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Date de parution : 16 sept 2008

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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

Windows
Mac OS X
    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 10.8, 10.9, 10.10
    • Processeur : Intel Core i5
    • Mémoire vive : 4 Go de RAM
    • Carte graphique : Carte graphique nVidia GeForce GT 650m, AMD Radeon HD 6750M ou Intel HD Graphics 5000
    • Disque dur : 14.25 Go d'espace disque disponible
    Note sur la compatibilité d'affichage: la résolution recommandée pour une performance optimale est 1440x900. Il est déconseillé d'utiliser des résolutions natives Retina.
    Recommandée :
    • Système d'exploitation : OS X 10.8, 10.9, 10.10
    • Processeur : Intel Core i5 ou Core i7 (au choix)
    • Mémoire vive : 4 Go de RAM
    • Carte graphique : Carte graphique nVidia GeForce GT 650m, AMD Radeon HD 6970m ou Intel Iris 5200
    • Disque dur : 14.25 Go d'espace disque disponible
    Note sur la compatibilité d'affichage: la résolution recommandée pour une performance optimale est 1440x900. Il est déconseillé d'utiliser des résolutions natives Retina.
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Skyfall
( 37.7 heures en tout )
Posté le : 30 juin
This was the first game of the trilogy that I’ve played and I must shamefully admit that when I opened it for the first time, I did it with the idea of getting over it as quickly as possible in order to advance to the newer titles. By the time the prologue ended, I had realised how wrong I was. The story hooked me from the beginning: I found myself actually interested in the lore and happenings of the world, I really wanted to know more about witchers and especially about Geralt.

The plot of the game is its strongest point: it has several turning points and twists. Not only that, but also you feel that your choices actually have relevant impact. And perhaps the most particular and captivating feature is why people praise the trilogy so much: there is no right or wrong. Unlike other RPGs, here you have to make actual decisions whose consequences you can’t exactly predict and every choice is supported by legitimate arguments. Besides, even the NPCs behave unpredictably: the ones I thought would be potential enemies ended up being allies and vice versa. All that uncertainty makes the game feel more realistic in terms of characters and personalities.

Unfortunately, the one thing about this game that I have to criticize is the fighting system. It felt unresponsive at times; dodging attacks isn’t intuitive and enemies chaining stuns made some battles quite frustrating. I really didn’t mind most of those negative features until I got further into the game and, logically, the difficulty increased. Other than that, there are a few other things that, in my opinion, could be improved, like variety of NPC models or voice acting, but neither of them made the gameplay worse, so that’s fine. However, I never quite understood the reason of the ‘romance’ cards; they added nothing to the game but a sexist connotation.

Finally, to my surprise, I ended up being fond of Geralt as a character. He is more than just a badass monster slayer –as I first thought- and I could actually feel how he struggles to find his place in the world, to be loyal to the witcher’s code and to recover his memory. No doubt I will see him develop into a deeper character in the following titles of the trilogy and I’m eager to experience that.

To sum it up, this is a very enjoyable mature RPG with a compelling story and solid characters; a firm establishment of a trilogy that promises to not disappoint.
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thefelixone
( 34.1 heures en tout )
Posté le : 30 juin
Le jeu est moche en date d'aujourd'hui, le gameplay un peu marginal, mais l'histoire est exceptionnelle et vaut le détour.
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Ezio Auditore
( 68.8 heures en tout )
Posté le : 29 juin
"ONE OF THE BEST RPG EVER MADE"
witcher 1 is definitely better than witcher 2 and its time for me to play witcher 3.
Moving on to the game,the strory is legendary,quest are unique,side quests are interesting...(i think no one can skip it)
Moving on to the combat..during the 1st few missions it was not great and i even thought of uninstalling the game.......
but after upgrading the skill tree and understanding the combat style....(strong fast group style)...,,,,just 1 word to discribe it EXEMPLARY......
UNLIKE OTHER RPGS COMBAT IS CHALLENGING AND FRESH......
At the time of chapter 4,5....Geralt of rivia is "DEMIGOD"(if skill tree used wisely).
LOT OF PEOPLE HAVE SKIPED WITCHER 1,THEY PLAY 2 OR 3...I FEEL SOORY FOR THEM...
ITS A MUST PLAY GAME.....THANK YOU "CD Projekt"
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Polydiscombobulated
( 1.2 heures en tout )
Posté le : 29 juin
Don't buy it.

