ooodrin;n9388741 said:Yes, in a lot of ways, TW3 is my favorite in the series (books-oriented main storyline, presence of some characters I wanted to see since forever, open world and sidequests that didn't bore me to death after 15-20h, overall presentation, soundtrack...).
I've seen no reason to worry about political correctness yet.
What if catering to book fans (who can be very vocal when it comes to any adaptation, be it a movie or game) and not wanting to offend them is also a kind of political correctness, compared for example to the first game? It might not be exactly the right term, but it is along similar lines. Not to mention the open world, was it really needed and useful, or just following industry trends at the expense of content quality? I still do not know how to view several things about TW3, only after the release of future games will it be possible if tell if they indicate some kind of trend or not.