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"Decent PC version. Looks great with a lot of options but it can have performance issues in some parts like Act 3. Vsync must be forced through drivers."

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Faites l'expérience du jeu de rôle de l'année (PC Gamer, GameSpy, IGN) en version non censurée. The Witcher: Enhanced Edition Director's Cut, avec contenu pour adultes non disponible au préalable pour les joueurs Nord-américains.

À PROPOS DE THE WITCHER: ENHANCED EDITION

Le jeu de rôle de l'année est de retour - en Premium Edition avec de nombreux extras! Vous êtes, Geralt, un chasseur de démons pris dans une intrigue dans laquelle des forces se battent pour le contrôle du monde. Prenez les bonnes décisions aux bons moments et plongez au cœur de l'action dans cette histoire sans pareil !
The Witcher est un récit unique dans le monde du jeu de rôle et va au-delà du clivage bien/mal dans un univers ou la morale est ambiguë.The Witcher place l'évolution des personnages au cœur de l'histoire et comprend des éléments tactiques ainsi que du combat en temps réel comme aucun jeu ne l'avait fait avant lui.
The Witcher: Enhanced Edition reprend les bases du jeu original récompensé à de nombreuses reprises et les porte vers de nouveaux sommets.
  • Dialogues améliorés et nouvelles scènes de transition - Les développeurs ont réécrit 5000 lignes de dialogues, remastérisé l'édition allemande et ajouté plus de 200 animations.
  • Inventaires amélioré - Le nouveau système d'inventaire et une organisation simplifiée amélioreront les temps de gestion.
  • Améliorations techniques - Les améliorations techniques sont trop nombreuses pour être listées. En tête : des temps de chargement plus courts, une meilleure stabilité générale, des combats plus nerveux, un inventaire amélioré...
  • Système de différenciation des personnages - Pour plus de variété nous avons ajouté un système qui affiche des couleurs aléatoires dans les personnages peuplant l'univers virtuel.
  • Le package - The Witcher: Enhanced Edition et plus qu'une simple édition de l'année d'un jeu de rôle, c'est une édition collector au prix d'un jeu normal. En chargement : édition en plusieurs langues, l'éditeur d'aventure D'jinni, deux nouvelles aventures avec plus de 5 heures de jeu, la bande originale son, des vidéos du making-of, le guide officiel du jeu et une carte de l'univers de The Witcher

Comprend :
  • Geralt of Rivia: un personnage unique
    • Un personnage charismatique, maître d'armes, mutant et tueur de monstre de profession.
    • Choisissez parmi 250 capacités spéciales, pouvoirs magiques et autres pour composer votre personnage.
  • Monde fantastique issu de la littérature classique
    • Inspiré des écrits d'Andrzej Sapkowski, écrivain polonais.
    • Comprend des thèmes adultes comme le racisme, la politique et évoque le génocide.
    • Monde cruel où tout n'est ni noir ni blanc vous obligeant à faire des choix cruciaux pour poursuivre votre aventure.
  • Histoire non linéaire et captivante
    • Rebondissements ayant des conséquences sur le scénario.
    • Toutes les quêtes peuvent être remplies de manière différentes. Le jeu dispose de trois fins différentes en fonction des choix du personnage principal.
  • Action tactique visuelle hors pair
    • Plongez dans un mode de combat intuitif et temps réel utilisant des techniques de combat d'épée du moyen-âge.
    • Captures de mouvements faits sur des experts des combats du moyen-âge à Francfort au studio Metric Minds composant les 600 animations du jeu.
    • Six styles de combats avec système d'alchimie, armes modifiables et magie pour des tactiques et une profondeur de combat en temps réel.

