Off to a Good Start with The Witcher 3

And so, it has begun: my jaunt into the deepest depths of The Witcher 3. Well, maybe not the deepest depths, but depths that are deep enough for me to get the most out of my time with the one and only Geralt of Rivia. See Virtual Bastion for occasional updates on my progress with sword and…uh, sword.


When I sat down unencumbered and ready to finally and fully enjoy The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt a couple weeks ago, I was…nervous? Yes, nervous. And intimidated. Before me lain no mere game. Rather, it was an RPG masterpiece that had received countless awards, industry-wide acclaim, and praise from game site large and small. And there I was with my Fable-like outlook and Dragon Age sensibilities wondering how little ol’ me was going to fare in such a gigantic escapade. It sounds ridiculous, I know, but no small part of me was very anxious over the game not living up to everything I thought I knew about it. Couple that with my own unsuccessful outings with the previous two Witcher games, and I was quite worried I’d end up in the same sinking boat with Geralt of Rivia in tow.

But, as they say, every journey begins with…

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