Thank you for the reply, I really appreciate it. I look forward to trying one of the games.Welcome aboard, @kristelwithak !
If you've just embarked into gaming, I'd suggest either The Witcher III, or The Wticher 2 as a starting point. The Witcher (the first game) has some very good story elements, but its game mechanics can be a bit frustrating and off-putting to newcomers; therefore, you may want to hold off on the first game, until you've decided whether you'd like to give it a try.
The Witcher III is probably the most approachable of the Series, in terms of play. Although knowledge of the previous entries can be useful, it's not necessary to enjoy Wild Hunt and its expansions.
Please, feel free to ask, if you've further questions.
Hi!The first game is amazing I think you're in for a ride, my friend.
My only tip would be to give yourself a bit of a breather if you're planning on playing all of the games (which you should).
Last summer I remember deciding to read every book back-to-back and then play all of the games in order. It was a lot of fun, but by the time I got to Blood&Wine I was really burned out and almost not paying attention.
I still loved it, of course, but I should've given myself a bit of time to breathe so I could properly enjoy the story