Reviews and Problems with The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings
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Andrew D. Katz, Amazon
24 July 2015
Summary: I got to the point early in this game where I had three extant missions, but the map refused to show where to go to complete those missions; I did not want to bother chatting with every NPC and entering every random building to hunt for clues.
Summary: Look, The Witcher 2 is not a bad game, per se, but it misses too many notes in its own genre for my liking. No real class system, no variety in armors or weapons, no character customization & no real freedom to speak of. This game is so linear, it's almost on par with rail shooters.
Summary: I just completed this game last night and am now afforded the ability to browse the reviews on here (I'm a stickler for no spoilers) and formulate my own opinion. I got this game for one main reason - it was billed as an RPG that allows you to make choices that either majorly or moderately affect...
Summary: I purchased this game because of glowing reviews, and much buzz about its, difficulty, adult story and grown up thematics. It's pretty enough, but combat is loose and the only thing adult about this game is that every female in it is slipping out of her chair/bursting out of her dress for the...
Summary: Good game but their was one major thing that ruined it for me, the Witchers girlfriend. I don't know who decided her voice actor but by Talos her voice is so annoying, mainly because it just does not fit into the game at all, and it is just unbearable to listen to.
Summary: Well where do i start....i actually bought this game based on the reviews on this site,and for the life of me i cannot understand how anybody could give this game five stars,i am a big fan of RPG games and have spent many hundreds of hours happily immersed in graphically created worlds(mainly...
Summary: About two thirds of the way through this game I thought "I've given this enough of a chance. It's just bad." The same thought had occurred to me several times earlier in the game, but I'd pressed on hoping things would get better. They didn't though.