Reviews and Problems with The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings
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A Rewarding and Replayable RPG (but not for the faint of heart!)
Jake K., Amazon
22 August 2015
Summary: A challenging, unique, and absorbing twist on the high fantasy RPG formula, The Witcher 2 revels in both rich world-building and inventive gameplay encounters. As Geralt of Rivia, a seasoned monster hunter with a case of amnesia and nasty habit of falling in with dangerous company, players are...
Summary: This review is after 5 hours in, will update after completing game. Witcher 2 is a game that is great in many ways but rough around the edges. Not a goty candidate, but it feels like future games in the series might be awesome because the developer shows great promise.
Looking forward to the 3rd game after playing this!
10 January 2015
Summary: Fun game, great storyline, now I'm ready for the third game to release! Combat takes awhile to master but it becomes fluid once you pass the learning curve. Graphics and storyline are not skimped on. Great voice acting as well.
Summary: Ok this game is not a true open world play. The controller and game options are not clearly defined and are limited(no options to change buttons). The Dwarfs have horrible if not just very bad dialog (foul language you over look a few times but it gets old real fast.
Summary: Pros: Interesting story , lots to do, a long game to pass time with Cons: Figuring out the control scheme is like doing calculus homework. Any more complicated and you would need a degree to Witcher controls just to play. Normal difficulty is like Insane on other titles.
Summary: Witcher 2 has a great cast of characters and a rather good story. I won't spoil anything, but most players will enjoy the game. Locations are beautiful, interactive, and players that explore will be rewarded.