PS4 Version of The Game:
The team at CD Projekt Red has created something quite remarkable with The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, which is perhaps unsurprising given the quality of the previous two games. The PS4 version of Wild Hunt looks gorgeous, whether Geralt is spurring on his horse Roach through sweeping fields or just relaxing at the inn. The characters including minor parts are well written and acted, which further lends a feeling of authenticity to the game world. In fact, some of the best moments during the demo came from random conversations between Geralt and the villagers, which give players several dialogue options for branching narrative.
The primary job of a Witcher, besides being a general badass with cool swords and magic spells, is to hunt monsters. As such, Geralt of Rivia will have plenty of opportunities to track murderous beasts and cut their heads off in The Witcher 3: The Wild Hunt. As in 1 quest Geralt is tasked to take down a huge gryphon. Using his sensing abilities, which work sort of like Batman’s detective mode in the Arkham games, he’s able to pick up its scent and locate its nest. He engages the beast in an epic showdown, dodging its blows and countering with strikes of his own.