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#151 Bikerdude

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Posted 20 September 2018 - 11:58 AM

It's probably not what you expected though: http://www.kotaku.co...hy-its-exciting

hmm yer, i never played gwent at all in TW3.



#152 chakkman

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Posted 20 September 2018 - 02:41 PM

hmm yer, i never played gwent at all in TW3.

 

Good call. It sucks. :D



#153 Destined

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Posted 20 September 2018 - 04:10 PM

Gwent was a nice pastime in Witcher, not the worst card game, but not that spectacular either. Making it the main mechanic in a game is, in my opion, not very interesting. Witcher always was (at least in part) about the fights against monsters and replacing that with a card game is plain boring.

 

Slightly off topic for this thread as it is not computer game related, but connected to the Witcher: If any of you are into pen & paper RPGs, R. Talsoiran Games has released a core rule book set in the Witcher world. I have only played a couple of sessions, but so far I can say that even though it has its flaws, it is a nice system that captures the essence of the Witcher quite nicely.



#154 Abusimplea

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Posted 20 September 2018 - 04:57 PM

It's probably not what you expected though: http://www.kotaku.co...hy-its-exciting

Taking Gwent and making it a full game (an RPG even?!) looks a bit crazy to me. But Gwent was a fresh take on the trading card genre and has accumulated quite a fan base. So it could be enough a success to give them the time they need to finish Cyberpunk 2077...



#155 Bikerdude

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Posted Yesterday, 04:44 AM

So shadow of the tomb raider is out, but with side quests total play time is only 20hrs. As the games is £45 on Steam or as low as £33 from other sources, is this too little play time for that amount of money?

Edited by Bikerdude, Yesterday, 04:45 AM.


#156 Destined

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Posted Yesterday, 11:16 AM

Personally, I prefer 20 h of good gameplay over 40-100 h mediocre gameplay. I usually compare the entertainment per time factor to cinema, i.e. up to roughly 10€/h is fine as long as I am well entertained. With this game (which I expect to be quite cinematic) you are at about 2£/h, so it is fine. I will still wait until I get it in a sale, but this is due to the fact that I have lots of games right now and am not that eager to play a game right away. The last game I was really hyped for was thief 4 and we all know how this ended... Ever since I am fine with buying games later (usually at 30-50% off)

#157 stumpy

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Posted Yesterday, 06:52 PM

that 20 hours long for shadow of the tomb raider is probably people rushing through to be the first to finish, if you take your time and look at all detail it be more like 35 - 40 hours.






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