Configuration requise

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Mac
    Configuration minimale :
    • Système d'exploitation : Microsoft® Windows® /XP/Vista
    • Version DirectX : DirectX 9.0c (inclus) ou supérieur
    • Processeur : Intel Pentium 4 2.4 GHz ou Athlon 64 +2800 (Intel Pentium 4 3.0 GHz ou AMD Athlon 64 +3000 recommandés). La série des Athlon XP, comme l'Athlon XP +2400, n'est pas supportée
    • Carte graphique : NVIDIA GeForce 6600 ou ATI Radeon 9800 ou meilleure (NVIDIA GeForce 7800 GTX ou ATI Radeon X1950 XT ou mieux recommandé)
    • Mémoire : 1 Go de RAM (2 Go de mémoire vive recommandé)
    • Carte son : Carte son compatible DirectX version 9.0c
    • Disque dur : 15 Go d'espace disque disponible
    Minimum :
    • Système d'exploitation : OS X version 10.6.8 ou plus récent.
    • Processeur : Intel Core 2 Duo (au choix)
    • Mémoire vive : 2 Go de RAM
    • Carte graphique : Carte graphique nVidia GeForce 320M (ou meilleure), AMD Radeon HD 6750M (ou meilleure) ou Intel HD Graphics 3000
    • Disque dur : 10.5 Go d'espace disque disponible
    Recommandée :
    • Système d'exploitation : OS X version 10.6.8 ou plus récent.
    • Processeur : Intel Core i5 ou Core i7 (au choix)
    • Mémoire vive : 4 Go de RAM
    • Carte graphique : Carte graphique avec au moins 512 Mo de mémoire vidéo
    • Disque dur : 10.5 Go d'espace disque disponible on HDD
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1 personne(s) sur 1 (100%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
51.5 heures en tout
The Witcher, c'est ce qu'on appelle une pépite, même pour les joueurs n'aimant pas spécialement les RPG.

Un univers, une histoire, et plus généralement une aventure qui vaut le détour!
Posté le : 16 octobre
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8 personne(s) sur 9 (89%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
66.3 heures en tout
Captivating storyline, dynamic combat, excellent soundtrack and decent graphics. Rich experience for each player / fan of RPG games. Probably one of the best fantasy RPG on the market, also one of my favorites. The Witcher - the well-known Geralt of Rivia outcast, the hero having to face the evil that is necessary in a world full of terrifying monsters. Fantastic story about a hunter of monsters who has been involved in a conflict in which your every decision will change the course. By the way I recommend you to play at a high level of difficulty because then you will be able to use the full potential of this game. One of the titles that you should have.
Posté le : 12 octobre
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6 personne(s) sur 7 (86%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
21.3 heures en tout
Okay, I've played this game, so what?

The first time you run The Witcher is like doing a labor you normally don't do for the sake of civilized society. What I mean with "society" is everyone around you, the norm you live by, and such.

But as soon as you drawn into this story-driven game (character-driven too), you will certainly forget about all of that unnecessary feelings of hesitation. The game will eventually says: "It's okay, I may be have these naughty dilly dally.. But, I also have this well-thought and complex storyline that will makes you think of me differently."

What I like the most about this game is the artwork, not "that artwork" actually.. but rather the one that for example shows Garalt and Seigfried fighting together against this YianKutKu-like monster. Accompanied by this "what if" question that makes you wonder about the "other outcome" if you chose different path .

Just like you've already read above, I will not talk about the gameplay in general. Because you've already know that there is actually two types of gamer, the one that .... (you know the rest)... Basically the game is well worth your time if you're into a rather serious and well-made story and is okay with some unnecessary dilly dally. Oh well.. Just play it already!
Posté le : 1 octobre
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4 personne(s) sur 4 (100%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
173.1 heures en tout
Everything you want in a very good RPG game. Amazing story, great characters and voice acting... lots of things to explore and learn about in the game world, which makes up the meat of the game in my opinion. If you are the type to skip all the dialogue and forget about all the codex entries, it might not be for you, because outside of that, the game only becomes a decent RPG at best.

