Summary: Ok so, I decided to pick this up since it was less than $10 because I wanted to try out a sword fighting game to see if I like the genre before making the leap to the time suck of SkyRim. Well, it says open world adventure it is far from open world. Your character can't jump up and down.
Summary: It has the same feeling as Star Wars Galaxies: all the ingredients for a great RPG are there, but somehow it feels stale and lifeless, and not interesting at all. There are tons of limitations that just shouldn't be there, like not being able to go back to a previous chapter area and finish a quest.
Pros: Something to do until Fallout 3 comes out.
Cons: Not a great game, contrary to the reviews. Characters and cutscenes are awful, quests are vague and badly managed. Seems like the only clear goal of the game is constantly tell you how awesome you are. Camera drives me nuts, it won't settle on a comfortable position. Combat difficulty is all over...
Summary: This was great it arrived on time and it is a great game but it is difficult for popular comedians or movies to get five stars so for someone who has just packed something up and sent it away one star should be sufficient.
Summary: With the release of witcher3 imminent I thought that i would check out its predecessor. I'm glad that I did as this game was not good to make it clear. In fairness it has a lot of the right elements and it should have been a great game, but it was riddled with annoying development decisions which...
Summary: Witcher 2 is probably the most difficult game to get to grips with that I have ever come across, sadly not in a fun way. The combat system is just awful, it consists of blocks that don't and lots of roll away, attack, roll away, attack, roll away, attack nonsense.