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The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings Free Download Unfitgirl The Witcher 2 is not a normal video game, and it’s not a normal fantasy. It subverts the old high-fantasy stereotypes even as it employs them. The elves that you’ll meet in Temeria aren’t charming, ethereal forest-dwellers, they’re guerrilla insurgents raining death on humans from the trees. The dwarves, typically cheerful, hard-working sorts, live in a city of worn rock that runs off the fumes of their former industriousness while its current inhabitants drink, joke and fornicate. The various kingdoms are in the on the precipice of war, led by despotic kings who play their personal vendettas out on the battlefields at the expense of their armies’ lives. And who are you, amongst all this? You’re Geralt of Rivia, a stoic and distinctly un-heroic monster hunter with a few memory problems and a faintly inexplicable way with the ladies. Though sworn to impartiality on matters of the state, he is drawn into this complex political maelstrom by a series of regicides that brand him a criminal and pull him back into his own, forgotten past. The Witcher 2 is a game for adults, and not just because of all the sex and violence. It expects you to be intelligent and interested, to care about the political machinations, racial tensions and complex history of its world. Plenty of games shield you from their lore, afraid that it might scare you off. The Witcher 2 drops you right in the thick of it, and expects you to deal with it. UNFITGILR.COM SEXY GAMES
Since its release on PC in May last year, the Witcher 2 has been drawing envious glances from console owners. The Enhanced Edition for Xbox 360 includes around four hours of new gameplay and an interface redesigned for consoles, with everything else intact. Impressively, CD Projekt RED has managed to port the whole experience over to six-year-old Xbox 360 hardware with only a minimum of technical compromises. If you’ve got access to a high-end PC, it’s fairly self-evident that’s the version you should plump for, but Xbox 360 owners needn’t feel short-changed by this very competent port. The Witcher 2 is a game that shoots for the sun while its rivals are still lining up their sights on the moon. It’s an AAA RPG with an indie soul, and a charged, exciting adventure you can really sink your teeth into, admire, and for the most part, love. From the raw technical wizardry of the engine, to tent walls rippling in the breeze and villagers running for cover when it rains, it’s a game built with burning, red-raw passion and exactly one goal. To be the best RPG ever, whatever it takes. Ultimately, it falls short of that, but not without giving it a damn good go. Over its 20-30 hours of almost relentlessly superb moments, Witcher 2 raises almost every bar it can get its hands on. It’s let down by only two things: an undercooked combat system, and a story resolution that it actually hurts to watch. The rest is simply amazing, from the beautiful writing to the gorgeous visuals, meaningful choices, and a world that feels like a real place that exists beyond the game’s limitations.
For fans of the first game, this shouldn’t be a surprise. You don’t have to have played The Witcher to get into Assassins of Kings, although expect a confusing intro if you haven’t. After that, it’s a brand new story, with our hero Geralt – a travelling mutant monster-hunting-swordsman-alchemist – on the run after being fingered for the death of the Temerian king he was meant to be guarding, while powerful factions try to take advantage of the post-regicide chaos. The best thing about Assassins of Kings? They only think they’re in control. Really, you are. The Witcher 2 is packed to the gills with big decisions and major plot branches, and unlike most RPGs, these have consequences far beyond whether or not you get a magic karma point, a kiss from an NPC, or an extra bit of shiny loot from a treasure chest. Being a gamer is a great experience though it does have one major drawback. There is not enough time in the day to play and experience all of the games that I’d like to play. One such title is CD Projekt RED’s The Witcher, which I sadly never got around to playing. The award-winning RPG featured a choice based adventure that showed that it’s not good or evil, but the consequences of actions that can change the outcome of events in a story. CD Projekt RED’s newest PC release, The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings continues that idea in one of the most enjoyable RPG’s that I’ve played since Oblivion. Five Nights at Freddy’s: Security Breach
The Witcher 2 continues the story of Geralt of Rivia, a monster-hunter (or Witcher), who has been supernaturally altered via experiments to make him harder to kill as he fights extremely dangerous enemies. His body having lost all his pigmentation, including his hair, shows off his scar riddled body, pointed ears and golden slit eyes earned him the name of “Gwynbleidd, the White Wolf”. The greatest Witcher alive must find a way to clear his name after a tragic event leaves him branded a murderer in this new adventure that will take you through monster filled forests, castles, a beautiful dwarven city carved into mountains, an evil spectral fog and an eternally bloody battlefield. Geralt’s story in The Witcher 2 is a fairly complex one with all its possible choices and paths but not nearly as complex as its gameplay. In classic RPG fashion there are a lot of things to do besides the story such as doing side quests, fun mini-games like fistfighting, and crafting useful and much needed items such as swords, traps and potions. I loved getting into fistfight matches as a change of pace and also a source of income as money can be hard to come by occasionally. I noticed this almost immediately the first time I went to craft an item needed for story progression and was initially a few Oren (currency) short to make it. You can earn cash by completing several side quests as well as selling the items that you don’t need or can’t use anymore.
