Loved the Witcher 2 when I played it so kind of excited to see this...
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Posted 19 August 2013 - 08:23 AM
I own both previous titles and haven't played a single moment of them. Probably going to pick up the third one too.
If nothing else you'll get to understand precisely why the Pathfinder Inquisitor class is a specialised Monster Hunter instead of an actual, you know, inquisitor. They just changed the name for copywright reasons and turned his potions into spells.
Posted 05 September 2013 - 07:27 AM
I'm pretty stoked about these as well. Me and Alex were discussing it the other night, how the trailer reminds us a couple of scenes from the books -- which is never a bad thing.
I actually pre-ordered TW2, but only ended up completing TW1 early last year. I should probably start TW2, but there are so many good games out there (Rome 2, I'm looking at you).
That said CD Projekt RED are a nice, ethical, gaming company in this world that seems to be filled with on-disk DLC and shady deals. They're one of the few companies in which I don't mind dropping $60 on a game I know I won't play for a while, just to support the company.
I'm curious if there are other folks who do similar for their favorite gaming company and if so, who is it and why?
Posted 08 September 2013 - 04:17 PM
I should probably start TW2
You're going to "love" the part with the Dragon on the bridge at the beginning of the game where you can't fight it. You simply have to run away and dodge the flames while enemy soldiers are trying to kill you and this is only the intro level!
Posted 10 September 2013 - 09:20 AM
Spoilers much? But yeah, thankfully, I've played it enough to get past that point now.
Not that much actually . Gerralt blatantly states that he's not going to even think about trying to fight the dragon when it turns up. He's got a more important objective. The game does sort of throw you in at the deep end (the tutorial is a full on siege assault on a castle with people trying to kill you at every turn). And you kind of get hurled into the action with very little by means of instruction or indication as to what you're supposed to do as people charge around in dissorganised mobs trying to kill each other.
It's all very emotional and intense.
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