I've still yet to play 2, which is why I'm reviewing this now instead of after, so I can't compare the clearly better, newer game to the older one (we're all guilty of this). I'd say the graphics can be a bit inconsistent... sometimes it feel like you've time traveled back to 2002, and sometimes the graphics are absolutely stunning.

The combat is fluent and works well once you get used to it, but it does get a bit boring after a while. I'm hoping the 2nd game in the series expanded upon the combat just a little bit to add some flare. Overall one of the best RPGs in its class (2008) and WOW, $10
Posté le : 17 octobre
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3 personne(s) sur 3 (100%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
60.7 heures en tout
Stunning debut from CD Projekt. It certainly has its flaws, but many of these have been improved by patches or simply by the advancement of hardware since its release. As an achievement of the RPG genre this game remains outstanding.

Based on the novels of Andrej Sapkowski (long popular in Poland), The Witcher's strength as an RPG owes much to the excellent source material. Sapkowski combines elements of folklore, medieval history and traditional fantasy to show us a believable world, then turns some of these conventions on their heads in a neat twist. In short, this is a world where Galadriel goes to the toilet and Gandalf goes to the brothel.

The crudeness occasionally feels overstated and even sexist, but generally the dark and dirty mood of the game adds character and credibility to the situations and decisions surrounding Geralt, the protagonist. This is clever storytelling with some absolutely brilliant moments. Also, at max settings it still looks pretty great.

A real gem of an RPG and a fantastic introduction to The Witcher series. Highly recommended.
Posté le : 28 septembre
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3 personne(s) sur 3 (100%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
8.0 heures en tout
Best game I've ever played. Period.
Posté le : 25 septembre
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39.0 heures en tout
My review will be separated into different parts covering the many different aspects of the game. First I want to mention that I beat the game in exactly 39 hours (107 days total), I did all the main story quests + many side quests I would say that I have probably done 65-70% of all the side quests.
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Story: One of the most immersive storylines I have ever played. I usually have trouble following long storylines because english is not my native language, but I had absolutely no trouble following this one and understanding everything that the game wants me to do. This is the best part of the game, 10/10
Freedom of choice: The game will often ask you how you want to go about doing centain things, like picking a side for example. Infact you have to make so many choices that the game would completely change if you play it a second time. The choices play a big part on the story and I will definitely do a second playthrough in the future just to see how different the game will be, 9/10
Free roam: This is a very big downside in my opinion. Every chapter has it's own "place of operations", you are confined to only one place where you have to do your quests in order to advance to other sections. The places are big, but get boring after you walk around the same street a 70th time, 6/10
Gameplay: The fighting mechanics at the start were incredibly annoying. They were so annoying infact that I ragequit a couple times because I didn't understand the proper way of using them. Way into the game though I really saw the appeal of them. Having 10+ enemies coming after you means that you have to do a lot of fast thinking, changing combat styles and using different potions. So the fighting at first seems primitive and annoying until you get used to it, then it becomes amazing, 8/10
Graphics: Amazing graphics for a 2007 game. The greenery especially is beautiful, 8/10
Misc: Not being able to jump and walking off half a meter ledges is very frustrating. The game is full of invisible walls and really slows down your movement. You have to often guess where you can walk. These limitations are the worst thing about the game and the reason why it is not my GOTY of 2007, instead it will take the 2nd place in my list, 1/10
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That's it for the review, I recommend the game, I payed 2 euro for it on the summer sale, but would have gladly payed 10 euro if I knew how amazing it was. Final score 8.5/10
Posté le : 5 octobre
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2 personne(s) sur 2 (100%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
42.9 heures en tout
A nice RPG for 2007.
While it has a lot of awkward and funny looking cutscenes, an extremely repetitive combat system, a short list of voice actors, little diversity in character models, and the occasional pornographic card being added to your personal collection (you heard me right), it still retained a fair amount of immersion in a well thought out storyline and environment, despite it being quite linear with plenty of loading screens. The game mentions a plethora of relevant information in the universe lore when it comes to the background histories, monster descriptions, alchemy, etc.
Oh, and the music. Fantastic is an understatement.
Be warned: The game can be damn hard at times, as drinking potions is a must. Saving frequently is recommended too.
"A witcher without potions is only half a witcher."

