Witcher 3: Wild Hunt – Best Game of 2015

There has been some serious gaming competition this year with fans favorite Batman: Arkham City and Halo 5 laying a solid groundwork. As much as these games changed the gaming system for the better, there was one that hit every single note to absolute perfection. Story, action, graphics; they are the primary concern for any gamer and critics alike. All those points have been inserted into the best gaming setup to date: The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt.

A Befitting Sequel

The story of the Geralt of Rivia continues after the epic conclusion of events in Witcher 2. New locations & characters are imbued with numerous plots & missions for gamers to go through. Enjoy an endless stream of tasks that will keep you on your toes as the fighting moves onto greater and bigger guys. Witcher 3 introduces a new search engine to incorporate multiple storylines based on the player’s actions. It is one of the main reasons why this game has done so well.

Exceptional Fighting Controls

Take down monsters by applying the various combat and fighting techniques that are available in this game. The previous fighting style has been greatly upgraded to ensure it fits the extension of the gamer as much as possible. Roam around in your trusted horse and solve problems at the swords behest.

Graphics – Wonders to Behold

We have seen other games boast unnecessarily about how they have updated their graphics but fail to understand the need to place them. Graphics lay out the theme of the entire game and in Witcher 3 that has been done with precision. The trailer themselves were mesmerizing enough to evoke a strong positive response from the gaming community.

Groundbreaking Success

The critics were in a majority; all ranked this game on the top of the list. Till now, it has won over 200 awards and generated millions of dollars in profits. Given the other names on the list, it is clearly a huge achievement from the Witcher development team.


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