The enhancements didn't extend to CD Projekt RED or Atari updating the games set up software to recognise newer graphic cards, RAM, and processors made since the games original release. Even if your rig is ten times the beast the minimum specs say is required the game will recognise it as not meeting the minimum requirements. Going into The Witcher: Enhanced Edition/Properties/Set launch options in Steam and setting the launch option to "-dontForceMinReqs" is required to get the game to work .... and then only at such low graphic settings it's not much better than the original release of KOTOR on minimum specs. This of course makes all the “enhanced” graphic features you just paid for absolutely meaningless.

No game manual either.

How's the game? Couldn't tell you.

I've never played the original The Witcher before and after five minutes of graphical glitches and poor quality graphics during an extended cut scene, shortest ever combat tutorial, another extended cut scene and the first mission where my characters sword did nothing I said, “♥♥♥♥ it.” and turned it off.

Mind you I paid a very cheap price for the game in the summer sale so the purchase price is probably worth the inclusive Witcher Comic.

If your a fan of the original game I say stick with your original The Witcher, and possibly only buy this for editing your own adventures, or move straight on to The Witcher 2 which is light years ahead graphically and in customer satisfaction with not having to ♥♥♥♥ around with it to get it to actually work. This seems to be a complete wast of money, even though I got it dirt cheap, and a dead set obvious a money spinner effort by CD Projekt RED and Atari to cash in on the popularity of the series.

That an enhanced edition of any game could be released in today’s market and not recognise current generation of hardware is criminal. Until it is patched so that it does it is, “Not fit for purpose” under Australian consumer law.

Big disappoint.
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alzaeem14
( 64.3 heures en tout )
Posté le : 29 juin
Great.
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Babac84
( 0.1 heures en tout )
Posté le : 29 juin
Rien à redire au niveau du jeu mais j'ai acheté celui-ci au début des soldes d'été à prix plein et je vois qu'ici juste avant la cloture des soldes il est descendu à 1,19... Si vous voyez le jeux à prix plein (7,99) orientez vous plutôt vers les sites alternatifs pour avoir une clé à un prix abordable,steam=voleurs !
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jzorbino
( 164.1 heures en tout )
Posté le : 29 juin
A great game that is overshadowed by its amazing sequels. The original Witcher begins the trilogy with A+ storytelling and impactful decisions. Combat is a bit sluggish if you've played the other two, but the options allow you to play as an isometric point and click....I'd recommend this if you've never played before to help it not seem so dated.

Regardless, this is a great game and well worth the couple dollars it sells for during most sales.
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switchSL
( 63.0 heures en tout )
Posté le : 29 juin
Awesome game. There's really nothing else to say other than, even though it's a bit dated, it's still better than 90% of the ♥♥♥♥ that companies are putting out today.
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smith is ready
( 18.6 heures en tout )
Posté le : 29 juin
Useles gameplay
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hamhead1005
( 46.9 heures en tout )
Posté le : 29 juin
Over the Years I have heard how great the Witcher series is and with the recent release of the Witcher 3 and countless appraisal from many people I bought all three games on sale. When I first started playing the combat system almost had me give up entirely but I’m so glad I stuck with. I grew to like the combat system in all of its simplicity and clunkyness. One of the more annoying things in the game was the lack of a good fast travel system or way of traveling faster the game has you run up and down the same street about 100 times. Another annoying part of the witcher was some quest requiring you to come at certain times requiring you to go find a fire place to mediate at which often makes you run to the inn across the map because the game does not allow you to light fires during the day time so the inn was your only option unless you were next to a friend’s house and by some miracle they were inside their home. Although the game lacks some of the convinces of modern games it is still a highly enjoyable experience. Where this game really shines is the story, I have never been more interested in exploring all of the areas and all of the charter quests. The main story also keeps you interested with the many twists. I am so glad that I took the time to play this game I can’t wait to start playing the Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings.

Cons

- Combat System (I personally liked it but it is simple and creates no real challenge)
- No fast travel (Really annoying)
- Many Quest are only available at certain times making you run around looking for a place to meditate constantly.
- Auto save system (Don’t trust it save on your own)

Pros

- Amazing story
- Interesting characters and quests
- Boobies
- Graphics Hold up well
- Very immersive world

Performace

Specs: i5 4690k, 8gb Ram, Gtx 970 (Main rig): i5-6300HQ, Gtx 960m, 8gb Ram (Laptop)
Settings: 1440p, Max setting on everything including AA (Main Rig)
1080p, High Settings 4x AA (Laptop)

Throughout my 46 hours I only experience one crash. My FPS in the open spaces was 100+, but in the vizima my fps would drop to 60+, except in the trade quarter where it fell as low as 30.

