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PS4 Games: The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt £7.39 / Thronebreaker (£10.99) @ PlayStation Network
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PS4 Games: The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt £7.39 / Thronebreaker (£10.99) @ PlayStation Network

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Posted 21st Aug

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The amazing Witcher games at historical low prices in the current sale on the PlayStation Network. I would imagine any RPG lover already has them, if now, trust me you are missing out - go for it now

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

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MetaScore of 92metacritic.com/gam…unt

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The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is a story-driven, next-generation open world role-playing game, set in a visually stunning fantasy universe, full of meaningful choices and impactful consequences. In The Witcher, you are a professional monster hunter tasked with finding a child of prophecy in a vast open world rich with merchant cities, dangerous mountain passes, and forgotten caverns to explore.

Play as a Highly Trained Monster Slayer for Hire
Trained from early childhood and mutated to gain superhuman skills and strength, witchers are a distrusted counterbalance to the monster-infested world in which they live.

Explore a Morally Indifferent Fantasy Open World
Built for endless adventure, the open world of The Witcher sets new standards in terms of size, depth and complexity.

Chase Down the Child of Prophecy
Take on the most important contract to track down the child of prophecy, a key to save or destroy the world.



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Thronebreaker: The Witcher Tales £10.99

MetaScore of 79metacritic.com/gam…les

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Thronebreaker is a single player role-playing game set in the world of The Witcher that combines narrative-driven exploration with unique puzzles and card battle mechanics.

Crafted by the developers responsible for some of the most iconic moments in The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, the game spins a truly regal tale of Meve, a war-veteran queen of two Northern Realms — Lyria and Rivia. Facing an imminent Nilfgaardian invasion, Meve is forced to once again enter the warpath, and set out on a dark journey of destruction and revenge.



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CupN00dle21/08/2019 12:22

Never played it. Not sure why but it doesn’t appeal to me. But a friend k …Never played it. Not sure why but it doesn’t appeal to me. But a friend keeps telling me to get it. Probably add to the list of games I’ve still not played but own mind



I made the mistake of getting this game in the last deal and now I stick addicted, pouring in hours into just sidequests, learning Gwent and hardly focussing on the main story. My backlog sits there abandoned as I work my way through this immense game. A lot of entertainment/value for the money and I'm not usually a fan of RPGs. This is one game that's lived up to the hype and would recommend it to anyone - especially at this price. I got the GOTY deal for ~£12.99 which I think was a bargain too.
Not sure why folk voting cold (heated), although I would recommend GOTY (weird that it's not on sale too) due to the audacious amount of content it includes.

Thronebreaker is surprisingly addictive!
Gwent (and collecting the cards) is a great sub-game in The Witcher 3 but it turns out it wasn't enough to warrant a game on its own (maybe something to do with MTs)...
It turns out that what it needed was a decent RPG wrapping around it... And that's Thronebreaker!
The voice acting and story are spot on and almost every card battle is unique so it keeps the "action" feeling fresh.
They should release a demo because it looks dull on paper but you soon get addicted once you start playing!
Edited by: "BubaMan" 21st Aug
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Never played it. Not sure why but it doesn’t appeal to me. But a friend keeps telling me to get it.

Probably add to the list of games I’ve still not played but own mind
CupN00dle21/08/2019 12:22

Never played it. Not sure why but it doesn’t appeal to me. But a friend k …Never played it. Not sure why but it doesn’t appeal to me. But a friend keeps telling me to get it. Probably add to the list of games I’ve still not played but own mind



I made the mistake of getting this game in the last deal and now I stick addicted, pouring in hours into just sidequests, learning Gwent and hardly focussing on the main story. My backlog sits there abandoned as I work my way through this immense game. A lot of entertainment/value for the money and I'm not usually a fan of RPGs. This is one game that's lived up to the hype and would recommend it to anyone - especially at this price. I got the GOTY deal for ~£12.99 which I think was a bargain too.
MrBrightside198721/08/2019 12:29

I made the mistake of getting this game in the last deal and now I stick …I made the mistake of getting this game in the last deal and now I stick addicted, pouring in hours into just sidequests, learning Gwent and hardly focussing on the main story. My backlog sits there abandoned as I work my way through this immense game. A lot of entertainment/value for the money and I'm not usually a fan of RPGs. This is one game that's lived up to the hype and would recommend it to anyone - especially at this price. I got the GOTY deal for ~£12.99 which I think was a bargain too.


