Turns out I was just in the tutorial area. All the Walking, all the Talking, all the Side Tracking, all the Piles of pointless Quests, It's just hard to play it and I keep on forcing myself to push forward just so I could beat it and start the 2nd game and then after that, id start the 3rd one because I have a Tendency to start from the first game onward when it comes to a Story-Based Game. I made this mistake. A gaming sub free from the hype and oversaturation of current releases, catering to gamers who wait at least 6 months after release to play a game. Perhaps the developers want to save cost but want the game looks longer. Witcher 3 is so full with dialogues and lore that it becomes replacable and boring after a while. No need to force yourself to play, it's a game, not a chore.
All trademarks are property of their respective owners in the US and other countries. I don't exactly recall if they had as slow a start as 3 but I do recall, when I first played 3, wondering if it was truly an open world or if it was going to be like 2 where there were series of small worlds. Geralt proving his innocence becomes a back story to the political conflict with Kaedwen Scoiatel and the rest of the factions. Is the story of Witcher two as good as the first one? Finishing a book/game/movie that you don't like is a pointless punishment. Spent 40% of time to run back and forth on a big map or struggle to find the exit.
Still, I never felt that magic that people say this game has so I wanted to try this out again, maybe I missed something. Very slow start. The gameplay in itself is subpar (most of it is "go use Witcher sense" or "go see X", the characters you meet are boring and the motive of the main story has never been enjoyable for me). I'm far from a 'rabid Witcher fan', and honestly appreciated the slow start. I hated them at first, and now they're some of my favorite games of all time. Press J to jump to the feed. Hadn't got into those kinds of games yet, really... and it was so different from Assassin's Creed lol. It is definitely slow but is not paced like any of the other areas.
I played the first and got really annoyed by the beginning. I finished it once in 2016 and it didn't wow me but I felt it was a good game. Edit: Yes, judging by the replies, you absolutely can love it later. I love to play it when I need a break from modern blockbuster games.
Whether it's price, waiting for bugs/issues to be patched, DLC to be released, don't meet the system requirements, or just haven't had the time to keep up with the latest releases. It too about 6-7 hours of forcing myself through a really boring start before I fell in love. Been there. But...why?
I doubt you'll reach the level of enjoyment that sparked the "praise geraldo" memes anyway. Sorry guys.
this. It was def a slow start. One of the finest games to come from Russia. It's obvious you don't like the game, screw it. Eh I didn't get it at first. I started the game and quit during the beginning. Can someone be bored at the start that much and still love the game after? Now I'm at the second game. Is Chapter 2 the part in the swamp? Spent 40% of time to run back and forth on a big map or struggle to find the exit.
Though with Ass Creed I am pretty sure the first half of the game just had significantly less time put into it. I thought that part was kind of cool but yeah there's a lot of backtracking and running around in town and back and forth from the swamp. Plenty of other stuff to play. I finished it once in 2016 and it didn't wow me but I felt it was a good game. Henry Cavill and a lot of nude mages can’t save The Witcher. Spent 50% of time to read or listen the boring conversations. I know there are games that have a slow start, but at least most of them that I've played have something great about them in the beginning (characters, motive or gameplay) and Witcher 3 has none in the beginning. This is boring. I quit the game abd picked it up again half a year later and loved it then, i thought white orchid was a little boring as an area but i was too wrapped up in how gorgeous the game was, and i never had any issues with the combat, i thought it was fun and pretty dynamic. Skip to main content . The tutorial is full of dialogue (thank god you can skip it) and you can skip the combat tutorial too, but White Orchid (the first real area) is boring as hell for me. As for the slow start, i dunno, i'm a rabid witcher fan so can't be very impartial but it never felt slow. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. (Rented 2 for literally a day because I did some combat in the tutorial and didn't like it. playing this before Witcher 3 for the first time - WOW this is bad. I know I'm going to get destroyed for this like a derailed Amtrak but I need to say it anyway.
There was nothing to draw me in. A fantasy book I have was unbearable the first few times, and eventually became one of my favorites ever and I've read the following like 10 books and had the time of my life.
Not hard, but annoying especially on harder difficulties.
I felt the magic from the start, it didn't have to grow on me. Skyrim did it better. If you just say screw it after not liking something immediately, you're probably missing out on a lot of things you might've liked, New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast, More posts from the patientgamers community.
I haven't played this in ages but thinking about reinstalling it and finally completing it.
Done that. Playing it on the highest difficulty level may spice it up a bit (personally, the other levels are just too easy and repetitive for me, considering the battle system.). White Orchard was basically a tutorial. I love the game but I have to agree that the first area is dull. Where can I find?Gadwall potion or formula.
It sets you up to know all of the processes of doing things on your own for the entire rest of the game.
Netflix's high-fantasy drama, released Dec. 20 on the streaming service and based on a book series and video game, is in fact a very, very bad TV show. Consoles I own: Genesis, SAT, N64, DC, PS2, GBA, XBOX, PSP, X360, DS, Wii, GC, PS3, WiiU, PS4, XONE, New3DS, NesMini, SnesMini, Switch, NeoGeoMini, PS Classic. Witcher 3's beginning is extremely boring I'll start off by saying that I never saw Witcher 3 as the masterpiece most people say it is. You could make an argument that this might be on board with Dragon Age Inquisition and while it's not an ultimately terrible game, The Witcher 3 is FAR from "the best rpg ever made" like many review sites claim. About to play the game again, Roche or Iorveth?
Or...not slower than the rest of the game. Both KOTOR games had boring intros but based on the pretty high acclaim I muscled through them and didn't regret it one bit, I always did the skip peragus/talos mods on subsequent playthroughs though.
All rights reserved. I mean we've seen this before. Am I the only one who hates Witcher's beginning or is this how most people feel about it?
Have you never in your life given something a second chance? After getting into Soulsborne, I'm sure I could've enjoyed it), I loved Witcher after I got into the swing of things, but it took me like 7 tries to pick up the game because it’s so slow paced at the start. The Witcher is not the Game of Thrones successor it wants to be. I'm also a rabid Witcher fan. This is boring. Chapter 2 definitely is the slowest with all the backtracking quests, especially the Mage's Tower quest. I love the detective work in Chapter 2, personally. I am a mid age gamer. Watched playthroughs of the first two. If I went back and played it now, I would probably like it. I had 4 attempts, with the 5th being the most recent (I closed the game 4 mins ago) and the beginning is so boring. Story was such a let down from witcher 2 and nothing else really made up for it besides a pretty yet empty feeling world. Thought it was one of the strongest points of the game. Last time I played, I remember I started liking this game in Velen at the Baron because I really enjoyed the atmosphere and the story in that one. This is a great Russian RPG. "The Witcher" is not a good TV show. I thought it was so slow.
© 2020 CBS Interactive Inc. All rights reserved. I am very happy that I persevered looking back. Contrast that to Witcher 2’s start (which I played after W3) which is super exciting and fun. Compared to those great games when i was young, forced slowdown is common nowadays. It felt like any other open RPG, walking around finding people to talk to and then fighting along the way. I played through 1 and 2 and I really liked the focus on rpg elements despite the polished and easy-to-learn, hard-to-master combat. I had to give Donkey Kong Tropical Freeze and Bayonetta each 2 or 3 tries. EDIT: I only skipped the tutorial dialogues bevause I played through the game once.
That happens to me pretty often - Dragon Age Inquitision, Ass Creed Origins, both of them took me 20 hours to get into.
Spent 50% of time to read or listen the boring conversations.
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