Is Witcher 3 destined to be a classic, seen in the future like we see games like Planescape Torment and Baldur's Gate 2?
Seeing as it's still being compared by every game I'd say the game is quite successful.
>That guy who kept making threads about how MGSV was better than Witcher 3
>threads about how Fallout 4 was better
>threads about how Xenoblade was better
>endless threads about how Bloodborne was better
Definitely. Not because its some super amazing game, but because it was a competently made game with its own distinct personality that happened to be released in a relatively weak year for gaming.
It did a lot of things right and very few things wrong and I hope it drives other devs/pubs to aspire to at least the same level of quality.
Fallout 4 has broader appeal, is the next game in a popular franchise and the next game from a popular studio and it was easier to access (not being ps4 exclusive).
I didn't like FO4, but normies seemed to love it.
Yes. It genuinely advanced the gaming industry and hit so many nails straight on the head.