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Never Too Late For Witcher Wild Hunt

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I thought I was done with video games after playing Breath of the Wild, my first game in literally decades. I watched a let's play of Witcher Wild Hunt and saw a good price for it for the Switch and now I'm 20 levels in. This game is amazing. The characters. The quests. The open world. I never thought I'd obsess over potions, decoctions, armor, abilities, etc... I watched the let's plays of Skyrim and The Last of Us and those did not appeal to me. The Witcher immediately was compelling. Now I understand more of the Netflix show. Probably 1/3 done and spent a ton of time on it already. I don't know where people get the time to play these things or they just don't finish these games.

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I finished the main quest about a week ago, got a bad ending and restarted a save it to get the good one, lol.

This is quite the game. So that makes two games I've played since 2000. Breath of the Wild and this.

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I finished the game with the ending I wanted and also the two DLCs a couple of weeks ago. I like this game more than BotW although BotW was quite something.

Now debating whether to get the new Xbox or Playstation. I guess it'll depend on MSFS mostly, I like some of the PS exclusives like Ghosts of Tsushima and Horizon Zero Dawn. Don't want a gaming PC though. Will wait and see.

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