Reviews and Problems with The Witcher Enhanced Edition
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dated, but fun
greg tanner, Amazon
15 October 2013
Summary: Revamped version of the original. A must-have for fans of the series, although a bit pricy considering its age. I really enjoyed this game, maybe even more than its sequal. Very basic controls, left click/right click, but quite lengthy.
Summary: There's basically The Witcher, The Witcher Enhanced Edition, and The Witcher Director's Cut. Which one should you buy? Well, to be honest, it's the same game, just the other versions are patched. Basically, just get the cheapest one you can, or get the Enhanced Edition. You can get the patches for free, simply by doing a google search, keywords Witcher patch. Before you install TaGes, the DRM program, you can install patch 1.5, which removes the need for the DRM.
Summary: (You'll notice I've given the same review to both the witcher enhanced edition and the "normal" version of witcher - note that if you buy the normal version of witcher you can get patches for free from the game publisher's website that will upgrade it to enhanced edition for free.. note also that these upgrades and patches will work just fine even if you buy a used copy of the game... ) .. I had my doubts about this game at first ...
Summary: This game is fun! My computer is about 5 years old so it works out perfectly for this older game. I was pleasantly surprised with the depth and story of the game. A lot of these RPG's are so complicated and takes a long time to get into it, but this got me right from the beginning. The fact that Geralt lost his memory and trying to figure out his identity is a great touch. Get it! Especially at the great price!
Summary: In fact, I believe it is rated mature (due to the ability to "sleep" with women). I use "sleep" in quotations because you don't really see the act, but you do get some "risque" cards. The learning curve is pretty steep due to the fact that the combat was unlike many games at the time it was published.
Summary: I don't usually buy games for my computer, but I thought this one would be interesting. I have to say that it is. The gameplay is easy to pick up, the story is good and I find myself spending hours on end just playing it.
Summary: This game is very long. It ran and installed fine on my windows 7 64 bit system. It crashed 4 times during the story game, which is not bad, since it was about 30 hours of gameplay. The story is decent, and it would have lasted even longer if I hadn't have skipped most of the dialogue. I had a lot of fun with this game and basically nerded out for a week on it. Good multiple choice game, it cab played many ways with different outcomes.
Summary: I played this on the medium difficulty. It was a very fun game, perfect length. Story was good, characters were good, and fights looked great. Problems: -some character designs were identical across characters -some battles were very very difficult, even with more than adequate preparations -there were parts of the game that weren't so fun -its hard to tell what choices you should make (and if you are even making changes). Small things can impact the story humongous.
Summary: I recently downloaded this game and it was well worth the $10 I paid for it. You can't beat 11g for $10 and it didn't take nearly as long to download as the description says it will. It took about an hour. Running fine on WINDOWS 7/64 BIT. I'm using a Radeon HD 5450 GPU and it does a decent job running it without trashing the graphics but a better card would be ideal.