The Witcher: Enhanced Edition Director's Cut
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Release Date: Sep 16, 2008

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About This Game


Become The Witcher, Geralt of Rivia, a legendary monster slayer caught in a web of intrigue woven by forces vying for control of the world. Make difficult decisions and live with the consequences in an game that will immerse you in an extraordinary tale like no other. Representing the pinnacle of storytelling in role-playing games, 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.


The RPG of the Year (PC Gamer, GameSpy, IGN) is back in a Premium Edition packed with powerful extras!
The Witcher: Enhanced Edition takes all of the acclaimed gameplay that garnered the original game more than 90 awards, and perfects it with a number of gameplay and technical improvements.

  • Superior dialogue and cutscenes - The developers have re-recorded and rewritten more than 5000 lines of dialogue in English and redone the entire German edition to create more a more consistent experience, while adding more than 200 gesture animations to make characters behave more believably in dialogue and cutscenes.
  • Enhanced inventory - The new inventory system makes item use and organization less complicated by introducing a separate sack for any alchemical ingredients, as well as a simple sort-and-stack function.
  • Technical improvements - The enhancements made to the technical side of the game are too numerous to list, but a few of the highlights include greatly reduced loading times, greater stability, improved combat responsiveness, faster inventory loading, the option to turn autosave on or off, and more.
  • Character differentiation system - To add more variety to NPC and monster appearances, we've added a new character differentiation system that randomizes the appearance and colors of dozens of in-game models.
  • In your download you'll also get: Interactive Comic Book, D'jinni Adventure Editor, Two new adventures offering 5+ hours of gameplay, Official Soundtrack, Music Inspired by The Witcher album, Making-of videos, Official Game Guide, Two Maps of The Witcher's world
Key features:
  • Geralt of Rivia: a one-of-a-kind protagonist
    • A charismatic and unique character, Geralt is a mutant swordmaster and professional monster slayer.
    • Choose from over 250 special abilities correlated to attributes, combat skills and magical powers to build the character in a way best suited to tactical needs and style of play.
  • Original fantasy world drawn from literature
    • Inspired by the writings of renowned Polish author Andrzej Sapkowski.
    • Featuring adult themes, less fairy-tale than typical fantasy, with mature social issues like racism, political intrigue and genocide.
    • It is a harsh world where nothing is black or white, right or wrong, often forcing players to choose between the lesser of two evils to advance.
  • Non-linear and captivating storyline
    • Full of turns, twists and ambiguous moral decisions which have real impact on the storyline.
    • All quests can be accomplished in several ways and the game has three different endings depending on the player's actions and choices throughout the adventure.
  • Stunning tactical action
    • Engage in complex yet intuitive real-time combat based on real medieval sword-fighting techniques.
    • Motion capture performed by medieval fighting experts at Frankfurt's renowned Metric Minds studio, resulting in 600 spectacular and authentic in-game combat animations.
    • Six combat styles, dozens of potions, complex alchemy system, modifiable weapons and powerful magic add tactical depth to the fluid real-time experience.

System Requirements

Mac OS X
    • Supported OS: Microsoft® Windows® /XP/Vista
    • DirectX Version: DirectX 9.0c (included) or higher
    • Processor: Intel Pentium 4 2.4 GHz or Athlon 64 +2800 (Intel Pentium 4 3.0 GHz or AMD Athlon 64 +3000 recommended). Athlon XP series, such as the Athlon XP +2400, is not supported
    • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce 6600 or ATI Radeon 9800 or better (NVIDIA GeForce 7800 GTX or ATI Radeon X1950 XT or better recommended)
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM (2 GB RAM recommended)
    • Sound: DirectX version 9.0c-compatible sound card
    • Hard Drive: 15 GB Free
    • OS: OS X 10.8, 10.9, 10.10
    • Processor: Intel Core i5
    • Memory: 4 GB of RAM
    • Graphics: nVidia GeForce GT 650m (1440x900), AMD Radeon HD 6750M (1440x900) or Intel HD 5000 (1366x768)
    • Hard Drive: 14.25 GB free space

