Thursday, 2 June 2016
Witcher 3: Blood and Wine (Video Game Review)
Every RPG likes to go out with a bang, and when it comes to big budget open world releases, the results tend to be spectacular. With Dragon Age: Inquisition we had Trespasser, which gave much needed closure to many characters while setting up its sequel. With Fallout 4 we recently had Far Harbour, which took players to a vastly new land and offered a far more dynamic situation than the relatively black and while conflict against the Institute. With Skyrim, there was Dragonborn which transported players to a Cthulian realm and delved deep into the world's history. Yet all of them pale before CD Projekt RED's final hurrah to the Witcher franchise.