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The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt (2015)

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Geralt of Rivia, a monster hunter for hire, embarks on an epic journey to find his former apprentice, Ciri, before The Wild Hunt can capture her and bring about the destruction of the world.


Marcin Blacha (lead writer), Borys Pugacz-Muraszkiewicz (head writer) | 14 more credits »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Doug Cockle ... Geralt (voice)
Denise Gough ... Yennefer (voice)
Jo Wyatt ... Ciri (voice)
Jaimi Barbakoff Jaimi Barbakoff ... Triss (voice)
Katie McGuinness ... Keira (voice)
James Clyde ... Baron (voice)
Christian Contreras ... Lambert (voice)
Richard Hawley Richard Hawley ... Dijkstra / Caleb Menge / Francis Bedlam (voice)
John Schwab ... Dandelion (voice)
Alexander Morton ... Zoltan Chivay (voice)
Sarah Greene ... Cerys an Craite (voice)
Allen Leech ... Hjalmar an Craite (voice)
Michael Maloney ... Avallac'h (voice)
Tom Clarke Hill ... Eskel (voice)
Gary Lilburn ... Crach an Craite (voice)

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The witcher Geralt of Rivia in the search for his fellow lover the sorceress Yennefer of Vengerberg learns that his former witcher apprentice Cirilla who disappeared years ago has returned to Temeria and is being chased by The Wild Hunt, a group of riders of the night which pressence brings omen of death and destruction to anything that crosses their path. Geralt then sets on a quest to find Cirilla before The Wild Hunt gets to her first. Written by Juanka Riascos

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In Velen, there will be a cemetery nearby with two statues of angels near the front door. When you walk through the front door and then come back out, the two statues have moved. Whenever you turn your back on the statues and then turn around again, they will be looking at you. This is a reference to the Weeping Angels from Doctor Who. See more »


Ciri: [sweet and sad, to Geralt] What can you know about saving the world, silly? You're but a witcher.
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The Wild Hunt is a Wild Ride, In a Wild, Cruel World
21 May 2019 | by hydroshock-84478See all my reviews

"How do you like that silver?" - Geralt of Rivia

I, for one, like that silver. If I were a monster about to be slain, I would at least like it to be Geralt to slay me, and to hear those words... (Okay, that sounded better in my head).

Anyone, this is a gorgeous and lively game, saying the least. And it is a grower. I initially thought that this game was good, but somewhat boring. It just didn't click, I felt it overrated, and I ended up leaving it for a while due to loss of interest. But I came back to it, and it is one of the best decisions I've made. My increased liking didn't come immediately, but over time, this game has worked its way up to earning a 10/10 from me, to becoming my favorite open world game, to becoming my favorite video game, period. It is definitely a game you'll have to get used to first, especially if you have never played any other Witcher game. But if you give it time, you may realize what a piece of art and amazing achievement this is.

As mentioned before, this game is gorgeous. Sure, its graphics aren't the most realistic when compared to other games, but it still looks so believable and so detailed. And once the fantasy elements kick in, it is some of the best imagination put into a video game. There are numerous kinds of creatures apart from humans, both docile and hostile. The open world itself is huge and has tons of various places to explore, from plains, to mountains, to actual kingdoms and villages. Each of those places looks inspired by some civilization in history, with its own spin, of course. And the variety between experiencing friendly and unfriendly societies throughout the journey is quite noticeable. Speaking of which, the main journey is 40-50 hours, with the entire game giving nearly 200 hours. Now that is an adventure, and not in the way where there will be actual grinding. There actually is A LOT of content, pretty well-varied.

The story is among the most epic and well-written I have ever experienced. As a die-hard Uncharted fan, I struggled to find as much enjoyment in other single-player stories as Uncharted. But I started to find those in Batman: Arkham, Infamous, and of course, this game. The characters are among the best I have seen, and I deeply cared for each one. That doesn't happen often. Each character is different and likeable in their own ways, and almost anyone you meet is also a badass in combat, whether they're a sorcerer/sorceress, warrior, or even a witcher like you.

The quests themselves are also great, obviously. I was so sad to see the main quest come to an end when I beat it. Even though I got the happiest ending out of all the possible endings (same with the DLCs), I felt empty. That's how great it was. It often changes between tense dialogue, intense action, humor, mystery, and laid-back downtime with those Geralt area as family. Hardly did any of it feel repetitive. And the side quests themselves are a fun ride. Instead of being shallow side activities, those quests have their own stories too, and there is a wide range of that. Some can be simple and trivial, while others involve eliminating a group of bandits or a dangerous monster. If you want to be guaranteed to hunt down and kill a monster, look no further than witcher contracts, which are sure to give you generous rewards afterwards, in addition.

And of course, the gameplay itself is super fun. I feel the combat system fluid, and it is a unique type, mixing magic and swordplay. That already sounds like Dark Souls, but I doubt it is the same (haven't play Dark Souls, so I don't know). But it is unique nonetheless. Upon exploring the vast world, you have a horse to travel with, and activities other than quests include clearing out bandit camps, saving people in distress, finding hidden treasure, competing in horse races, and more. There is much to do and so much to find. And the bosses are epic as well. The may not be the most challenging, but some certainly are a challenge.

I could go on and on about why I got so hooked with this game. There is so much to say about it, and I couldn't think of any flaws, besides the long loading times. The amount of work CDPR put into this just feels like they spoil us gamers, especially with the two DLC packs feeling like full games on their own. This is my first single-player game where I passed the 100-hour mark and I still feel like I have much to do. Again, I'm so glad I allowed myself the opportunity to give this game a second chance, because I would have really misses out. Given that, I pity anyone who hasn't played this yet. It is not just a game, but an immersive experience, a really good one at that.

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19 May 2015 (USA) See more »

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The Witcher 3: Blood and Wine See more »

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