if they make a witcher 4 would you want the option of a male or female witcher
04.08.2013 @ 01:52 #1
edit: I was trying to ask would you like the option to play as a women but I said it wrong. I meant could they be a witcher but would you want the option to play as a female sorceress or warrior or something
04.08.2013 @ 02:06 #3
04.08.2013 @ 02:10 #5
I am a guy but I always liked the option. in truth I always liked fem shepard better then male shepard (better VA I think). also it adds replay value
04.08.2013 @ 02:27 #7
With the amount of protagonist dialogue in a Witcher game, it'd be likely that there'd only be 2 voice options, male and female, though a stretch goal would be to have 2-3 voice options for each gender, a la Saints Row 3. That's less important, though.
04.08.2013 @ 03:29 #9
I don't see a straight-up choice like M or F Shepard or M or F Revan working. The Witcher's world is not a gender-neutral one. Whether it would be acceptable or possible to train female witchers given what is already known about the world has been argued to death, and for myself I still find the answer to be no.
It would work if the game were arranged to play from the viewpoint of two different characters. This would be a richer game as well as one better grounded in the society and times of the Witcher world.
04.08.2013 @ 03:43 #10
Sorceress as a protagonist? Yes.
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04.08.2013 @ 06:49 #12
And no, i dont want a customizable character. i want solid characterization in a witcher game. and i honestly believe that a customizable character will never be as interesting nor have as good characterization as a well written character.
if i wanted a customizable character id play skyrim'.
04.08.2013 @ 08:01 #16
04.08.2013 @ 09:12 #19
You can bet that there will be a Witcher 4.
With Sapkowski writing new Witcher books and the success of the game series,
there is more than enough reason to begin a new trilogy.
Its just that Geralt's personal story ends with TW3.
In addition, some CDPR employees mentioned in a E3 interview that they might take a little break from
the Witcher franchise after TW3, but definately would like to return to the Witcher universe at a later point of time.