So the first time I played Witcher 2 and Witcher 3, I was semi depressed while playing them, and super depressed after them. Don't get me wrong, I absolutely adore them as games, but sometimes the fact that things rarely end happily, it really gets to me.
When I played Witcher 2 the first time, I didn't have as big of a bond to the characters as I do now, so I got off easy and generally was just looking forward to Witcher 3. But after Witcher 3 I just cried. I got pretty melancholy for a couple of weeks after that, and I couldn't shake it off. The 10th anniversary video CDPR released didn't help, I mean, it was perfect, I got to see that things ended pretty good after all, but it also reminded that this is the last time we will see Geralt and the gang.. I guess time healed that because I don't remember what the thing was that got me through it but I did.
I know I sound whiny and what not, but I figured of all the places this would be the one where I could get some understanding. So, how do I deal with it this time? How do you guys deal with the fact that you create such a big bond with all the characters and the story, and then deal with the fact that it completely ends? I am about to start Witcher 1 for the first time and then replay 2 and 3. I might also read some of the books, although I am not sure yet.
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