7/10
Posté le : 13 octobre
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84.3 heures en tout
Wow, I am so glad that I FINALLY finished The Witcher!!! Such a long, but fantastically unique game that would make any RPG fan happy. The gameplay can be a little shoddy at times but overall it was a lot of fun. I wish Act IV didn't exist due to the length of the whole game, but that's about my only complaint.

A lot of the hours in my record are due to pausing the game so it doesn't take 80+ hours by the way! Most people seem to average 50-60 hours.
Posté le : 9 octobre
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2 personne(s) sur 3 (67%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
1.9 heures en tout
7.5/10
"Triss, I know that our future is at stake and that I am the hero who has to save everyone, but I just saw a hot chick over there and would like to bang her first. Maybe she has a sister or knows other women I can bang. By the way, look at my cool card collection. Yes, they're women I banged. Oh I almost forgot, I love you. We should totally bang later."

Don't get me wrong, I don't have any problems with nudity and/or sexual themes in video games, but the devs exaggerated a little with that.
Posté le : 26 septembre
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2.4 heures en tout
Too oldschool for me but nonetheless a great game especially if you want to know the backstory of The Witcher before you play 2 and 3
Posté le : 27 septembre
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13.7 heures en tout
I'm 9 hours in; so far, so good. Buy it now.

8/10 [temp score]
Posté le : 29 septembre
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10.9 heures en tout
If you like games like Gothic this game is for you.
Posté le : 7 octobre
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41.8 heures en tout
Excelent RPG.

It even is replayable as your choices to alter the course of events and possibilities.
Posté le : 14 octobre
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32.2 heures en tout
Became a favourite immediately. I'm an avid RPG player, being the final fantasy series my preferred choice. This title changed so much of my perspective on the genre, coming from FF and Diablo, there's not much to say, just follow the story and level up your character. I can only compare this title to dragon age origins (story wise), a game that truly takes the palyer decisions to smash them in your face with unexpected results. The plot unveils perfectly, the combat mechanics are one of a kind, really unique, and the satisfaction on completing secret quests its unparalleled. Just remembered my old days with FF X, with 60+ hours of gameplay... The outdated graphics are not as bad as some say, the escenarios are huge! Like nothing I've seen! (first pc game, so I come from the console market). Really, what a surprise... such a great game. I reclaimed my free copy at GOG.com with this KEY and finished there as I don't like to have an internet connection every time I wish to play, but the game is fantastic... just as that... Love The Witcher!
Posté le : 28 septembre
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44.4 heures en tout
The fact that this is one of the better cRPGs released in the last 10 years mainly speaks to the fact that there are very few good cRPGs. The graphics are nice, and there's lots to do, but almost everything is either very uneven or downright poor.

Combat, after you get used to the "rhythm game" style is very repetitive, and by mid-game poses absolutely zero challenge since certain powers are so stupidly overpowered. Enemies give diminishing XP, so there's thankfully no real reason to fight most of them since little fun is provided. Since you never really have a party to work with, all strategy is eliminated, which I think is why they added the rhythm element to try and add some sort of depth. They failed. After the first act of trying things out, combat is never really engaging or fun. Fire spells are so stupidly overpowered that by midgame, it's basically a "win" button on medium difficulty.

