05 The Witcher II: Wild Hunt
Wandering monster-slayer Geralt of Rivia never stays in one place for long, and in massive RPG The Witcher III he takes in an impressive amount of scenery. The war-torn region of Velen is an expanse of rolling hills and grim, body-strewn battlefields, while the islands of Skellige are covered in beautiful boreal forests and towering rocky mountains. Each area has its own unique culture and personality, which makes the game’s world feel like a real, lived-in place. And if you want an even more dramatic change of scenery, the superb Blood and Wine expansion takes you to Toussaint, a colourful fairytale land of knights, castles and vineyards.