Hmm i don't see why not...they were unarmored opponents....with enough force and a sharp blade you could cut like that....not to mention that Geralt is a master swordsman....he knows how to use that weapon to its full potential
There is a little bit too much gore they should tone it down. I like seeing the occasional decapitation here and there though.
There should be potions like Rook that increase Geralt's strength as well as the rate of decapitations so you really feel like a fucking badass and see the difference of preperation.
I would have less decapitations without potions, and taking rook while make you decipatite like the current state of the combat
Stating one's opinion is ridiculous? Sorry, but your statement above is ridiculous. The purpose of a forum like this IS to talk about stuff like that. It's not a blind praising mechanism for CDPR or anything.Tell you all what. The complaint of such a thread is ridiculous. It's ruining my game. Turn off gore if you dunwan it rather than keep whining so others cannot have. It's making me so furious I wanna cut the thread poster with the sword myself.
Waaa waaa I don't like it... Waa waa Geralt suppose to kill his opponent with dancing move and not decapitation waaa waa.
I believe previous witcher wasn't staying true to the books. Correct me if I'm wrong.
Just...you are not. Geralt is a very good sword fighter with some improved senses who is able to use weak magical signs. He is in no way really super powered.I personally love it. I think it looks great, especially the dynamic nature of it, and fits the game well considering you are playing as a super powered mutant killing machine.
Very good post, thanks.While I don't really find it lore-breaking - countless limbs and heads were severed throughout the books - too much of it and too frequent dismemberment will make the combat feel more silly than mature. Since there is a lot more combat in the games than it is in the books, it needs to be toned down and made into a semi-rare occurrence, lest they risk making the combat come off as more childish rather than adult. That being said, I wouldn't be surprised if they actually had dialled up the chance of dismemberment specifically for these latest presentations, in an attempt to draw more attention (lowest common denominator: sex and violence); I'm fairly confident that it will be more balanced in the final product.