>praised for great storytelling
My favorite part is when the Wild Hunt is about to get her and she does one of those cliche "I am le chosen one and my powers are triggered by intense emotional occurrences" after Vesemir dies, and ends up killing everybody.
Then she somehow suddenly has full control of her powers.
nothing original full of le chosen moments
and shit gameplay
game of the year allright
>-10/10 gameplay worst of all time
>5/10 graphics and presentation
This game is objectively a 0/10. If you like it instead of Bloodborne the true GOTY you should fucking kill yourself and never play video games again
>A game where a father spends the entire game searching for his Mary Sue daughter who is always one step ahead of him
>Praised as storytelling genius
>A game where a father spends half of the game searching for his son, finds out that he's now a grown man, and has to choose whether to support or oppose him
>Treated as the worst thing ever
>posts on /v/
>doesn't know shit about the gaming industry
COD has never won the majority of GOTY awards maybe ever. In fact latest instaelements do lukewarm with critic scores, usually scoring 8/10
>I never read the books
>thinks movies are the source material
Neither happened, whathisface knife ears made her practice to get them more under control, which she does have to some extent, but she never has anything like a nuke ability in the game again, she's just Guts with teleporting powers.
She didn't have full control of her powers right after though. The very next scene is about how frustrated she is that she can't control her powers no matter how hard she tries.
The game was shit, but it won GOTY because all the other games were even bigger shit and Witcher was the least shit out of them all
It's the best out of the games nominated for GOTY
It's still a shit game
>I can't refute your points
You have won this argument sir. I am truly in awe of your debate prowess. Perhaps you'll win a Social Darwin award soon?
witcher damage controll squad activated
I can't even tell what's real and whats satire anymore, it was a good game it obviously hit the right spot with critics and audiences alike.
It wasn't that better than MGS5 or Bloodborne but it was better ultimately. It is the best game of the year, at least one I've played.
>game established right from the prologue that Ciri has the Elder Blood
>TW3-only plebs don't know what Elder Blood is and are surprised when Ciri turns out to be special
Why am I not surprised?
typical witcher fanboy
my game is shit but the least shit of all
fallout 4, metal gear v and bloodborne are far from shit
fallout is ok, metal gear is a great game and bloodborne is an instant classic
>put words into my mouth
>yeah nah I didn't say that
>"haha bro you didn't refute it! I-I've won!"
Butthurt BloodBoreds still anally ravaged that their piece of shit souls game lost to superior Polish masterpiece. I wish I could be in all your homes right now so I can bully your weeb ass's.
Honestly, I'd say BB is infinitely better than TW3.
However, the gaming press has a hard-on for open world games, no matter how awful they are.
Didn't Skyrim come close to winning GotY too?
>far from shit
You should start doing stand up comedy man you're very good at it
I have a feeling this is bait but
>"I don't like thing"
>I DON'T LIKE THING, so argue to me why I should like THING!
Literally goading someone into an argument without actually arguing his point first. Kind of faggy tbqh (if this edit is to be taken literally). No one is obligated to respond to him even if he did say more than that
>oh but that I DON'T LIKE THING represents an actual argument not just I DON'T LIKE THING
well then the edit should have indicated this by editing that line to be more reasonable as to get its point across
My favorite part is when Ciri is angry and frustrated that she isn't given the respect she deserves by her peers much like a real teenager would be, leading her to lean onto Geralt for emotional support and resulting in some genuine father-daughter moments which contrast starkly with her behavior around Avall'ach and reflect how much Geralt and Ciri have been through together.
>reads genre fiction
>calls others unintelligent
Most of the gripes I have with the game could be solved with mods.
But they could ALSO be solved on consoles if the developers had any foresight.
>A million different kinds of potions
>Only 4 potion slots, even if you have no intention of using bombs
And the whole oil system is stupid. You never run out of oil bottles, and you can apply oil midcombat, so why even bother having charges? All it does is make it so you have to go the menu to keep applying new oil over and over and over unless you just want to ignore it completely. I know theres a mod that auto applies the appropriate oil, but what about us console users?
>"hurr u hold this opinion"
>No I don't, fucking idiot
>"Why didn't you disprove it?"
witcher will fade into obscurity like mass effect did. Wtitcher never had a lot of threads to begin with like bloodborne and stuff so you won't be seeing anything until Cyberpunk is released.
Bloodborne won't until Dark souls 3 comes out. Then expect eternal Dark souls 3 threads.