Note: When playing on my laptop I experienced a lot of frame stuttering in vizima but got a constant 60+ fps. The stutter turned me off from playing on the laptop.

Overall this game Is a definite buy it showed why people love this series so much.
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The Witcher was released almost nine years ago and regularly goes on sale for a couple of dollars or less. The question for today's player isn't so much if the game is worth your money but rather if it's worth your time. The answer, in true Witcher fashion, isn't entirely black and white.

The game for me was, overall, enjoyable. The combat system is unique, and regardless of it's mixed reviews, I found it to be a serviceable and even somewhat cool RPG combat system. The finishers tend to get a bit repetitive but add a nice, and gruesome, touch. Although the main story isn't incredibly epic, the decisions that you make along the way feel like they are, and have a significant impact on certain characters fates. I particularly enjoyed the economic system in the early to mid-game, when you actually feel like you need to put in work to earn those Orens, because everyone has their hand in your coin pouch, and everything you want to accomplish has a price. Unfortunately this fades towards the end of the game as there simply isn't anything left to buy and no one left to bribe. Graphically the game doesn't look bad, it’s got its hiccups sure, but nothing that interferes with playability.

Geralt, despite being one of the ugliest human beings I've ever seen in this particular game, somehow manages to slay more women than monsters--quite an accomplishment considering aptitude for his profession. The dude simply can't miss, and it's undeniably entertaining to see just how many naughty cards you can collect. It also adds an interesting layer of complexity to Geralt's ongoing romance with a certain red-haired sorceress. No matter how serious their relationship tries to become, the White Wolf simply can't stop banging other women. Relationships are hard. Players unfamiliar with the series may find Geralt's character at first take to be bland, dull, or flat out boring. However, once you begin to understand his complexities, his sarcastic and cynical nature, and his convictions, you'll surely come to appreciate this incredibly rich and interesting character as so many others have.

The world map by today's standards is pretty small but the game easily has 50 hours of content. This translates into A TON of backtracking. By the end of Chapter II I was more familiar with the streets of Vizima than my own neighborhood, which is great because the mini-map is zoomed in way too far and makes navigation a little frustrating. I often found myself needing to open the world map just to find a house that was actually ten feet away. NPCs carry on with their daily lives, which at first seems pretty cool, until you're searching for one for twenty minutes because he's not getting drunk at the inn for once and he's slipped off his magical RPG quest-tracking bracelet. Because Geralt's a Witcher, monster contracts play a role in the game, unfortunately most of them are simply kill X number of Y monster and turn in their eyes/teeth/skins/whatever. One of them even has Geralt collecting flowers...??! That's like hiring Agent 47 to assassinate a weed in your garden.

The recycling of NPC textures is somewhat distracting but doesn't ruin the experience. Expect though, to see the same fat guy, skinny guy, and half-naked hooker models reused over and over throughout your adventure. The game also suffers painfully from a gear shortage. I found myself using the same armor and two swords throughout most of my adventure. The difficulty on normal is average, as it should be, but does have some frustrating moments. Too many enemy groups have to ability to stun-lock Geralt, causing him to stagger like a drunken derelict as you helplessly pound on your peripherals for way longer than any doctor recommends.

Mini-games are present; dice poker has you playing poker by rolling dice instead of drawing cards and is ok at first but you'll quickly get tired of it. There are also fist fights which pit Geralt against an array of fighters of supposedly increasing difficulty, however, once you figure out the somewhat wonky fighting mechanics you'll be able to beat the crap out of even the strongest opponents with virtually no effort. Overall, the mini-games felt like they could have been left out and, much like me at a party, no one would have even noticed they weren’t there.

Now, we circle back to our original question; is The Witcher worth your time in 2016? As a fan of The Witcher 3 I certainly found it to be worth mine. Despite it's age and other concerns, the game is still pretty darn good. If you're completely new to the series it would seem like the obvious place to start but I would actually recommend starting with the Witcher 3 and working back to this one. Many may not agree, but the game is 50 hours long and sometimes feels like a slog. If you're not already invested in these stories and characters, and the lore of this world, playing this game first, as a contemporary player, could potentially turn you off to the entire franchise and that would be a shame. If you're a fan of the Witcher 3, like me, and want to experience more content from this world, then there's no reason not to give this game a spin.

Final score: 7/10 RECOMMENDED.

Thank you for reading and good hunting
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♥♥♥♥ed 4 women within the first 2 hours. 10/10
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Posté le : 5 juin
This is nothing like the Witcher 2 or 3. If you are looking for something like those 2 games, do NOT play this.

