PENK wrote:I never really got into Prey and instead went back to The Witcher 3. I still haven't finished it: it's too bloody big! I think I'm approaching the endgame (though I then have the DLC to get stuck into), but have been too busy trying to get really good at the card game and collect all the special cards (I already missed some apparently due to getting barred from a pub somewhere!).
I like this kind of game where there's lots of adventure and exploration and unlike other similar games, the plot of Witcher 3 keeps my attention and the dialogue is gritty and witty, with strong characters and a good awareness and subversion of genre tropes.
I tried the Prey demo on PS4 and was massively disappointed. I didn't think it was mechanically good at all.
The Witcher 3 is something I bought on the day of release and played for about 5 hours solidly but then stopped. I really enjoyed it but I'm afraid to go back because I know how much of a time vacuum it is, but I know it will become one of my favourite games despite the issues I had with it - mainly the combat which I found a little underwhelming and convoluted.
Only thing is, they released the new Dishonored game today and I've got that cued up as well... good job I'm on leave and my daughter still takes two 90-minute naps a day!
I loved Dishonored 1 and saw 2 on sale for £5 so I bought it. All I've done is installed it but I've not even opened the application yet. There's too many games