Thanks man. I’ll probably get it because of the price and great response.

My issue I have is that I didn’t enjoy Skyrim. Loved the setting but couldn’t get into it. Love RPGs but more Kingdom Hearts and Final Fantasy style ones so you can see why I’m on the fence with it
Not sure why folk voting cold (heated), although I would recommend GOTY (weird that it's not on sale too) due to the audacious amount of content it includes.

Thronebreaker is surprisingly addictive!
Gwent (and collecting the cards) is a great sub-game in The Witcher 3 but it turns out it wasn't enough to warrant a game on its own (maybe something to do with MTs)...
It turns out that what it needed was a decent RPG wrapping around it... And that's Thronebreaker!
The voice acting and story are spot on and almost every card battle is unique so it keeps the "action" feeling fresh.
They should release a demo because it looks dull on paper but you soon get addicted once you start playing!
Edited by: "BubaMan" 21st Aug
CupN00dle21/08/2019 12:35

Thanks man. I’ll probably get it because of the price and great response. M …Thanks man. I’ll probably get it because of the price and great response. My issue I have is that I didn’t enjoy Skyrim. Loved the setting but couldn’t get into it. Love RPGs but more Kingdom Hearts and Final Fantasy style ones so you can see why I’m on the fence with it


The Witcher 3 is very much focused on action and story... The management elements are needed for some encounters but they are very much secondary to the experience.
CD Project Red imposed a "40 second rule" to keep players engaged!
Edited by: "BubaMan" 21st Aug
BubaMan21/08/2019 12:40

Not sure why folk voting cold (heated), although I would recommend GOTY …Not sure why folk voting cold (heated), although I would recommend GOTY (weird that it's not on sale too) due to the audacious amount of content it includes.Thronebreaker is surprisingly addictive! Gwent (and collecting the cards) is a great sub-game in The Witcher but it turns out it wasn't enough to warrant a game on its own (maybe something to do with MTs)...It turns out that what it needed was a decent RPG wrapping around it... And that's Thronebreaker!The voice acting and story are spot on and almost every card battle is unique so it keeps the "action" feeling fresh.They should release a demo because it looks dull on paper but you soon get addicted once you start playing!


I can only imagine a certain amount of angst at the PSN deals - but then if there are call out games in the sale, I always find them better consumed as individual posts rather than the megapost (it could very well just be me ofcourse). Other then that I fully agree with your comments on the game and the demo - lets hope the makers think on those lines too.
BubaMan21/08/2019 12:40

Not sure why folk voting cold (heated), although I would recommend GOTY


Did you just ask and answer a question, there?
BubaMan21/08/2019 12:40

Not sure why folk voting cold (heated), although I would recommend GOTY …Not sure why folk voting cold (heated), although I would recommend GOTY (weird that it's not on sale too) due to the audacious amount of content it includes.Thronebreaker is surprisingly addictive! Gwent (and collecting the cards) is a great sub-game in The Witcher 3 but it turns out it wasn't enough to warrant a game on its own (maybe something to do with MTs)...It turns out that what it needed was a decent RPG wrapping around it... And that's Thronebreaker!The voice acting and story are spot on and almost every card battle is unique so it keeps the "action" feeling fresh.They should release a demo because it looks dull on paper but you soon get addicted once you start playing!


GOTY was on sale till yesterday - so I imagine they decided to hold it back for the next round.
BuzzDuraband21/08/2019 13:08

Did you just ask and answer a question, there?


