I started playing Witcher 3 almost a year ago after hearing such great things about it. At first it was amazing: beautiful landscapes and interesting characters/mythology. But after a while I found myself having a hard time maintaining interest while having to learn so many thi.
I think the sensation of there being so much to do became a bit of a hurdle. Eventually I just moved on to other things. I find this to be a common experience with games that are this vast and deep.
This also happened to me with Fallout 4, but after pushing through some of this initial malaise, I eventually got hooked. I’m revisiting Witcher 3 in hopes that it hooks me in the same way.
What games are you struggling to get into that you know you’re “supposed” to like? At what point do you bail and say “this just isn’t for me”?Any tips on pushing past the initial drudgery of learning a new universe?