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Dishonored: Death of the Outsider
Dishonored: Death of the Outsider
FF XV Windows Ed
Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition
Darksiders Genesis
Darksiders Genesis
The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening Switch
The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening Switch
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The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt GOTY
The Witcher 3 is without any doubt one of the best games I've ever played. The story, allegedly loyal to the original book series I haven't read, is what really amazed me. The main story line isgreat, but many side quests and optional missions are even better IMO. TW3 often presents you with really difficult moral dilemmas and backstories of strangers which will tug at your heartstrings as a player even though you barely brush over them, and Geralt remains impassible as usual. Some of your choices are not only difficult but also alter the story (there is a canon version, but you can make your own story).This might not be your game if what you seek is constant action, but if you want an organic storytelling, thrilling adventures, and rewarding exploration, hop on Roach and go find the thousands of monsters, treasures, peasants in need of help and bandits waiting out there.

I feel like the music also deserves to be praised as much as the graphics or maybe even more. It does not only fit the times you live in and mood of each moment (battles, riding, social events) but is a masterpiece per se. The graphics show an improvement compared to previous games, and there isn't really anything I can say against them. Mechanically, TW3 is at first challenging, but once you memorize the basics you'll find doging, attacking, casting signs and throwing bombs as easy as riding a bike. Despite of the massive amount of potions and concoctions you brew, and the bestiary you will need if you don't want to spend ten minutes with a strong creep, his could be the only game that makes learning actually fun.

Gameplay-wise, it took me a few hours to get used to all the control and basic stuff you need to memorize (same as most longgames) but once you do you can see it behaves like most MMORPGs in the way you are given quests which you follow in your map and will lead to other quests, except you're on your own here, a lone wolf. Most of the time you will play as Geralt, but sometimes you get to experience what Ciri went through escaping from the Wild Hunt. (I won't lie, I enjoyed being as overpowered as hell as Ciri too.) The major negative point of TW3 is that some quests will lock out others; of course, it wouldn't make sense to accept a quest from someone you just watched die, would it? That and a few bugs.

Overall, a must play. Totally recommended.
Dishonored 2
Even though the storyline is identical to the first Dishonored, and most of the mechanics are the same, the first game pales in comparison to Dishonored 2. It's not only the graphics that have improved on this second installment, or the possibility of choosing between two characters: It's much more than that.
With a huge variety of weaponry and supernatural skills, many ways to achieve the same goal and even different pathways, this game has a huge replay value.
There are as many playstyles as players, and there is always something left to find. Dishonored is not about rushing to your goal, but rather about making something fun out of the game: Challenge yourself to NEVER be seen, to not kill anybody (or to kill EVERY SINGLE PERSON), to play without powers, to play with both characters and upgrade different powers. Maybe make something creative; creative kills are definitely the best.

So, what else has improved? First of all, the guards are no longer stupid: They will not always react as you expect, but they will react very quickly even to things they don't see, such as people missing. Their behavior is more human, and they are harder to fool when on alert. When fighting, elite soldiers may dodge attacks, block them, predict your movements... Their realistic AI is a critical improvement as it makes stealth much difficult without a strategy, and battling actually fun as it requires a correct timing and some mechanical skill.
Trying new skills is also fun, though as always, constantly freezing time or mesmerizing people can make the game boring. It's all about being creative.

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