Maybe?
It's a bargain at £7.39 though - GOTY unavailability is no reason to vote cold.
BubaMan21/08/2019 13:13

Maybe? It's a bargain at £7.39 though - GOTY unavailability is no … Maybe? It's a bargain at £7.39 though - GOTY unavailability is no reason to vote cold.


Oh, I agree - although I can see both sides of the voting.

It's currently £12.85 for a physical copy, and as sure as tomorrow is Thursday, we'll see the GOTY on sale again at its ~£12 mark. It's much better value for coin taking into account the individual sale pricing of the DLC content when available.
CupN00dle21/08/2019 12:35

Thanks man. I’ll probably get it because of the price and great response. M …Thanks man. I’ll probably get it because of the price and great response. My issue I have is that I didn’t enjoy Skyrim. Loved the setting but couldn’t get into it. Love RPGs but more Kingdom Hearts and Final Fantasy style ones so you can see why I’m on the fence with it


I'd recommend it's worth a try, I got Skyrim on launch and played about 4 hours max. trying to force myself to get into it but couldn't. This one is almost the opposite experience - I kept putting off getting it because it didn't seem like my kind of game (I prefer action/adventures) but finally caved and not looked back.
BuzzDuraband21/08/2019 13:16

Oh, I agree - although I can see both sides of the voting.It's currently …Oh, I agree - although I can see both sides of the voting.It's currently £12.85 for a physical copy, and as sure as tomorrow is Thursday, we'll see the GOTY on sale again at its ~£12 mark. It's much better value for coin taking into account the individual sale pricing of the DLC content when available.

Depends I suppose - I've been getting GOTY's lately (Spider-man, Watch_Dogs and this) but with all of them I spend so much time on the main game that I'm fatigued and can't bring myself to give proper time and dedication to the extras. Value-wise, you're absolutely right, the few quid extra for 30+ hours (I read somewhere) of additional content you can't go wrong with.
CupN00dle21/08/2019 12:22

Never played it. Not sure why but it doesn’t appeal to me. But a friend k …Never played it. Not sure why but it doesn’t appeal to me. But a friend keeps telling me to get it. Probably add to the list of games I’ve still not played but own mind



The first one on PC was very good, the second one killed this game for me stone dead with the combat, i don't think i have ever come across a game with such a horrendious clunky akward combat system as in the second one, and that memory has kept me from touching the third so far.
XP20021/08/2019 15:34

The first one on PC was very good, the second one killed this game for me …The first one on PC was very good, the second one killed this game for me stone dead with the combat, i don't think i have ever come across a game with such a horrendious clunky akward combat system as in the second one, and that memory has kept me from touching the third so far.


I think I know what you mean, the second was free on GWG a while back on 360 and I hated it. Managed 10 mins before I gave up
BubaMan21/08/2019 12:40

Not sure why folk voting cold (heated), although I would recommend GOTY …Not sure why folk voting cold (heated), although I would recommend GOTY (weird that it's not on sale too) due to the audacious amount of content it includes.Thronebreaker is surprisingly addictive! Gwent (and collecting the cards) is a great sub-game in The Witcher 3 but it turns out it wasn't enough to warrant a game on its own (maybe something to do with MTs)...It turns out that what it needed was a decent RPG wrapping around it... And that's Thronebreaker!The voice acting and story are spot on and almost every card battle is unique so it keeps the "action" feeling fresh.They should release a demo because it looks dull on paper but you soon get addicted once you start playing!


Yeah have to agree that Thronebreaker is great. I was really surprised at how varied all the battles are, and as you say the story and voice acting are excellent.
Definitely a must buy but after completing the game, the main storyline left a slight bitter taste in my mouth over the system calculating the final "Ending" and "Cutscene". Without spoiling the game, the idiotic way a couple of key decisions control the fate of certain characters does create a bone of contention especially as it doesn't take into account character progression and history from prior incarnations of the games and the Wild Hunt itself. Think Den of Vipers. One particular side quest "Ménage et Trois", you can quite clearly see what is going to happen, but cannot avoid this encounter, even though the characters in the Books and the games would never "co-operate". This in itself isn't a game changer, but epitomises sometimes that the simple, linear approach doesn't work, and the multitude of complex factors and decisions should have far reaching implications to define the main characters.
FYI £5.46 via Turkey store for anyone interested
matwalaboy21/08/2019 13:05

I can only imagine a certain amount of angst at the PSN deals - but then …I can only imagine a certain amount of angst at the PSN deals - but then if there are call out games in the sale, I always find them better consumed as individual posts rather than the megapost (it could very well just be me ofcourse). Other then that I fully agree with your comments on the game and the demo - lets hope the makers think on those lines too.


