???[/quote]mariusz10 said:[quote author=daerdin link=topic=4826.msg167988#msg167988 dat :-\e=1194774608]as many of you - dear users - start new topics jus :-\t to say how much you liked the game or how much you are disappointed with it i suggest putting all you opinions here in this single topic. Hope this helps keeping our board nice and neat
You can try the first two parts of the "Gothic" series - the first installment of the saga is probably the only PC game when you start actually feeling small and insignificant, and have to claw your way to greatness (in "Gothic 2" this feeling is also present, but not to such an extent). "Gothic 3" has been widely criticised, however, and very few people actually like it, so it's up to you if you want to give it a try.Since you say you've already played BG and NwN, you probably also know "Planescape: Torment", but if you don't, well, there's a game to love.Maybe something old? Yes, even older than BG - "Albion" and the first part of the "Lands of Lore" saga are also brilliant games to play.And, to finish off - if you don't like any of these games, there is always traditional RPG... And you can't go wrong with thatohsosweet said:Loved this game - finished it twice now and for me it is one of the best games I have played so far along with the baldurs gate and neverwinter nights series. I have also played Oblivion however and found this as boring as hell! I now want to buy other games in this genre but the trouble is most of the reviews are done by the website owners who have a vested interest in whatever they promote (and I suspect get backhanders by the industry to promote their particular game). So - do any of you have recommendations on any other PC games that are good? (Obviously not as good as this one!)
Can you elaborate? I can't think of any such situation... ???I'm not trying to force you into loving the game, or argue with your point... I'm just curiousBeeszz said:Also, you often need out of game information about what is going to happen so you prepare Geralt for things he cannot know ingame.
I will try to explain..I see it like this..I wrote the above post after the visit to the Detective in Scene II. But it resembles the situation with slaying the Beast. After starting the talk with the Detective you start a long sequence that ends in Geralt eavesdropping the Salamanders and then being attacked by them without you can do a thing. Normally I would expect Geralt to prepare for a fight before he engages: drinking potions, having a good sword in his hand, right attack mode. Now he just drops in, and because you don't know what is going to happen when you start the first talk with the Detective, you cannot be prepared. So, the first time you probably will lose the fight. Now that you know what is going to happen, you can go back to a previous save game and be prepared for the Salamander fight. This is what I mean: you use information about things that are going to happen in the future. Things that Geralt cannot know and for me this conflicts with the RPG feeling. It would have been better to stop the sequence just before the fight: Geralt sees the enemies and can prepare for what he sees. Yeah, maybe I am a nerd ;D ;DRykNiedwiedzia said:Can you elaborate? I can't think of any such situation... ???
That said, I can see a lot of effort has been done to make a beautiful game and can understand a lot of people loving it. For me, I would have liked it better if I, as a player, would have been a bit more in control of the game.RykNiedwiedzia said:I'm not trying to force you into loving the game, or argue with your point... I'm just curious
And yet, if you read through this topic, you can find people who actually DO hate "The Witcher".callofstalker said:it's so silly opening a topic named love it vs hate it how can a person hate the witcher it's a perfect game except for a few things and errors but even with these things it still makes me pity to producers for they can't have much more fun than us playing the game cause they knew every little bit about it