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The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

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In this huge open-world role-playing game, you play as Geralt of Rivia, a monster hunter with magical powers known as a witcher, who seeks to find his adopted daughter on the run from the "Wild Hunt", an otherworldly force determined to capture and utilize her volatile powers          

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     The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is a huge open-world RPG, that runs over 100 hrs, were you play as Geralt of Rivia, a monster hunter with magical powers, a Witcher, while he seeks for his adopted daughter on the run from the "Wild Hunt”.  It’s no different then most RPGs with the usual gathering, delivery, and escort missions plus those side quests, all in search of clues on her whereabouts, while fighting soldiers and mythical creatures for rewards and to level up.  But unlike most RPGs this game can seem overwhelming to those unfamiliar to the series with its shear number of creatures, weapons, spells, and potions.  In the beginning, I found myself constantly referring to the in game menu for potion and spell descriptions to understand what items will or will not work against a certain enemy.  Once in battle, you’ll have a lot to do, from switching between different potions & spells, attacking with your melee weapons, watching your health, and staying out of harms way.  Which’ll require quick relaxes and even faster decision making just to survive in battle.

     As for accessibility, it has limited in-game control settings. For those with vision issues  the text and item icons are hard to read due to its contrast and size which is frustrating even to the average sighted.  As stated above The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt does require faster relaxes, quicker decision making and alot of critical thinking than an average game, its not an easy mindless hack ‘n’ slash. Due to these facts it can be tiring to play and not recommend for novice gamers


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Requires Fast Reflexes and Faster Decision Making during Battle. Between the Melee & Sword Fighting and Switching of Potions & Spells, it can all Seem Overwelming at First


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