- Dec 10, 2014
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- Nowy Warsaw
|Processor||AMD Ryzen 5 3600|
|Motherboard||MSI Arsenal Gaming B450 Tomahawk|
|Cooling||Cryorig H7 Quad Lumi|
|Memory||Team T-Force Delta RGB 2x8GB 3200CL16|
|Video Card(s)||Colorful GeForce RTX 2060 6G V2|
|Storage||Crucial MX500 500GB | WD Black WD1003FZEX 1TB|
|Display(s)||AOC 24G2 24" 144hz IPS | LG 22MP68VQ-P 22" 75hz IPS|
|Case||In Win Mana 136|
|Audio Device(s)||HyperX Cloud X | iVOOMi iVO-169SUFBT 2.1|
|Power Supply||Cooler Master G550M|
|Mouse||Razer Viper Mini | Cooler Master MM711 | Logitech G102 | Logitech G402|
|Keyboard||Fantech MK871 RGB TKL Outemu Blue mechanical keyboard|
|Software||Windows 10 Education 21H1 x64|
As for me I pirated Witcher 2 years ago but never finished since I wasn’t into RPGs then. Years later got Witcher 1 and Witcher free from humble bundle and giveaways and such. Started Witcher 1 but felt janky and gave up.I was pretty late to the whole serie tbh and mainly picked up Witcher 3 cause a friend of mine kept telling me to play it since he was a fan. 'he read the novels/books too'
Ended up playing Witcher 3 Goty for like 170+ hours during my first playthrough so I guess he was right to bother me with it.
I kinda wanted to know more about the lore and the serie in general so I picked up both 1 and 2 when it was on a sale on GoG.
Have to say Witcher 1 was difficult to get used to, I mean the playstyle felt really old/dated and I only used Rise of the white wolf mod.
Other than that I'm glad that I played the game, after it picked up slowly and I got used to it I actually had fun with that game.
Witcher 2 didn't feel that old to me and did not have any real issue with it, also only used a ENB mod to improve graphics a bit but no mechanical changes or anything.
Yup pretty much how I ended up with Yenn in 3 cause it felt 'normal' to me w/o playing the previous games.
In the meantime got Witcher 3 on a sale but system wasn’t worthy. Years later at late 2019, after getting a new GPU I pushed myself to continue Witcher 1 where I left off. Essential mods list on r/witcher by a mod there helped immensely. Got the fighting mechanics sorted out and enjoyed it immensely. Finished it, Witcher 2 and Witcher 3 thereafter in early 2020.