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Gone back to TW3 to play Blood and Wine. It’s like coming home.
Even if the main quest is not up to the standard of Hearts of stone (yet), the writing is always - always - lucid and concise, and Geralt’s character is a prime fictional/RPG hybrid, both a blank canvas on which to project and an aloof, cool, powerful presence. Sometimes however, he forgets to put on his make-up.
Having delved into RPG’s a little more I can understand the criticism that it doesn’t fully rise above the open world trappings, but… even just the costumer design makes every session rewarding. The entrance of the giant at the start of the campaign (not pictured) seems better ‘action cinema’ than a lot of ‘action cinema’.
Most of all, I have a thing about the great outdoors, so far as lush vegetation and wildflowers go. Whilst it’s grey and barren outside, the wonderful scenery is as close to a fix as I will get my. Ansel is pretty good fun too.
Happy Christmas to all RPS’ers…
…and good night to all.