On April 17 Xbox 360 gamers get their first taste of Geralt of Rivia in The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings, the first console installment of the popular PC role-playing game series. Did they miss anything in the first game? Not if they watch this video they didn't.
Xbox 360 gamers around the world are eagerly anticipating their chance to get in on this whole The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings, but does anyone really know what a Witcher is? Of course they do, and after you watch this video so will you.
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and Witcher developers CD Projekt RED will be working together to bring The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings to the Xbox 360 in North America, the two said today. The console adaptation is expected early next year.
PC gamers that didn't enjoy The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings as much as I did should check back in on Thursday, when the massive 2.0 update adds a full tutorial, arena combat, the insanely difficult dark mode, and much, much more. Wanna see a full list?
The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings Version 2.0 will be a free patch that gives PC gamers a new tutorial system, a survival arena mode, a difficulty-increasing dark mode, oodles of patches and all of the previously released download packs.
Patch 1.3 for The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings is live, delivering extended aspect ratio support, 3D Vision support fixes, item storage, cutscene flashbacks and more, topped off with "A Sackful of Fluff", a lovely bit of free downloadable content.
Namco Bandai is suing the parent company of the maker of The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings, the acclaimed PC role-playing game that will make its way to Xbox 360 later this year, over the rights to distribute that version of the game in Europe.
CD Projekt has released update 1.2 for The Witcher 2 on the PC, featuring more than 30 significant changes and fixes to the game, including the ability for Geralt to swap between six different looks via in-game barber shops.
President Obama, on a tour of Europe this week, stopped in Poland today to meet with Prime Minister Donald Tusk. As is customary, Tusk presented Obama with several gifts to commemorate his visit. One of those was the collector's edition of The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings.
The stench hits me first. Before the gurgle and hiss, the skittering of twisted claws against bare stone, the stale air of the abandoned mine delivers a stomach-churning whiff of the creatures' breath, the miasmal scent of spoiled flesh between rotting teeth.
In a dreary encampment outside the small town of Flotsam the inhabitants gather nightly to listen to legendary tales of heroism. You don't need to visit, but if you're passing through you'd do well to stop and sit awhile.
I could tell there was a sex scene brewing in The Witcher 2 when Geralt of Rivia and his comely redheaded sorceress companion Triss stumbled upon this ancient Elven bathhouse, and I wasn't planning on sharing the resulting NSFW video. Then Triss tapped into the vast mystical forces of the universe to remove her…
The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings is a dark and gritty sword and sorcery game, so removed from Tolkien's legendary high fantasy epic that it takes a moment to swipe at it from afar.
Amidst all of the nudity and subtle gags lurking in CD Projekt Red's latest PC role-playing adventure, the aspect of The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings that has impressed me the most so far is how blurry it is.
Have you ever wondered what would happen if Altair from Assassin's Creed missed one of those graceful swan dives into conveniently placed bales of hay? The Witcher 2 has your answer.
All great sword and sorcery epics have an element of romance to them. The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings gets the romancing underway within the first ten minutes of starting a new game. Be warned: I've misplaced my censor bars.
The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings arrives for PC on Tuesday, and while there is some retailer-specific preorder DLC out there, developer CD Projekt RED assures everyone the game's DLC will be free.