The story of the game is also super uneven. Feels like a handful of good ideas that were screwed up by people completely inexperienced in writing a screenplay. Dialogue is uneven and not helped by mostly below average voice acting, and lots of plot threads just kind of lurch back and forth with bad pacing. The "big twist" in the game doesn't happen until the Epilogue and is both crappy and comes too late. I honestly didn't care about the character involved and the reasoning behind it made zero logical sense. The makers have obviously tried to make choice a "shades of gray" kind of thing with both sides you can choose between basically being ♥♥♥♥ty and unlikeable. The humans are racists who are killing and stealing from the elves and dwarves and putting them in ghettos, while the elves and dwarves retaliate by murdering civilian families.... and you have to pick a side that ultimately will have very little effect on the grand scheme of things. Every time you do something that seems obviously humane, they have to stick something in there to make sure there really was no "good guy" option.

Certain characters that I assume come from the source books show up and play key roles. They get little to no backstory (since you already know them!), so unless you've read the books (i didn't), you will have little attachment to them even though the game treats them like they're your dear old friends. Not helped by really bored voice actors. The other characters don't get much backstory, so you won't get attached to any of them either. Dialogue is really uneven, and characters' motivations, including the main character, are all in all very poorly handled and it really seems amateurish.

The makers shoehorned lots of sex into the game, so basically if you don't explicity tell every female character that you don't want to have sex with them, you'll be shown a still picture of them naked. Most of the time, the naked still drawing doesn't look like their in-game model. I guess that's supposed to give the game a "mature" theme, but I just found it to be weird.

There's an ok quantity of loot in the form of craftable potions and buffs, but you'll probably upgrade your weapons 2-4 times and armor twice in the course of the game. Potions really aren't necessary on normal difficulty. Inventory management is just a pain in the ♥♥♥. You have space to hold about 94% of the game's different crafting materials a ta time. Why not 100%, really? Bad design. There's one item in the game you'll have to save up money for, and once you've done that, take my advice and don't bother hoarding food or treasure items. No point, really.

Quest structure is the most frustrating part of this game. There's not really any fast travel. Each act takes place over 3-4 relatively small "zones". Most quests involve "go 2 zones over, get something, and then come back here before going back 2 zones over and coming back again". Most questgivers start indoors, so going 2 zones over generally means 3-4 loading screens each way plus some walking. There isn't much to do besides the main quest and a small number of side quests, so doing a few quests at the same time and multitasking your trips to different zones really isn't an option.

It took me 40 hours to play through the game, but I felt like if there was a decent fast travel system, even one that just let you teleport to the start of each zone after you've visited each once, the game probably only would have taken 25-40 hours. Literally 25-35% of game time felt like meaningless jogging between quest markers and load screens.

I should also say that if you hated Dragon Age 2's running around in the city, that you spend over half of this game in one city, which is much much smaller and has much much less to do than Kirkwall did.

The game looks nice and the setting is generally good (the glaring excepting being when they shoehorn the lady of the lake/holy grail/excalibur legend into the game which really smashes immersion), and the music is quite strong.

In all, I'd still actually recommend this game IF AND ONLY IF you haven't already played:

Dragon Age 1 + 2
Baldur's Gate 1 + 2
Icewind Dale 1 + 2
Elder Scrolls 3 + 4 + 5
The Divinity Series
Neverwinter Nights 2 + Modules
Arcanum
(maybe Neverwinter Nights 1 + expansions as well)

They are all better cRPGs that are in fantasy settings, and are basically better in all gameplay and story aspects other than graphics.

I'm going to play Witcher 2 next, which might end up making me appreciate Witcher 1 more (or not.)
Posté le : 15 octobre
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34.8 heures en tout
I hate this game so much, but it's like a massive dump you've spent hours on and can't help but admire.
Posté le : 20 octobre
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107.3 heures en tout
My balls itch.
Posté le : 24 septembre
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37.7 heures en tout
I Really like this series. a bit different but good
Posté le : 3 octobre
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2.0 heures en tout
This is one of those games (another example is Dragon Age) that combine a great story with terrible game play. The combat system is atrocious, boring and dull. I cannot recommend purchasing this game. Instead, read a plot summary on the web and google the collectible cards.
Posté le : 21 octobre
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