You get this with all types of sales/mega lists, even eBay and Amazon, but seems to happen mostly with the UK fortnightly Weds PSN sales, I personally prefer it if say @BubaMan (or in the case of this week @Illusionary ) posts one long thread as I tend to with others, as I prefer to have everything in one place. It’s mildly annoying to then see dozens of posts for single titles, but they certainly don’t ‘fill up my feed’ as others claim to strangely, I have notifications turned off for that and I don’t lose any sleep over it, but I get that others might be more irate with single posts, I appreciate everyone has their own preferences
Edited by: "joeydeacon" 21st Aug
joeydeacon21/08/2019 16:32

You get this with all types of sales/mega lists, even eBay and Amazon, but …You get this with all types of sales/mega lists, even eBay and Amazon, but seems to happen mostly with the UK fortnightly Weds PSN sales, I personally prefer it if say @BubaMan (or in the case of this week @Illusionary ) posts one long thread as I tend to with others, as I prefer to have everything in one place. It’s mildly annoying to then see dozens of posts for single titles, but they certainly don’t ‘fill up my feed’ as others claim to strangely, I have notifications turned off for that and I don’t lose any sleep over it, but I get that others might be more irate with single posts, I appreciate everyone has their own preferences


Well summed up there mate, different people different preferences. Finding the best deals along with details can be tricky in a megathread especially for folks who are relative newbies to games - having single thread with details, gameplay etc. comes in handy in those cases too.
This is going too cheap, honestly thinking the Witcher 3 will be September's or October's ps plus offering with how much discount it's getting.
Edited by: "dave859" 21st Aug
Got his **** whipped like a Novigrad *****...
CupN00dle21/08/2019 12:35

Thanks man. I’ll probably get it because of the price and great response. M …Thanks man. I’ll probably get it because of the price and great response. My issue I have is that I didn’t enjoy Skyrim. Loved the setting but couldn’t get into it. Love RPGs but more Kingdom Hearts and Final Fantasy style ones so you can see why I’m on the fence with it


I didn't enjoy Skyrim either, everything felt wooden in that game (dead faced NPCs and typical clunky Bethesda combat) I felt witcher 3 was a risk too but I loved it, 170 hours in and not finished it yet.
Best game ever
This is one of those games I will never understand why it's loved so much .
I wanted to try this game, is it better to hold out for the goty edition then? ..I was considering the Switch version but it’s gonna be £40 (and about 20fps)
I thought this might be useful for anyone to know: if you want to check out thronebreaker for the narrative and characterisation that CDPR are renowned for, but you're no good at strategy games or don't enjoy them, don't worry, the game basically has an auto-win option if you play on easy, which allows you to skip battles entirely once you lose, so as soon as a battle starts, just immediately forfeit which will take you to the defeat screen which contains the option to skip the battle. Using this, you can focus entirely on just taking in the story.
Edited by: "TheAmazingNoob" 22nd Aug
Game of the generation. I’m not a huge RPG fan but took a punt at this a couple years ago and ended up buying both expansions and sinking everything into them.

One of the best games ever made.
projextxuk_reviews22/08/2019 10:57

This is one of those games I will never understand why it's loved so much .


Games, as with other forms of art, are subject to taste... There's no one game that everybody likes.
There's certain things that can make or break a game that are individual to the player.

In fairness, this game has a bit of a shaky start (control and story) but it soon grows on you - if you've played 5 hours and it still didn't appeal, chalk it up to taste
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