- Summary: Assume the role of The Witcher, Geralt, a legendary monster slayer caught in a web of intrigue as he battles forces vying for control of the world. Make difficult decisions and live with the consequences in a game that will immerse you in an extraordinary tale like no other. The WitcherAssume the role of The Witcher, Geralt, a legendary monster slayer caught in a web of intrigue as he battles forces vying for control of the world. Make difficult decisions and live with the consequences in a game that will immerse you in an extraordinary tale like no other. The Witcher shatters the line between good and evil in a world where moral ambiguity reigns. The Witcher emphasizes story and character development in a vibrant world while incorporating tactically-deep real-time combat like no game before it. [Atari]… Expand
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PC PowerPlayAll in all, the Enhanced Edition is a triumph. Projekt Red took a great game and made it better. While the new content won’t take too much time to plough through for a veteran, it’s worth playing the original campaign again just to marvel at how much has been tweaked. [Nov 2008, p.54]
The Witcher is in better shape than ever, and gamers that played the original will be jealous of those who can enjoy the game for the first time in its higher form. Don't worry, though, as the Enhanced Edition gives Witcher veterans a perfect excuse to replay a sure-to-be classic.
PC Gamer UKFlawed RPG fixed. [Nov 2008, p.88]
May 7, 2011The Witcher: Enhanced Edition is the most underrated game ever.
It's perfection. The graphics are amazing: if you compare with Dragon Age theyThe Witcher: Enhanced Edition is the most underrated game ever.
It's perfection. The graphics are amazing: if you compare with Dragon Age they are so much better even though this game is older. The music is a masterpiece and fits perfectly everywhere ... it really makes you feel like the places actually exist and gives the game a very unique and special feeling. The characters are very interesting and you want to know more and more about them all the time (very much as in Baldur's Gate II: Shadows of Amn). The story is also awesome ... I don't want to spoil anything but it really is great.
If you like RPGs then buy this game. It's a masterpiece and one of the best RPGs ever made (Baldur's Gate II and Morrowind are the only RPGs I recon beats this game).… Expand
Mar 6, 2012i am simply amazed by the game.after playing the first chapter i was about to uninstall the game but thankfully i dint.the first chapter isi am simply amazed by the game.after playing the first chapter i was about to uninstall the game but thankfully i dint.the first chapter is not that good but after that its amazing.the game lets you decide what you want to do and you will have consequences for every choice you make.now i am going to buy witcher 2.… Expand
DavidB.Oct 6, 2008The best RPG I have played in a very long time. I can't possibly cover all the reasons to experience this game; please do experience it The best RPG I have played in a very long time. I can't possibly cover all the reasons to experience this game; please do experience it though, you will not be disappointed. Think of all the RPGs that have been over-hyped only to not deliver - bland, shallow, characterless... This game is the polar opposite. A superb game that has to rise above its obscurity.… Expand
cameronsNov 14, 2008I really enjoyed this game. The storyline(s) are all actually interesting (unlike most other RPGs I've played), not because of the I really enjoyed this game. The storyline(s) are all actually interesting (unlike most other RPGs I've played), not because of the overarching goal (kill bad guy), but because of the way you can watch it develop, if you give it attention. This isn't a game that will force everything of note into your lap, you have to go out and find it. It does not reward lazy playing. Choices are of course, in. Not "Will you eat the baby or give it candy and love" sorts, more like "Will I help the sociopathic terrorists being about racial equality and end persecution or will I help the religious zealots bring stability and order?". Decisions can be hard and have consequences impacting the rest of the game. Every choice you make can very well leave you thinking "Am I helping the right people here?". Personally, I love it. Probably not so great in terms of replayability (thus the lower score), gameplay can get tedious towards the mid-points of most of the chapters ("cmon mister mayor, don't make me run all the way back to the swamp, I just got back from there..."), but the shortcomings are made up for by the story, easily.… Expand
Jul 16, 2012If there's one thing that can be said about The Witcher, it's that it is a very unique game.
1) No other game uses timed combat in such anIf there's one thing that can be said about The Witcher, it's that it is a very unique game.
1) No other game uses timed combat in such an interesting fashion, and manages to make it feel fresh the entire way through.
2) No other game uses potions in such an interesting and complex manner.
3) No one places quite the same emphasis on player choice in quite the same way, with frightening murals displaying the consequences of each choice.
4) No other game has created a world and environments in quite the same way that the Witcher has.
5) No other game has quite the same main plot that the Witcher has
6) No other game grants you quite the same quests that the Witcher does
No one has made a game quite like this one before, and if only for that reason, this game is worth checking out. However, there is an annoyance coupled with every great thing that this game brings to the table.
1) Some combats can be overcome simply by outrunning/ exploiting the AI, which is way too easy to do, especially at what are supposed to be great moments in the game.
2) Potions can only be brewed at Fireplaces, which requires a lot of dead travel time.
3) Ever so rarely, the game isn't quite clear about what the choice you're actually making IS. I don't mean the consequences, I mean the choice.
4) The world suffers from a drab low fantasy coat of grime, with too many people eager to slut themselves around to the point where character motivations become muddled and uninteresting.
5) The Witcher suffers from Explaining Syndrome, where it doesn't always narrate along the way; it sometime just explains the plot to you afterwards.
6) The Witcher manages to make fetch quests not feel so much like fetch quests, with good item placement, and also by weaving your identity as a Monster Slayer into the fabric of the game. However, some quests are still unbearably miserable messenger boy runs, and the sex cards are pretty lame and spontaneous.
There were a lot of things that I liked about the Witcher; it's a title that you only get in the PC genre, and really expounded upon that strength. However, its flaws truly dragged it down from something brilliant to something very inconsistent.
Still, a great freshman effort from CD Projekt.… Expand
Jun 3, 2020The graphics are good compared to the games released in its time
but the animations and the gameplay are too bad that I couldn't standThe graphics are good compared to the games released in its time
but the animations and the gameplay are too bad that I couldn't stand playing it for 30 minutes… Expand