Many things happen over the course of your adventures in The Witcher 3. Some are forgettable. Most are far from it.
Here, then, is an objective and comprehensive list of...ah, who am I kidding, here’s a massive list of the things I loved most from a game I love so damn much.
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(Note: I say Everything* in the headline because while I have opinions on almost everything in the game, from Dwarven Ale to NPC lines like “another drifter in from Temeria”, I don’t want to keep you here all day. This, then, is just the best stuff.)
6. The complexity and sweetness of Geralt & Yenn’s relationship
5. Finding Ciri.
4. Becoming an inter-dimensional astronaut and literally travelling to an alien planet.
3. The Tower of Mice. Just...holy shit.
2. Throwing a baby in an oven.
1. The “Good Dad” ending.
You left out “Weightless Crafting Materials” which is by far the most underrated feature of this game. Play Fallout 4 for a couple hours and you’ll wish to every God in existence you could actually pick up crafting components without being overburdened for the 1000000th time. In Witcher 3, you rarely ever have to play the, “Which important items can I afford to drop?” game with your inventory.