buy one game, one masterpiece. The Witcher 3 Wild Hunt. I have always wanted to adjust the graphics and see what I can do; the last time I played it was on my Xbox one and that wasn’t the best graphics ever…

I mean I have a very good graphics card now – still wanting to get a better one eventually, but this one I have is amazing.

So back to the Witcher 3 PC edition

I was playing the version with both DLC’s being Blood and Wine as well as Hearts of Stone. Seeing as I have only just started playing this on my PC, I can’t comment on the graphics in the later stage of the game, but I can comment on the storyline from when I played it initially.

The main story of this game is everything I could have hoped for everything from the engaging storyline (so engaging in fact that I did research so that I could learn more about the characters and events mentioned in the game) to the amazing side quests and not to mention Gwent.

Hearts of Stone took a while for me to get into (mostly cause I was crushing pretty hard on Yennefer at the time). Never the less I did get into it eventually and loved the quests and the Runemaster, that was an amazing addition.

Then came Blood and Wine… my oh my, what a legendary DLC, this really did take the Witcher to another level for me.

It doesn’t matter if you play it on PC or console, the Witcher 3 is really one of the best games I have ever played.

Pippa Ratings:

Gameplay – 10/10
Presentation –  10/10
Enjoyment – 5/5
Other – 5/5

Final Score: 30/30

Conclusion:

This game to me is a perfect game. The Witcher 3 PC edition just takes it to the next level. The graphics can actually bring a tear to your eye.