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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 10:27am 15/05/15 | 4 Comments
We're all used to the final media push for big games, and these are often accompanied by very tasty and well-produced cinematic launch trailers, but few are in the same realms as at least the last few Witcher cinematics, topped off today with The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt's "A Night to Remember" video.

Having played enough of the game to know exactly what's going on here (dolls for days), this is both an on-point 1% teaser of what's to come and just an incredible capture of the Witcher universe as a whole.

It's a bit NSFW, but probably worth the reprimand if you have to choose your work screen over a small tablet or phone :)

Watch it embedded below and read our written review, or watch our video review for the full AusGamers verdict.




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Tollaz0r!
Posted 12:09pm 15/5/15
A TV Series of this plz. K Thx Bi.
Steve Farrelly
Posted 01:11pm 15/5/15
If there were only a Like button on here ^^^^^^ this, so much!
Enska
Posted 01:38pm 15/5/15
Man that was so well done. I hope bethesda drop some info on a new game at E3 or nobody will even remember who the f*** they are after this.
Audi
Posted 02:13pm 15/5/15
lol, Enska so true.
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