Man, just finished The Witcher 3, and both expansion packs. What an awesome game!
Granted, I didn't think Hearts of Stone was that great, but Blood and Wine was an awesome addition. B&W, for the most part, even fixed one of biggest complaints about the game which was that it combined a pile of of stuff together, so you could "loot" it all at once.
I, honestly, can't remember the last time that I was so addicted to a game. According to Steam, I spent an even 200 hours in the past two months playing… See More
it. And what is really unusual is that I normally tend to like FPS, Destiny 2 being the last game that I truly spent a ton of hours playing.
Having not played the first two versions of the game, I assume because of, there was a decently large learning curve when it came to playing the game. To the point that I almost played the first "map" over, but didn't. Which in hindsight, was the right choice, but it did take a while to come to that conclusion. Granted, I am one of those players that would rather "skill up" before going into a battle instead of rushing in.
For those of you that haven't played this game, I highly recommend it. My thoughts about it are that even though you may feel seriously lost in the beginning because there is so much to it, within a few days of playing, it becomes very hard to describe what you found hard to begin with. Basically, stuff that seems hard and confusing, becomes second nature rather quickly. And while some may disagree, most of what you can "brew up" is useless.
In short, I highly recommend this game!