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23.10.2013 @ 14:33Watched the trailer (), and noticed something suspicios there.
On 1:46 and 2:16 you can see the expression on girl's face and it's kinda creepy - that vicious smile, those crazed eyes... seems a bit out of place if she is indeed innocent.
Maybe it's CDPR's way of "trolling" us, the fans, or maybe they just want to show that "moral ambiguity" that is always present in the Witcher universe... Anyway, if those are kind of quests we are to expect in the Witcher 3, never knowing who's "the greater evil" is, then I say - well done, CDPR, kudos to you, guys.
Of course, I might only imagine those crazed eyes and that vicious smile...
23.10.2013 @ 14:14Spoiler ALERT!!!
Read this topic only if you finished The Witcher 2!
Been replaying The Witcher 2 (Iorveth's path), and noticed something interesting in the Nilfgaardian camp. In his "first letter to the Emperor", Shilard Fitz-Oesterlen writes: "Please convey my kindest regards to Your Consort."
Well, considering Letho's and Geralt's conversation in the epilog, I have a strong feeling that "The Consort" is no other than Yennefer. It seems that she became an advisor to the Emperor of Nilfgaard, perhaps even his right hand.
I know it's only a speculation, but it seems that the 3 endings in The Witcher3: Wild Hunt will be:
A. We choose Yennefer and side with Nilfgaard.
B. We choose Triss and side with the Northern Kingdoms.
C. We choose neither, remain neutral in the war, and only defeat the Wild Hunt itself.
What do you think?
28.03.2013 @ 05:22I don't know how about you, guys, but I would very much like to help CDPR in creating their masterpiece - The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. How can we do it? Simple - by early pre-orders and prepayments of the game, preferably on GOG.com.
Why GOG.com? Simple - the site belongs to CDPR, so they don't have to convince an outside company for alloying them an early pre-orders and early charging of the funds.
Now, I know what many of you are going to say/think: "It's to early now, we haven't seen any gameplay footage yet. WE need additional information before we decide if we even going to buy the game." Well, to this I'll answer - Haven't CDPR already proven that they deserve our faith, haven't they delivered two of the best RPGs in the recent years? Don't they deserve a little "leap of fate" on our part?
This is our chance, as fans, for supporting, probably the only company that still caters to RPG fans, and not to half-brained shooter kiddies.
Many of you are going to buy this game anyway, so does it really matter if you pay for it now or next year? And this additional funding will help CDPR in creating the best RPG they possibly can. Of course, they have to allow us, fans, to help them by allowing the early pre-orders in the first place.
What do you guys think?
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