The Witcher 2: Enhanced Edition is rich in graphics, movement and scenery .. and a little T&A never hurts.
Mistress of the Sea "Hoist the colors, me hea..., Amazon
6 August 2013
Summary: Difficulty: Just Right Time Spent: 20 to 40 Hours The Bottom Line: "Underappreciated" The Witcher 2: Enhanced Edition is visually impressive adult storyline. The varying degrees of difficulty can make killing that one boss challenging, or downright pretty easy. It's never easy migrating a PC game to a console, but the folks at CD Projekt did a fabulous job. They did it RIGHT!
Summary: As an RPG lover and a console gamer, I'm always happy to see a new title make its way to the boxes and stations. But when the console port of The Witcher 2 was announced, I was a little confused. I remembered that an Xbox port of the original Witcher was in the works, under the title "The Witcher: Rise of the White Wolf", so I wondered why a sequal for consoles was already in production.
Summary: Few role playing games manage to stand out nowadays; it seems the golden age for them is long past and many try and fail to truly become known as a masterpiece. The Witcher 2 is a game that is extremely ambitious with its story, which, while a bit slow to start, becomes a brilliant tale with believable and lively characters battling it out. You won't find a story of "Good vs. Evil" or the typical human, elf, dwarf high fantasy.
Summary: To start off, I enjoyed this game, but it CAN be frustrating, due to the style of combat. Which I will explain right now, since most people only read the first few sentences of a review. The combat system is very lackadaisical to the point where sometimes you rage because you can't hit more then one person at a time unless by some miracle they are standing right next to each other, (which makes the game somewhat difficult).
Impressive, immersive game with a very stiff learning curve.
Kevin Cruz, Amazon
6 March 2013
Summary: The best way I can describe this game is "Dragon Age 2, except it's good." When I first got this game going, got past the beautiful CGI intro and the brutal tutorial; the scope of the world immediately reminded me of the enclosed setting that was included in the original DA2. You have a city and an environment surrounding it to explore, and you remain there throughout the entirety of the chapter of the game you're playing through.
Summary: Never played the first game but was very entertained with Witcher 2. Its definatly a disadvange having not played the first game due to all the references and names mentioned that are supposed to mean something to veterans of the series but are a bit confusing for new comers. Thats really all the negivite aspects to the game for me. I really enjoyed the story and combat was quite fun and very deep, allowing for many different playstyles.
Great rpg. Very well written but can be hard to follow.
26 September 2012
Summary: I had heard many good things about The Witcher games but had never tried one until now. The voice acting is great and the story is amazing. It's kinda hard to follow since there's so many names that get brought up, and lucky for us that a small guide book is included in the package. There's so many choices you can make that affect what happens later on in the story, so you have multiple play throughs to look forward to.
Summary: I'll give Witcher 2 (PC) this....It's a pretty good looking game. Gave it a 4 stars mainly due to the controls. Pros: Wayyyy nicer looking than the 1st Witcher. Can now use a controller via USB with it (in my case I'm using an Xbox controller on the PC). I personally think it's much easier using the controller now, it's more intuitive. Cons: No button mapping.
Summary: Great game with mature themes. This is an RPG that looks great, has an awesome story, and is a lot of fun to play. The only part of the game that is lacking is the map and quest tracking. It can be a bit frustrating trying to find your way around in this game. Other than map and quest tracking though this game is solid. The look and story more than make up for the map frustrations. If you like RPG's and mature themes, then buy this game, it won't disappoint.