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A great campaign mod. Makes Empire: Total War shine again. The post-installation guide seems to be quite confusing though.
Sims from this installment of the series look really good, quite unlike the fuglies of TS3.
Besides, Kastrenzo (who rated the game 1/10) is kinda right, the game is heavily stripped of features, but the devs, nonetheless, managed to add content patches (YES, patches that add new content) over the years, something rarely done for AAA games, so it's forgivable.
Untested, dumbed-down and limited expansion packs and DLC (compared to TS3 x-packs) are much less excusable. None of the "expansion packs" feels like a big content pack. Yet again, Maxis managed to fix some of the more annoying bugs from the un-QA-ed x-packs that made them nearly unplayable or plain broken... yet... still no money for attesters to properly test the latest dlc packs, Mr Elephant in the Room aka EA, eh? "Best to save money that was to be spent on testers, let the devs sort bugs out" is the latest EA motto.
Overall, a good game, becoming better and better somehow thanks to Maxis, but really bad downsized DLC and extremely bad corporate policies, the latter, quite obviously, thanks to EA.
Quite cool back in the day. Played it so many years ago.
Decently refined with its potential brought out to maximum, unlike its predecessors Witcher 1 and Witcher 2, W1 that had clunky combat and roaming, and extremely linear W2 with quite an awkward level design (that climbing a ladder hurdle of W2!) and heavily limited exploration options, W3 really rises to the occasion.
Super fluid, rich in quests, monsterhunt contracts and open world roaming, multiple story endings and choices without being condemned to W2 linearity, this gem is the only good game in the Witcher series and probably one of the greatest RPGs out there and possibly even open world games in general.
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