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The Witcher - PC

The Witcher - PC
alaScore 82

14 reviews

Apr, 2014

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 14 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers are impressed by the design.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Game Consoles the The Witcher - PC is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 82/100 = Very good quality.

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The Witcher

 

Those of us that grew up playing pen and paper RPGs will certainly appreciate what The Witcher has to offer. Unlike many of today's games that throw in a lot of swearing, violence and perhaps a topless woman or two in order to demonstrate how “adult”...

Great story ; Good music ; Adult presentation without devolving into gimmicks ; Immersive world

Combat difficult to get into ; Inconsistent dialogue/translation

Overall, The Witcher is one of the best RPGs for grown-ups and while it may not change the genre, it certainly elevates it in terms of narrative.

Recommended!

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The Witcher - PC

 

CD Projekt's The Witcher is based on a series of novels by Polish author Andrzej Sapkowski which follows the story of Geralt, a Witcher, who's a kind of mutant with supernatural powers tasked with ridding the world of evil nasties. The game The...

Gorgeous graphics, Plenty of sub-quests that don't lead you too far from the main story, Massive skill tree, Alchemy is a pretty much a free for all create-athon, Two ways to play, Gorgeous graphics, Plenty of sub-quests that don't lead you too far...

Adult theme boils down to cartoon nudity and a bit of swearing, Needs a pretty big investment of time to reap the rewards, Voice acting dire in places, Overly complex character, skill and inventory screens, Adult theme boils down to cartoon nudity and...

NPC character interaction feels like Activision's Zork games (yes, I know the original Zorks were Infocom, ok?). The looping, goldfish-memory set response sequence feels out of place and with Geralt repeating everything you say, his stereotyped tough...

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