EvilBadger says: Unique and engaging, Gothic featured a combat system that was a pure joy. While the writing is not the best it is solid and decently acted. This is a unique, living world. No classes, just factions with moral convictions that will color your play.
EvilBadger says: Gothic 2 brings you more of what you loved about the first, but in a bigger world to explore, as it continues the story of it's main character. You'll want to play it at least 3 times, once for each faction. And possibly more. I fell in love quickly.
EvilBadger says: Brilliant! Great writing, very good acting and a fully realized and finished world that is second to none. This is what adult RPGs should be. Loved it so much I went out and bought the book (the one in English, anyway. Looking for more).
EvilBadger says: Almost as good as the first, off by a few hairs. The writing and direction is still superb, there are just a few mechanical tweaks that I felt were unneeded, then some that were. Buy it, play it, and become the Witcher.
EvilBadger says: DND in it's pure form. Need I say anymore? Dark story telling in a world where you feel like you make a difference.
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