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    News - The Witcher 2: New screens and specs uncovered

    Ahead of its May release, The Witcher 2 drops some new details and screenshots.
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    Re: News - The Witcher 2: New screens and specs uncovered

    Have I mentioned I'm looking forward to this a little?!

    Looks like it's going to be an amazing game. I'm currently playing through the first game again and it still blows Dragon Age and other recent RPGs out of the water. Epic.

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    Re: News - The Witcher 2: New screens and specs uncovered

    Quote Originally Posted by kalniel View Post
    Have I mentioned I'm looking forward to this a little?!

    Looks like it's going to be an amazing game. I'm currently playing through the first game again and it still blows Dragon Age and other recent RPGs out of the water. Epic.
    Indeed, tried to play Dragon Age all the way through at least 5 times and always drop it half way through due to the tedium on the game. However The Witcher I was hooked from start to finish, also going through it again for he second one

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    Re: News - The Witcher 2: New screens and specs uncovered

    i picked up witcher for a mate when it was on deal at steam last time round. Am very tempted to get it but dont wanna pay £15 as it keeps coming on deals cheap, I love dragon age but my mate has been raving about this i may have to get it. before the second one comes out


    And just remembered it was gonna be on direct 2 drive this week on sale and its today £3.65 i think i will now buy it


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    Re: News - The Witcher 2: New screens and specs uncovered

    I am really looking forward to this, going to pre-order once I get paid (mid-month). I bought the special edition last time with all the art books etc.

    The first game was really long but managed to be interesting throughout... I agree abotu dragon age, I'll start a new character and play for sometime and then get bored before the end. I have at least 3 characters that are jsut sat mid-game and haven't moved for months.

    I think there is a facility to port your saved games across with the witcher 2?
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    Re: News - The Witcher 2: New screens and specs uncovered

    Loved the first did the narrative things I liked in Dragon Age far better with some more compelling combat and loot system this could be a masterpiece

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    Re: News - The Witcher 2: New screens and specs uncovered

    Just reinstalling The Witcher now so I can play through and have a savegame ready

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    Re: News - The Witcher 2: New screens and specs uncovered

    As much as I thought I had messed up with the story I never wanted to redo anything as I never felt cheated by any of the decisions I had made they were just poor in hindsight

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