3 Best Gaming Computers to Play the Witcher 3 On

1. Razer Blade

Razer’s Blade portable PC is a genuinely low-execution gaming machine wrapped in an amazingly thin dark aluminum frame that looks and feels awesome. The very much planned, solid portable workstation weighs 6.6 pounds and measures only 0.88 crawls thick, and the most up to date cycle — which we looked into a few months back has made some significant enhancements since the main model. The trackpad, which is situated on the right half of the console in lieu of a number cushion, works well aside from gentle issues with two-finger looking over. The Switchblade UI an arrangement of ten adaptable LCD keys and a LCD screen underneath the touchpad is a cool idea, yet stays minimal more than a glorified arrangement of full scale catches until more recreations bolster it. The confined console is shallow and every so often lethargic, which is terrible news unless you plan to convey a full-measure USB console around as a substitute. The 17.3-crawl matte LCD screen and redid speakers give a sensibly decent ordeal, yet nothing uncommon.

On the execution side, the Razer Blade truly lingers behind thicker gaming portable PC choices. A 2.2GHz Core i7-3632QM processor, 8GB of RAM, and a devoted Nvidia GeForce GTX 660M with 2GB of memory may sound noteworthy, yet these specs aren’t precisely the makings of a gaming powerhouse, and are frustrating in a portable PC that expenses $2,499. The slim machine can positively still play diversions you’ll have the capacity to play Battlefield 3 at 1080p on low to medium settings and The Witcher 3.

The Blade has a 64GB SSD to accelerate every now and again utilized procedures, and a 500GB HDD to store your diversions. In our Verge Battery Test, amid which the machine spins through various mainstream sites and high-res pictures with the screen at 65 percent splendor, the Blade kept going 3 hours and 27 minutes not awful for a gaming machine, but rather powerless contrasted with generally portable workstations.

2. Asus G75VW

The G75VW feels like a strong, well-made machine, however the top and the screen’s bezel are somewhat bendable and creaky. The palmrest is additionally covered in dark delicate touch plastic, however dissimilar to the top it has an unusual, smooth surface. It felt unusual at to start with, however was really valuable in keeping my arm from adhering to it amid long gaming sessions. The trackpad functions admirably motions are smooth and the free catches give a satisfyingly strong snap without being boisterous. The console is OK, if somewhat shallow. Numerous consoles have raised scores to show the F and J keys for touch writing,

Toshiba Qosmio X870 Asus G75VW Max Payne 3 1080p, high 1080p, high Borderlands 2 1080p, high 1080p, high Battlefield 3 1080p, medium 1080p, medium The Witcher 2 1080p, low 1080p, lowThe 17.3-creep portable workstation has a matte 1080p illuminated LED show with essentially no glare, however the board is somewhat diminish, making whites show up marginally dim and blacks somewhat washed out. The screen additionally has a recognizable pixel framework, and the constrained scope of vertical review edges implies that there isn’t much space to tilt the screen all over before hues upset.

The model we tried has the same GPU, processor, and RAM as the Toshiba, and thus, execution was even to inside a casing or two over each amusement we tried. The G75VW, be that as it may, is solid where the Toshiba is weakest. Instead of getting warm underneath the console, palmrest, or venting heat out the base, Asus’ gaming machine vents a large portion of its warmth out the back on the right side, so the number cushion is the main area of the console to warm up even a bit. The portable workstation’s battery life isn’t breathtaking, enduring two hours and fifteen minutes into the Verge Battery test. For non-gaming utilize, this specific design of the G75VW contains a great 256GB SSD

3. MSI GT70

As we brought up in our audit, the MSI GT70 is not an extremely trendy machine. While the outline may engage a few, the burdensome, rakish stylish swallows the tablet, making it appear to be much bigger than it truly is, and the expansive bezel around the 17.3-crawl screen is tyrannical. The 8.6-pound machine is subtly lighter and a shade thicker than the wedge-molded Asus at its biggest point, yet appears to be extensively bigger due to its cumbersome undercarriage.

The model we evaluated keeps running on the same processor, GPU, and RAM as the Asus and Toshiba. In accordance with the execution of alternate machines, the GT70 can render Battlefield 3’s point by point combat areas and abrasive firefights at 33 outlines for every second on high settings at 1080p, and plays The Witcher 2 on low settings at the same determination. This specific arrangement is no more accessible, yet MSI likewise offers another model with an all the more powerful Nvidia GeForce GTX 680M and 4GB of devoted illustrations memory for $600 more, and we’ll upgrade this guide when we’ve tried it. The GT70’s fans keep the machine cool, however they’re entirely boisterous at the same time.

Battery life is very noteworthy for this kind of machine, timing four hours and fourteen minutes on our Verge Battery test however like practically every other machine in this gathering, it should be connected to take full preferred standpoint of its committed illustrations. This setup incorporates a couple of 64GB SSDs in RAID 0 close by a 750GB hard drive, and the GT70 boots in around 26 seconds and wakes in 1.8 seconds.



