Matt7895 says: Astonishing. The best visuals you'll see in any game, bar none, and a storyline which is even better than the first. They sorted out problems with the script and the voice overs. The Witcher 2 is so original and inventive, it is an instant classic.
Matt7895 says: Choices and consequences, different sides to pick, lots of quests and character development options, with a unique story set amidst racial politics and power-grabbing. Great game.
Matt7895 says: The first true RPG that gave us choices and consequences, and different paths through the game. It is a little short, but that doesn't matter considering the price. The post-apocalyptic setting is fascinating.
Matt7895 says: Much more content than the first game, new cities are a joy to explore, and the Enclave are a really interesting enemy faction. All the choices and consequences that made the first game so great are here and are expanded on further.
Matt7895 says: The original campaign isn't that good in terms of traditional RPG mechanics (choices and consequences, alternate paths), but it has its moments. But it isn't until you get to Hordes of the Underdark and the premium modules that NWN really shines.
Matt7895 says: Not quite the masterpiece some would have you believe, but it has some great moments. It is a little bit too heavy on combat for my tastes, but there are a lot of dialogue checks too and the story is a little unconventional. Worth playing once.
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