MGSV won't be remembered until another metal gear comes out, and will just be overlooked by whatever the fuck kojima makes next.
>It won't even be remembered a year from now
oh my....its still discussed and played heavily after a year of its release though
you are idiot
.>yfw living rent free in someone else's head
you realize that you believe memes?
why falout 4 ws bad? because muh textures?
or because muh dialoge?
i beat the game and i had great time with it same goes for metal gear
play games not meme anon
1.12. You could in 1.11 too. Im sure of it, I do it all the time.
Speaking of 1.12, they STILL haven't made it so the game tells if you already have an item or not in your inventory while shopping. Come on, this is like basic Quality of Life 101 for games with 5000 alchemy ingredients.
>shit main story
>forgettable characters save for Red Baron and Lambert (what a prick)
>side quest stories are either shit or fantastic
>combat is only one step above Skyrim's
I can't believe you're actually taking the GOTY seriously.
It had to be a AAA game. That's what the entire show is about. If you ask me, this was the best AAA game this year. It was one of the most fresh and well made games.
The only competitor I can think of is Bloodborne.
>I disagree with your opinion
>I'm too young to properly articulate my point of view
>MEME FUCK MONGOLOID
Well. Stay in school son.
Out of the top of my head
Gothic 2, mgs 1, thief 1,2, morrowind, bioshock 1
Basically any game that provides challenge. The Witcher does not provide challenge at all. It's like an interactive book that lets you pick the dialogues from time to time and forcing you to do the easy and brainless combat that requires you to spam roll and lmb over and over
If I wanted to read a book I would read one. In games I want challenge
>not System Shock
You dun goofed kid
I liked Witcher 3 but have not played MGSV or Bloodborne. If you like those games I am glad you do. I even hope you liked them just as much as I liked Witcher 3. Have a good day and I hope you do well and succeed. :3
see here is were you are wrong
vombat mechanics arent animations
skyrim has terrible animations but the combat works gameplay wise
witcher has better animations on combat but the combat itself is not workind due to horrible item managment , hit boxes, magnet based broken mess core system
I can't stand fallout 4, only played for 2 hours and then tried the settlement building, yep not the game for me, maybe that's because I've been replaying new vegas and older fallout like in 3 days before or so
While in mgsv, it's a hate and love relationship, I fucking hate the story telling yet the gameplay is good enough to keep me going
While in witcher 3, the story and side-quest story that keeps me going, the combat just werks
And congrats for being almost a sane person anon, go back enjoying games, I'm wasting time while redownloading vtmb
>my powers are triggered by intense emotional occurrences
I like that trope. It's like that "world of cardboard" speech, I fucking love any kind of build-up that ends in someone's true power being unleashed.
>that moment when you realize shit's about to get real
>but the combat works
>two three hundred pound lard asses stand in fixed places whacking each other with huge maces
>go into inventory mid way and chug 60 potions
>3 hours later he dies
>drops a basic dagger called "blade of..." some misspelled shit
>repeat 300 times
To be honest, the game should have ended at the Kaer Morhan siege. Gathering all the people you've helped along the way for one final stand against the wild hunt with the quality of ending depending on how many allies you can recruit.
> It's like that "world of cardboard" speech
not even close to being the same thing. one is a dumb HURR I'M MORE POWERFUL ALL OF A SUDDDEN, the other is taking off the kid gloves and going all out because the other guy can handle it.
>what is reading comprehession
My installer was gone, I think I accidentally cut it to somewhere or deletes it, either way, I fucking hate myself right now
Also last run was troubador or that twilight kind, might pick something else that's FUN in a lot of ways, anything else beside malkavian?
This, fucking this, just end it there, that way the game doesn't need to drag on too long
Save the white frost for the next game, wild hunt should've been more fleshed out, make the kaer morhen siege longer
I like The Witcher 3, quite a bit, but I've gotten burned out at the same point in the main story twice now.
Not sure I'll finish it.
By the time you get to about 17~, seems you've seen all the game has to offer gameplay wise, and some of the story pieces drag far too long.
Because humanoid enemies, even more so when fought one-on-one, are incredibly easy in general. Monsters that swarm you are by far the hardest, especially on higher difficulties when you die in a few hits.
And the only reason why Imlerith was harder was because he had that stupid shield and then kept teleporting right behind you repeatedly.
I'll post this here but how important is that free shield spell? I played for a few hours and felt like rubbish using it but group encounters weren't enjoyable without it. Is the game balanced around it or does it eventually stop being effective?