The Witcher Pro Reviews

Average Review Score: 7.9/10

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The Witcher Reviews

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EuroGamer 7/10 Oct 26 '07
GameDaily 6/10 Oct 30 '07
Gamers hell 8.5/10 Nov 08 '07
Gaming Evolution 8.0/10 Nov 19 '07
1UP 7/10 Nov 08 '07
Actiontrip  91/100 Nov 06 '07
Game Over 78/100 Dec 13 '07
GamePro 4.5/5 Dec 06 '07
GameSpot 8.5/10 Nov 05 '07
IGN PC 8.5/10 Oct 29 '07
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"What The Witcher doesn't have to offer is anything new or interesting technologically. The aforementioned Aurora Engine, even with all of CD Projekt's tweaks and mods, looks pretty Diet Pepsi compared to today's heavyweights. It's more than just an aesthetic issue: The lack of long-range view distance makes enemies appear and disappear unexpectedly, important items can be hard to spot, and spell effects seem to isolate one target but hit another."
"New battle mechanics, a fantastic storyline, and a gritty setting make The Witcher one of the most engrossing, mature RPGs to arrive on the PC in years."
"The Witcher really is a good game and one that PC RPG fans will surely enjoy. It combines some entertaining and fast-paced combat with a well realized world and pretty decent story that branches and can end in three different fashions. With a load of choice in character creation on a point assignment and morality level, there’s plenty of reason to want to come back and play the 40-50 hour game again. The big problems mainly sit with the technical issues like crash bugs and long load times can be very frustrating. If it wasn't for those things The Witcher would have scored better here. If you can look past the technical side of things (which are still not as bad as some other RPGs released recently) The Witcher is definitely a game you’ll remember well over the years."