      Display compatibility notice: 1440x900 resolution is the recommended resolution for best performance. It is not recommended to use native Retina resolutions.
    • OS: OS X 10.8, 10.9, 10.10
    • Processor: Intel Core i5 or Core i7
    • Memory: 4GB RAM
    • Graphics: nVidia GeForce GT 650m (1440x900), AMD Radeon HD 6970M (1920x1080) or Intel Iris Pro 5200 (1440x900)
    • Hard Drive: 14.25 GB free space

      Display compatibility notice: 1440x900 resolution is the recommended resolution for best performance. It is not recommended to use native Retina resolutions.
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( 2.0 hrs on record )
Posted: May 3
just horrible
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( 33.4 hrs on record )
Posted: May 3
This is a fantastic game, but I feel there a a couple of aspects which lets it down and stops it being a game of true excellence.

Story and delivery is great. Not huge depth in characters that you meet, but you get a chance to chose your own type of person you want to play, and notice the responses to the story he gives due to these. There seems to be so much in the ending that was dependant on the choices that I made that I really want to go for another playthrough to see if they were just clever in their delivery so it was belivable or somethign entirely different may happen. I like the lack of item management needed, for once in a RPG I wasnt half the time looking my inventory and swapping around items.
For the year it was released I think this must have been a great achivement to deliver a game like this which is a few years ahead of its time.

So bringing it down from the company of some of the greatest games ever: The combat is dull, clicking to perform one set of moves wasn't the most stimulating. Bugs; multiple crashes in playthrough, graphical glitches (hair and beards especially), some cutscenes I felt were played out of order (either that or where poorly placed in story so I had no idea what was going on/been teleported throught ime and space). Number one though is the maps you run around on, constantly back and forward to different parts (of fairly unambitious maps) unless you have to forsight to see the location os where every quest will take you to next to optimise your travelling, and always having to run the long way round to miss monsters/follow streets. They're gloomy places as well, not pretty enough for you to appreciate the trips.

Really enjoyed my time playing it. As I tend to rate of the games I play: this was a good use of my time.
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( 0.3 hrs on record )
Posted: May 3
Just tried this game but maybe ill play it nexttime it looks so awesome
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( 8.1 hrs on record )
Posted: May 3
It's amazing for an 2007 RPG game. 8/10
Baked with care in CD Projekt RED's oven for years, and still considered good to this day.
Literally, one of the few good RPG's that involve isometric view and click-to-kill mechanics that i enjoyed.
(I used OTS view, though.)

The best thing about the game is that the combat system is not like;
-*click on enemy*
-*wait for an hour for him to die*
-*get 1shotted because you don't have enough defense skill*

*Very content heavy, will provide you hours of gameplay.

*The world around you is not just plastic, but it feels real, with many places to visit.

*Thanks to the dynamic combat system, you really have a blast while confronting many enemies.


*Cutscenes (NOT CINEMATICS!) are pretty buggy, and the lipsync is not on point everytime.

*The optimization is not THAT good, but it's adequate. Hitman Absolution on High/Ultra settings
runs faster than this *game with Medium/High settings. I know, two games are very different but mind the 5 year gap.

*Loading scenes are not long, but there are a lot.


*Are you tired of the shovelware point-click garbage RPGs which try to market their game with ♥♥♥♥♥♥ anime graphics and edgy plots that you see in google ads and think they should be purged?

*Are you a fan of RPG-esque games, but can't find anything
nostalgic X [エステティック]?

*Do you want an RPG that is actually fun to play?

Should you grab this one out?
Hell yeah.
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( 31.4 hrs on record )
Posted: May 2
One of the few games im willing to pay full price.
The story is deep, even the shortest quest has interesting dialogue everyone wants to hear till the end
Buy it, even at full price. It is worth it

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Dark_TAO - 57 Days
( 202.1 hrs on record )
Posted: May 2
200 hours later.. and I'd do it all again. The Witcher had an amazing combat, potions, and alchemy system. I fear this was lost in the move to The Witcher 2, when the shift went to high-court intrigue, and less about being an actual witcher.. though TW2 IS a fantastic game.

I digress. The Witcher doesn't want to be easy. Played on the hardest settings, it requires you to watch for "tells" in combat to be effective. You must brew and use potions, and be properly equipped for any and all fights.

It then makes you decide how you want to shape your world. Are you going to side with the one group over the other? Or are you going to BE a witcher, and stay neutral?