Cons
-Only picks up around Chapter 3. Story is "meh" until then
-Some may find the combat dull. This is not an action game. Do not expect action combat.
-Some of the voice acting is bad. This is most likely stuff they forgot to change from the base to Enhanced Edition. Encountered 2 lines of this, but there may be more.

Neutral
-Some may find the graphics "meh". I personally do not mind this. The game is 8 years old
-Contains mature themes.
-A few bugs. There are not that many from my experience. This is accepteable for a game this large.
-Sex cards were not necessary, but you are not forced into collecting them.

Pros
-Story rich
-Lots of lore (books, characters etc etc)
-Choices are hard. As the game says, there is no good or evil : there are just consequences. Some decisions will be tough and thats how the game was made. These will impact how the game is played out (certain characters may be killed off or quests later on will be changed).
-Save file can be carried over into the Witcher 2 giving decent benefits and good starter gear
-The plot twist
-Contains the videos of THE MAKING OF THE WITCHER in the installation directory. This comes in Polish and with ENglish subtitles.

Not recommended as an ARPG, but is a good RPG in general. Not for those looking for action. MMO playerrs and old school RPG players will probably enjoy this.
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Posté le : 31 mai
One of the best games I\'ve ever played on PC. I love the questing and the story-line. The sidequests are fun and the main storyline is quirky but keeps you going. I feel like I\'ve picked up a good book I just can\'t put down until I\'ve finished. <3 Now if only work would quit getting in the way of my play time!
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Posté le : 20 juin
This is the game that originated the phrase Glorious PC Gaming Master Race

Almost ten years old, it aged remarkably well: the graphics are still gorgeous; the combat gameplay is still more challenging than Diablo or TES (pay no attention to those dirty console peasants who don't understand its brilliant simplicity and just want to mash buttons); the story is decent and mature, albeit somewhat inconsistent with what The Witcher would become in the sequels. The choices you make actually matter: reactivity is a serious matter here, which is the defining factor of a good RPG. In a sense, it is an open-world-ish game, and there's quite a bit to explore.

All in all, a fine first instalment for a series that would later redefine the world of gaming.
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I would like to say The Witcher is the first serious RPG I had played ( played Lord of The Rings Online because of friends ) , and I am really entertained by the vast lore.

I suggest you play this game for the plot, as the battle system seems quite awkward. It's just a matter of clicking at the right moments instead of button mashing, and perhaps brewing HP regen potion are essential.
Also, it is strongly reccomended to often save your games, because mine kept crashing for unknown reasons. :/

Plot wise, it introduces you to the theme of The Witcher, and the quantity of adventures in this game are large, which I like ! I had fun watching the medallion vibrates for suspected monsters that disguise as humans.

TLDR, it's worth to buy, especially when it's 85% off ( which is my case ) :3 .
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Great story and characters, clunky interface and controls, but still well worth the money
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Still a good looking game despite its age. The additions of "enhanced" and "directors cut" solve all the problems of the early release whilst improving many aspects of the game. I remember when it first came out there were floods of complaints about very slow loading screens and there are no such issues now. The game itself is a perfect example of an rpg with heavy action elements. The storyline is as absorbing as it ever was and the characters are memorable. Despite the rave reviews of W2 I, personally, feel this original was superior. The Witcher feels far less of an on-rails series of action segments linking cutscenes than does The Assassin of Kings which, to me, felt more like a console rpg with its set progression and boss fights. Regardless of what you think of any of the 3 games there is something to be said for the increased immersion that can be had from playing them in their original order and that is why I am revisiting this aging classic and its sequel before doing much with the gorgeous looking Wild Hunt. I think those going back to this will be surprised and delighted at how well it has weathered and that there is no better place to start for those new to the now legendary series.

*edit* I also remember that there was some outcry over the "sex cards" at the time of release. Compare this to the abject voyeurism in sections of W3 and it will make you realise how times have changed. As far as I'm concerned if a game has an age rating you may as well make good use of it; and in no small way The Witcher contributed to paving the way to the many adult orientated games we see today.
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Posté le : 31 mai
Best sword animations ever \o/

10/10
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Posté le : 18 juin
Not the best in the series.
Still pretty amazing, and even with the questionable voice acting, it is an enthralling experience. The rythm game combat is very strange at first, but it grew into me.

Definitely a worthwhile experience, but I am not planning to replay it ever again, once was enough, but it definitely convinced me to get both sequels.

Music is fantastic, though. Definitely recommended.
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