I remember I bounced off The Witcher 3 when I first played it in 2015. There I was, Geralt T. Witcher, rocking up to the quaint town of White Orchard like, “I am here to save the day! No need to be strong, for I am here now friends”, before glancing at my map and promptly logging off. Nah, not for me this. All these map markers? Yeah, just a bit much mate.
But ha, now look at me! Curled in my chair like a shrimp and about to finish The Witcher 3 after five long years. It has taken a monumental effort, but I can finally tick off the game everyone bangs on about and move onto the next game that everyone has already started banging on about, Cyberpunk 2077.
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