200 Hours.. and memories that will last a lifetime.
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jm #DDPC
( 27.7 hrs on record )
Posted: May 2
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( 1.8 hrs on record )
Posted: May 1

How this game can be so bad when it was released in 2008 I have no idea, I honestly thought while I was playing that it was produced in 2003, morrowind is way way better then this game, even try deus ex or vampire bloodlines. This game has huge sprawing maps, no horse, so youre treavelling over boring land for most of the game with little purpose.

The game plays like a really boring MMO without the social aspect, I can easily forgive bad or below average graphics but the combat, shoddy quest guide and mobs of enimies without purpose make this game a good vision of what it could be but without either the funding or right types of staffing skills. I couldnt sit through this and punish myself playing this game as much as I wanted to get in on the background of the game.
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( 65.8 hrs on record )
Posted: May 1
For more traditional hack n slash RPGers, this game is heaven. The story and lively world make for a pleasant experience while the combat feels dated. For those of you who plays games for action and combat rather than story, try Witcher 2 and 3. For those of you who like story, this is well worth the money.
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( 73.2 hrs on record )
Posted: May 1
oldie but a goodie
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( 79.2 hrs on record )
Posted: April 30

That being said, the game is worth every bang for it's buck if purely for the time that will be spend playing it.. I don't even remember when I bought it but has been alot of years playing on and off to finish it. I would spend several hours playing it and sometimes redoing sectiongs because I forgot to same the game :/.

It is a fun game which has a very good story to it and a whole world of lore surrounding it. The voice acting is great and the characters are great. The player can also determine the whitchers personality a bit with dialouge options. Your choices can sometimes effect wheather you have allies to help you in battles.

The gamplay is a bit akward I admit. It was probably trying to compensate for being a Diablo style clickfest by having you only click attack to connect combos together. I can understand why they moved away from that but apparently they changed it back In Whitcher 2.

It does have RPG elements that allow you to improve your character as you gain levels. Certain abilites aren't accessible until you get past the 10th level and even other until you get pace 20. There are also some abilites can can only be unlocked with mutagens that you can make after beating a boss. There wasn't really a clear way to see how upgrades wehre improving your characters ther wasn't exactly a character sheet to look at.

I really liked the potion making aspect of the game as it relied on you making the most of your eviroment to keep your character stocked with items. You could't really buy potions from stores and had to make it yourself. Reading books about herbalism help to expand your characters knowledges so they can use more types of plants and monsters guts. Just be careful how much and how often you use potions as high toxicity levels can slow or kill your character.

So, at some point I will play witcher 2 since I bought both of these games as a pack. Once PC is upgraded, whitcher 3. Should be fun.
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( 23.1 hrs on record )
Posted: April 30
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Fedora Master
( 54.4 hrs on record )
Posted: April 30
I think the best word to describe The Witcher is "beautiful". But somethings in it may not be tolerable for some, like the combat and graphics. The NPC models are like 8 and are repeated A LOT except for some special main NPCs, voice acting is kinda bad and stuff. But the story is sooooooooooooooo great, so many plot twists and it gets better every chapter. I love this game! 9/10 !!! <3
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( 36.8 hrs on record )
Posted: April 30
Just get the game alrdy!

Look at my screenshots :D
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( 13.0 hrs on record )
Posted: April 29
Didn't enjoy the gameplay much personally, but as far as the story goes I would still recommend it quite strongly.
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( 63.6 hrs on record )
Posted: April 29
Great start for the saga. Better play with the "White wolf" mod, improves graphics and etc.
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( 71.1 hrs on record )
Posted: April 29
witcher 1 > witcher 2
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( 0.6 hrs on record )
Posted: April 29
The combat mechanic isn't my favorite.
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Most Helpful Reviews  In the past 30 days
3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
51.9 hrs on record
Posted: April 16
The first game of The Witcher series. This game stands out because of its unique fighting system and its variety of monsters and enemies. You play as Geralt, a master witcher with amnesia. The things you do and choose will define your former self so choises will matter. For its time this game was the top. I fully reccomend it to any Witcher fans and RPG lovers because of its low price and tons of gameplay. RATING: 9/10
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
40.8 hrs on record
Posted: April 26
The Witcher: Enhanced Edition Director's Cut
Developers CD Projekt Red | Release date 2008

One of my favorite RPG games. Solid RPG that features moral choices and great story line. Game keeps you in dark climate of fanatasy medieval. Witcher 1 is based on A. Sapkowski (polish writer) book called "Wiedźmin". Book shows story about Gerald the witcher monsters killer for hire. Book is based on Slavic mythology. In game is a lot of slavic mythology elements like monsters (demons) and rites. All of that is put in addictive sidequests. Combat system isn't well but is easy to learn.

