This is my story, not yours. You must let me finish telling it.
Geralt of Rivia, a revered monster slayer who has fought legendary beasts, saved kings, and faced prophecies. Now, as he searches for his lost love, the sorceress Yennefer, and his daughter Cirilla, the destined savior of the world, Geralt’s story approaches its end. While involved in the politics of a war torn land and facing an old, powerful foe, Geralt must not only protect his family, but the rest of the world. The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt concludes the story begun in The Witcher novels by Andrzej Sapkowski and picked up by game developer CD Projekt Red. Not only did CDPR deliver a massive game with exciting mechanics in swordplay and magic, a living, breathing fantasy world, and strong and enticing story and characters, but they also set the gold standard for DLC and microtransactions. After a year of offering free DLC missions, items, and cosmetics, their Hearts or Stone and Blood and Wine DLC offered new lands, monsters, and stories as massive and complete as the base game. Not only do I give The Witcher 3 five stars, but I consider it to be one of the best games I’ve ever played.