I'm not a big fan of card games but, still, I feel that this game ended up being better than it had any right to be It has a gripping storyline, well written and greatly performed characters, the trademark difficult choices and consequences system from the Witcher game saga, great combat which encourages strategic approaches and lots of army management, well designed and well illustrated cards, great art direction, entertaining enough exploration and, thankfully, lots of the characteristic dark-but-also-lovely-and-even-funny Witcher charm (despite some toned down elements, as anyone could tell by its ESRB T/PEGI 12 rating.) What's there not to like?
So, yeah, I'd say it's a pretty great game
Such an amazing game The Old Blood is a pretty cool adventure as well, especially for anyone with some nostalgia for Wolfenstein 3D, but The New Order is better overall.Jon Cheetham wrote: ↑January 29th, 2020, 1:02 amWolfenstein: The New Order
What a banger of an opening level! That was majestic. I can already see why people hold this game up as something special. I just woke up in 1960 to a pretty heartbreaking setpiece... had to sleep though.
I can't wait to see where all this goes for my man Blaszko.
Got it in a Steam sale with The Old Blood and I'm looking forward to spending more time with these games.
I still have The New Colossus pending, hopefully this is the year I'll finally tackle it.