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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
27.2 hrs on record
Posted: April 20
Great RPG with a strong, bonding main storyline. Fighting in this game looks so beautiful :D It's like dancing and killing everyone while doing it.

You can chooose to have sex with every single girl in this universe and get nice cards. It feels like pokemon - collecting all the cards <3
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
41.5 hrs on record
Posted: April 15
My first time playing this game. Even 8 years later, it's still pretty amazing.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
53.1 hrs on record
Posted: April 23
A very compelling, if slighlty dated RPG. A great introduction to Geralt of Rivia, fantasy's most promiscuous hero. Slighly wonky voice acting and weird (yet kinda fun) rhythm based combat cant hold back what is ultimately an atmospheric, adult RPG.
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1 of 2 people (50%) found this review helpful
118.5 hrs on record
Posted: April 12
Imo this is the absolute best Witcher game. The absolute best RPG I have ever played. Its a little dated sure, but it still very good. I had never heard of the Witcher until the 3 or so months before Witcher 3 was released, so I decided to play the avaiable ones to see if 3 would be worth it to purchase 3. In 2015 I was so impressed by this game that I think my expectations were a little too high for Witcher 3. All in all great game
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8 of 8 people (100%) found this review helpful
61.8 hrs on record
Posted: March 28
A masterpiece. The game I spent most time on since AC II went out. All this for a price of 1,49Euro on sale.

+ superb dialogue lines (with many popcultural, political, modern science references)
+ great characters
+ climatic locations
+ good story line
+ choices matter; a lot
+ brilliant music
+ ok graphics (2016)
+ mature content inserted naturally, as part of the world

- some awkwardness in controls
- minor graphic glitches
- occassional crashes
- irritating inventory management

A must play.
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4 of 4 people (100%) found this review helpful
48.0 hrs on record
Posted: February 12
This game really brings a lot of classic RPG elements into the gameplay and story. As you expect the The Witcher is based on a series of book written by the polish author Andrzej Sapkowski, so from the beginning the game already has a really large and well established lore to start with. The game puts you into the boots of Geralt of Rivia, a witcher that is trained since he was very young to become a badass monster slayer, but he is not doing it for free, you need to throw a couple of gold if you want your local atrocity to be dealt with. In terms of gameplay the game can be a little clunky but it's rewarding as well. Geralt is able to equip one of his two swords, more precisely the steel sword and the silver sword. The steel one is used for killing humans and the other one is for monsters. I still can't see how the silver one is not that effective against humans but I let that pass. Geralt will be able to explore a vast open world with interesting characters and I will warn you, that there is a lot of dark comedic tone in pretty much all the dialogue but somehow it manages to give The Witcher the personality it strived for. The UI is gonna be very strange at first but will get used to it and it will never break imersion when you shuffle through your inventory for potions and recipes. The music and sound is pretty good and matches the medieval fantasy air that the game brings, but the voice acting is kinda less to be desired. On the bad note The Witcher suffers from the disease called "♥♥♥♥yourquesttracking"-ilia. Is really easy to get all your quests managed when you can't find where the hell are you supposed to go or how many of "x" monster you have to kill to get "y" item so you can fetch it back to "z" NPC. Despite all those flaws The Witcher has been a really fun experience and I would recommend it only to people that enjoy a dark and mature story.

P.S. I don't like to give any games that I review any grades or marks or any other kind of number so I'll say that if you find yourself atracted to game you should try it first hand, before judging it from some popular reviewer POV.

