What's Inside The Best Press Kit At Gamescom?

Behold The Witcher 2: Papercraft of Kings, the world's first-ever non-linear papercraft and a paper cut above the other press kits found at Gamescom this week. Want to see what's inside?

This is the press kit for CD Projekt Red's The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings, and it's in high demand this week for obvious reasons. On top of the included notebook and pen, it also includes a sticker, a small selection from Andrzej Sapowski, the Polish author of the Witcher books, upon which the game is based, and some nifty little papercraft figures. They are pretty exciting as well, but nothing beats a free notebook and pen.

Be sure to check out all of the photos to see how CD Projekt Red transformed themselves into Torn Projekt Red. Just watch out for paper cuts.

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DISCUSSION

This game's release date is my deadline for getting my pc rebuilt.

The Witcher was the only WRPG with story affecting choice that actually pulls it off spectacularly.

when they say there is no good or evil, only choice and consequences, they actually meant it.