Reviews and Problems with The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings
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The Witcher 2: Assassins Of Kings – Enhanced Edition – Review (360)
7 September 2013
Excerpt: When CD Projekt RED and Namco released The Witcher 2: Assassins Of Kings last year on PC a lot of heads turned and a lot of eyes opened to a new RPG on the block that not only got the basics of an RPG absolutely spot on, but it was also one of the most technically gifted RPG’s around as well as one...
Conclusion: While the lack of information for console-only players about Geralt’s previous adventure is regrettable, the series’ future is very bright. Assassins of Kings’ Enhanced Edition is not only a great game, it’s also a great port to consoles.
The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings Enhanced Edition
4 June 2012
Conclusion: Nevertheless this is an RPG you really have to own, and if you’ve been holding off for the console version rest assured you’ll be getting a smooth experience that was well worth the year-long wait.
The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings Enhanced Edition (X360) - Review
17 May 2012
Excerpt: The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings , follow-up to The Witcher , a well-received PC game from 2007, has been long-heralded as one of the stand-out RPGs of this generation since it emerged to critical acclaim on the PC in mid-2011.
Summary: in 2011, The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings has finally made its debut on the Xbox 360 in the Enhanced Edition. The developers at CD Projekt RED broke the traditional mold of hasty ports with a version of the game that for the gameplay experience on consoles.
Summary: The Witcher 2 is a grown up RPG. Not because of violence, or swearing, or nudity (though it does feature plenty of all of these), but because the story it tells is mature and the world you play in is complex and realistic and because the choices you make actually matter.
The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings – Enhanced Edition Xbox 360 Review
9 May 2012
Excerpt: With the current crop of consoles now being over five years old and high end PC gaming being a generation ahead in terms of visuals, these days it’s a somewhat insurmountable task to port across a game that was made exclusively with PC’s in mind, particularly when it’s a stunning looking game like...
Summary: TW2AoKEE, henceforth known simply as Witcher 2 , is most assuredly adult. Yes, it’s a tricky, sexy, sweary, gory beast of a title. That’s why it’s 18s. But Witcher 2 was crafted for a mature audience. Not simply any gamer whose years exceeds eighteen in number.