The Witcher 2 Assassins Of Kings Enhanced Edition
- Platform: Xbox 360
- ESRB Rating: Mature
- Media: Video Game
- Item Quantity: 1
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The second installment in the RPG saga about the Witcher, Geralt of Rivia, features a thoroughly engrossing, mature storyline defining new standards for thought-provoking, non-linear game narration. In addition to an epic story, the game features an original, brutal combat system that uniquely combines tactical elements with dynamic action. A new, modern game engine, responsible both for beautiful visuals and sophisticated game mechanics put you in the most lively and believable world ever created in an RPG game. A captivating story, dynamic combat system, beautiful graphics, and everything else that made the original Witcher such a great game are now executed in a much more advanced and sophisticated way.
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Top Customer Reviews
The story line is very very engaging. The game is fairly linear in terms of exploration compared to Skyrim but unlike Skyrim it is very deep. The storyline changes markedly and continually based on your decisions. You will literally go down entirely different paths in the game, find new things, meet new people, and experience entirely different quests depending on decisions that you make. You actually have an impact on the storyline of the game. I found myself thinking about the game while I was at work and I could not wait to get home to play it.
Playthrough takes about 25-35 hours.
Overall I felt this was a better game than Skyrim. Ignore the 1 star review and check out metacritic instead.
Most recent customer reviews
This product showed up a day earlier than expected. Also I wasn't paying attention when I bought it but it seems that I got a super duper collections edition or something that... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Tom Lukasch
i never ad the chas to play the first on but this game is very good ,i highly recomende it if your a fan RPG its not for every one . Read morePublished on Oct. 21 2012 by Joel Gaudreauld