Game On!
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4 of 4 people (100%) found this review helpful
39.7 hrs on record
Posted: February 5
This game is incredible. It has all the Witcher lore and characters that any fan would love. The gameplay and the user interface aren't brilliant, so be prepared to deal with that. Apart from that everything else is great. It has that sort of hardcore old school RPG feel to it where the game gives you minimal guidance and leaves you to do most of the thinking to very, nowadays, extreme levels. I wouldn't recommend it as an introduction to the Witcher universe unless you're into that hardcore old school style of RPGs. I would recommend, instead, either reading one or more of the books or playing the second game. It is much easier to fall in love with this universe if you do that and this specific game becomes a lot better once you do.

Overall it is an incredible game and a must play for any Witcher fan.
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5 of 6 people (83%) found this review helpful
5 people found this review funny
40.6 hrs on record
Posted: March 6
E X C E L L E N T !

King of the Wild Hunt: You want to fight me? So be it. Your flight from death ends here. Draw your sword.
Geralt of Rivia: I was afraid you'd suggest chess.
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3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
82.4 hrs on record
Posted: February 15
Excellent story.. Very dark Atmosphere.

Graphics: 6
Game play : 5
World : 8
Content: 9
Story: 9
Music: 8
Speech: 10
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3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
44.2 hrs on record
Posted: February 7
Best dilemma simulator I’ve ever played. This game puts every other fantasy RPG to shame.
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3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
34.5 hrs on record
Posted: February 27
Rank: 7.5/10
Recommendation(s): Like old school RPG games and their mechanics
Major Theme: An old yet reasonable console port with meat
Bought at Price: $2.75 (Steam Sale)

I promised myself that I would play The Witcher trilogy in order. That went out of the window when The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt came out.

Playing in order wasn't a purely a case of wanting to understand the series, but rather to ensure that I could write reasonable reviews and appreciate the games more. I have yet to play the 2nd game, but what is very apparent to me in the series is the fact that there is no good or evil, just choices and their consequences. Going against most games, the consequences may not be immediate. They can take quite some time to manifest themselves.

I can't really think of another RPG game that does it like The Witcher series. Choosing the "lesser evil" is a fact of life in these games. While the series so far is very well made, I wouldn't be recommending this game to the vast population. Why, you ask? Very simple.

Back in this time period, game mechanics worked very differently. Star Wars: The Knights of the Old Republic had live combat, but used a dice roll system for demining hits/misses. Mechanics such as those make games very had to appreciate for modern gaming fans. Further more, you had to really use your brain to solve puzzles. Of course, mentally challenging puzzles such as “whose done it” murder mysteries are kind of defunct with the internet and video sharing sites being vastly popular and well sought after.

This kind of defeats the challenge of the game, which may or may not make the game less desirable for you. I try not to “cheat” but I did happen to notice that even I had to look up how certain quests were done because other options were not readily apparent as they probably should have been.

Don't get me wrong, I hate having the developers walk me through a game. I like to have it so that I felt at least the ending wasn't just given to me (or in the form of QTEs).

Not everything about this game is a negative for people. First thing that comes to mind is the Very unique time of day and weather systems that effects NPCs and quests.

A quest in quite a few cases may only be done during certain time periods, say at midnight or at dawn. Having weather affect NPC movement adds to the realism of this game. The time of day system wasn't really just slapped on, it is an integral part of the game when you not only consider the quests, but also alchemy the player must come to grips with. Some of the quest parts certainly aren't always clear, and the time of day system can also cause confusion when the quest log isn't perfectly clear.

Perhaps I missed something while playing, but certainly the alchemy isn't straight forward, and doesn't really have to be used until near the end of the game. Harder boss fights near the last 5 to 7 hours of the game really require multiple potions and inventory items to allow you to defeat them.

While this game certainly doesn't hold up to the graphical quality of modern games (Rise of the Tomb Raider), the graphics prove reasonable enough.

I can't compare the "Enhanced Edition" from the regular one, but from the looks of it, I don't think I could have ended up playing the original. In this newish version of the game, it did feel from time to time that you were dragging your face along the ground to get to the end of the title. One of the main reasons for this could be the lack of humor. There's plenty of sex (well at least naked people and innuendo), and the gore department doesn't lack (the finishing moves are quite good). It's just a let down that the humor department didn't get as much attention as it should have.