The Witcher 3 Blood and Wine Review

In The Witcher 3 blood and wine: once again you are playing the famous (for Witcher fans) Geralt of Riva. From the start, the game easily has me hooked. I have to say that this game is the first game since, potentially, Shadow of Murder that has had me completely tied to it, to the point of consuming me. I am often afraid to pick this game up and play, as sometimes I do not know when to put it down. Every benchmark I reach makes way to a new and more interesting one. The story line in this game is absolutely stunning. I have not been so interested in a “story” in ages. Typically, I cannot stand games that do not allow me to just start up and jump to online immediately, but I have to say I am making a huge exception to that rule with this one. I am always having to play the next quest, just to see what happens next in the story. I have already invested several hours into this and expect to be investing several more.

As far as the graphics go, I have to say that this game is incredibly beautiful. I have not had the honor of trying games on the PlayStation 4 yet, but I cannot imagine them being too far different from the Xbox One. Regardless of which of these two consoles you play on, however, the work put into this game by the developers has paid off. The scenery at times looks almost as if you’re in a movie, and Geralt himself was very well portrayed this time around. The fact that his beard regrows with time is something I found entirely impressive. I have not seen many games that actually pay attention to small details such as that.

With every great game, however, there is bound to be some kind of downfall, and in The Witcher 3 blood and wine: that downfall is easily Roach–the noble steed. While being able to carry trophies on his back that, in most cases, look downright amazing, the harsh reality exists that Roach is what’s holding this game back from stardom. Though he provides fast transportation from quest to quest, it doesn’t take long to realize that this humble and loyal steed is also possibly the most annoying part of the game. It’s so easy for him to get caught up on objects, and when he does, turning him around to get back on track is, in most cases, a chore. The control process involved with riding feels so sluggish, and when attempts are made at turning around, it may take up to a second or two for Roach to actually respond and carry out the command. Getting through this game without Roach would be tedious, but getting through the game with him is, at times, a pain. I won’t even get into the fact that, when on auto-pilot, his ability to stay on a trail can be abysmal.

With that said, I feel that the Roach mechanics are a small oversight on the developer’s part that can easily be forgiven, and do not feel, in any way, that it takes away from the sheer excitement of playing this game. I know that I cannot give a full review of the game, considering I have not seen all of it yet, but at this point I would have to give it a very strong 9 out of 10.



The Review About Witcher 3 Game Play

Witcher 3 is a PC based RPG that was released in October 2007 and has received positive reviews from many sources. This game was quite gripping for me from its opening movie to the end, and has a lot to offer; soon into the game you’ll realize that this is not your everyday average joe RPG. There still remains the old rule of ‘talk to everyone you meet,’ but these standard elements of any game of this genre are outshined by the overall unique feel of the world that the game presents. The battle system is heavily based on combos and a small selection of upgradeable spells.

The Glitcher is a poorly made RPG, full of sexist clichés, inexact fighting mechanics, occasional bugs, and infuriating design that often have you groaning or rolling your eyes

witcher 3 is an action RPG with many traditional elements exposed back and swapped with unique functions. You cannot create a party of characters, and you have only narrow control over Geralts look, more real-world based as you visit barbers and clothing stores.

Whereas the basics of combat are comparatively straight forward; light attack, heavy attack and dodge, difficulty is ramped up as time goes on. Geralt will shape a bestiary of enemies, learning the weaknesses of a wide variety of creatures.

Mounting, through alchemy, oils and potions Gerailt can boost his chances in battle by careful preplanning. This engages players even further in the world, Geralt will sometime employee Batman style research of a quest scene, investigate the area to help conclude what he might be up against shortly. There is no use whacking some Spectral oil on your silver sword if rounding the next corner has Geralt confronting a werewolf.

Signs round out Geralt’s collection of battle. These magic attacks are unlocked from the beginning and you will use all of them at times, courtesy some as you go through the game improving them where you can.

And there is so much to do, each question mark discovered on the map is a drawcard for it may hold anything as mundane as a bandit camp or monster nest, or more often than not, a complete and fleshed out sub quest with conclusions and consequences.

Even travelling the landscape through foot or horseback has its rewards. The wind sadly blows through the heavily forested areas, or across the fens. Towns are occupied by dour folk going about their business both menial and grand.


Witcher 3: The Wild Hunt gets the highest of recommendations, there is hundreds of hours of game play here with little filler to be had. There is zero grinding, a pleasingly complex leveling system, crafting, alchemy and much more.

Contrasting Sky rim, this is a world that you want to be part of, read every burnt note or leather bound book. You want to explore every single question-mark on the map, walk down every byway and possibly even dive below the surface of every sea or stream. But at some stage you need to re-join the real world.