These titles like Geralt's amazing quest will keep you fighting monstrous beasties until the griffins come home
It may not have been as much of a runaway hit as its eventual sequel, but The Witcher 2 is still one of the finest Western RPGs you can play. Its Eastern European mythos remains gripping.
Getting a little bored of The Witcher's medieval world? Mix things up by diving into Rockstar's incredible Wild West sandbox. When it comes to nailing the little details, no other game can match this open-world outlaw.
If you're a fan of Geralt's cat-and-mouse combat, you'll adore Aloy's dino hunts. Slaying all manner of robotic beasties with various bows and arrows and other clever weapons is hugely empowering.
Bested a griffin in The Witcher 3 and looking more even more in-depth beast-bashing action? Then give Monster Hunter: World a try. Its deeply tactical creature-slaying quests can last hours.
While combat in The Witcher 3 is strong, even Geralt in full flight can't match the Orc-slaying fury of Talion. Scraps are so good in Shadow of War, they rival Rocksteady's Batman games.
The DNA of Wild Hunt can easily be seen coursing through the Grecian veins of this sandbox. While more bloated than The Witcher 3, the scale of Odyssey's Greek environments is incredible.
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