While being a fan of old school RPGs, this title certainly straddled the fence between being enjoyable and playing just out of the sake of getting to know the series better. Your experience may or may not be like this.
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3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
140.9 hrs on record
Posted: March 20
So, this is where it all started. Well, actually, it started in the books, but still. A nice journey into the trilogy before "The Wild Hunt" and even, on my second playthrough, I still enjoyed it.

Witcher 1 offers a detailed and interesting story with some funny dialogues, as well as marvelous maps with quite beautiful graphics for 2008. Such combination definitely provides a fascinating and involving medieval fantasy atmosphere to the players, which, I guess, is one of the main reasons people love the trilogy so much. The other, probably, is sex. Witcher 1 stands out from the other parts with special romance cards thay you get for sexual encounters... and Triss Merigold is as charming as ever.

I appreciate that the developers bring dark and mature themes to the game and that they weren't concerned about political correctness. There are number of things, for which feminists would call the developers sexists. But, since I'm not a feminist, kudos for CD Projekt Red, because I prefer my games uncensored.

With that said, there are number of things, that make the gameplay less pleasant, namely:

1) Frequent crashes, freezing and black screens (I played it on Windows 10)
2) Despite the cool combos, the combat system is dull and gets boring soon. Fighting is not about the skill, as much as it is about damage stats and choosing the right stance and weapon
3) There are too many monsters around and they respawn too often. It doesn't make the game more difficult, just artificially longer, as you need time to deal with them. You can run pass them, but still.
4) Inventory is too small. There is a mod for that, but it doesn't provide more slots, it just allows to stack more items of the same type
5) The game offers choices that have consequences, leading to alternative scenarios, but none of those consequences are sufficiently serious as it was in Mass Effect. Almost nothing you did has any relevant effect in Witcher 2.


6) The "mature" element of this game is mostly sex, profanity and morally grey choices, which all is fine by me, but I wish the story was more sophisticated. Come to think of it, the main storyline is actually quite robust and behind those primitive fetch quests there aren't that many side quests that stand out.

But even with those faults Witcher is one of my favourite games. I had great fun playing it and with the extra content (a digital comic and fan made adventure modules) I had some more. "Witchmas" adventure is very funny! "Price of Neutrality" and "Side Effects" were nice, too. The other modules were interesting, but they have some gamebreaking bugs.

The game has plenty of mods and a game editor to create your own modules, so that's another good thing about it.

My overall rating 8/10.
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3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
60.4 hrs on record
Posted: March 24
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*Loading screen sound*
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3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
61.2 hrs on record
Posted: March 31
I've never listened about the Witcher saga until 2015 when I saw TW3 was about to be released. I felt curiosity for it and after looking for info I liked it: ahuge RPG and with a very rich story. Although I had in mind the idea of buying it I didn't do it at the end 'cause a couple of months before there were steam sales on The Witcher 1 and 2 :D 90% ones so I immediately grabbed my wallet and paid the few bucks they costed.
I loved this first one for ALL of it. The story, the characters you come across with, the music, the combat system (not dynamic or stressful at all, just clicking at the right moment, cast some Signs and swallowing a couple of potions. The toxicity factor also was extremely interesting and realistic (?) ). The plot twists, the all-the-same-NPCs, their realistic quotes, the books and the info you could get from them to learn more about the Witcher's world, the side quests, the witcher contracts that made me feel like a real witcher though were boring and poorly paid, ALL OF IT was completely worth and enjoyable and I do not regret playing it. Just buy it and be astonished.
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7 of 11 people (64%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
11.9 hrs on record
Posted: March 19
Holds up very very well. Worth a playthrough for any Witcher fan.
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
63.5 hrs on record
Posted: February 15
I have to admit I had this game for a few years in the games library and I couldn't really get into it. I bought Witcher 2 and 3 on sale after clocking the review videos and I wanted to play the series in sequence, so...... I thought I'd give it another go and went and checked out the Community Guides.
I subsequently modded it for upgraded graphics (the Rise of the White Wolf mod is amazing), textures, movement speed and interface which brings the original Witcher more into line with what you would expect from Witcher 2 and 3. Am now hooked on this game and thoroughly recommend it. Looking forward to 2 and 3 and delighted I gave it another go albeit with a few mods.
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