Nearly done with Witcher 3, and I’m okay with that

I’ve been playing a lot of Witcher 3 lately. A whole lot. Like to the exclusion of nearly everything other than eating, sleeping, and working. Sure, I’ve poked my nose into The Division’s business, but only a few hours.

I’m finally closing in on the end of the plot, and I’m okay with that. I feel like I’ve had such a good experience in the game and have enjoyed the characters enough that I’m fine with getting to the end of the story. I don’t normally feel that way about great games – I don’t want them to end, and sometimes put of playing the ending for months, like I did with Dragon Age: Inquisition. But in this case, I’ve spent so many hours with Witcher 3 that I want to reach the climax. I know there will be more I can do afterwards, and I may do so once I buy the DLCs, so it isn’t like I’ll be locked out of playing anymore. And I’ll be happy to move on to something else for a while.

That being said, someday I’m gonna have to finish Witcher 2. I’ve started it twice, then got distracted (most recently by Destiny), so stopped playing. I’ll need to start over top remember the plot, but I’m fine with that. I’m also looking forward to the Fallout 4 DLC dropping next month. Of course, I bought all the DLC for Skyrim and never played them – once I finished the story line, I stopped and always intended to go back, but never did. Maybe it is time for that too…

My hope is that I can play more of The Division and I will check out the Destiny update coming out next month. But in the next day or two, gotta finish Witcher 3!

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