The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings features an engrossing and very mature storyline that defines a new standard for realistic, non-linear game narration. With a mixture of beautiful visuals and dynamic action, the game puts players in a living and believable world. The Witcher 2 on Xbox 360 is impeccably adapted for the console experience and delivers significant enhancements to the critically-acclaimed PC title. The game includes 3+ hours of new content and new gameplay and story elements, and marks the first appearance of the esteemed RPG on consoles.
The Xbox 360 doesn’t really have a shortage of good adventure games right now. Aside from the Fable games and the “FUS RO DAH”-ness of Skyrim, you’ve also got Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning, 38 Studios’ surprisingly engaging journey with hours worth of gameplay packed into it. But let me go ahead and issue you fair warning right now — you’ll want to brush some time aside for The Witcher. In the past few days, we’ve taken several different routes with this game and have still just scratched the surface over what’s being offered here. It’s that kind of epic, one that will take you months at a time to discover everything that it has to offer. And that’s a good thing. The Witcher 2 has... Read Review