If you start carrying too much gear, weapons and items you will actually be slowed down and unable to run or roll even in combat. Its very important to sell, sell, sell and pick up crafting diagrams as your actions could very well seal off getting certain valuable weapons and much need armor. It is especially important when you’re in the dwarven city of Vergen as there is an armor diagram that can’t be attained anywhere else. The Witcher 2 is a third-person RPG that features pretty solid controls both with the standard keyboard and mouse setup and a 360 controller. Both options work surprisingly well with the controller setup gaining the ability to auto-loot when you pick up enemy drops. For this review I stuck with my more familiar keyboard and mouse setup as I just found it easier to control Geralt. The only things that were a bit annoying is that if you want to interact with anything you have to be in just the right spot or angle to do it. There is also the slightly unnatural climbing animation that I noticed a lot. If you are standing off center when you activate a climbing interaction Geralt sort of sidesteps in position before ascending. There is also the small matter of NPC always getting you way from time to time. This happened a lot especially when I was in the dwarven mine in Vergen. These problems are pretty minor though. ELEX II
Combat is actually quite easy to get a hang of though there is a bit of tactic involved in it. For instance until you develop your character a bit you take 200% more damage if you are hit from behind. Blocking in The Witcher 2 is just as important as choosing the right sword and attack to use on any given enemy. For example sentient beings (such as humans and elves) are best dispatched by normal swords or axes while monsters such as nekkers, trolls, wraiths and other creatures are destined to meet your silver sword’s razor sharp edge. Fighting well however will not save you alone. You will need to master magical signs such as the fiery Igni and my favorite charming sign Axii. Axii came in handy when I was surrounded in tight spots. A few charmed enemies to fight on your side can easily change the tide in battle. It’s also important to invest in bombs and traps as well. This is particularly true when fighting Harpies so it’s always good to carry a stock of them. All weapons, armor and items can be either purchased or made at a cost of materials and Oren. As with most RPG’s, The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings features character advancement for Geralt by using talent points to tailor your character to your play style. There are four areas that you can spend points in: Training, Swordsmanship, Alchemy and Magic.
The Training path is an absolute must to max out but after that you can go your own way. For the purpose of this review I chose to mix things up and focus my points in the Swordsmanship and Magic paths. The only downside in doing this is that you may not be able to learn the more powerful skills at the end of your chosen trees such as the Berserk ability in Alchemy or Group Finisher Move from Swordsmanship. It’s amazing how much freedom you have to tailor your Geralt the way you want him. Through all the fighting it is perhaps the story that I find myself most drawn to. Unlike a lot of RPGs that I’ve played recently, The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings is easily the most mature one in both style and audience marketing. The Witcher series gets its origins from Polish writer Andrzej Sapkowski. The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings while conveying an awesome story features a few intimate moments that are more than quick peak and fade. There is also a bunch of creative language that is well… awesome actually, but not really meant for younger audiences. I also love all the fantasy and game references that it contains including a few that you would expect in a game like this. The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings not only has a great story but awesome graphics as well. The attention to environmental detail such as the hearty stone architecture in Vergen to the beautiful elven ruins found near Flotsam is remarkable. The different atmospheres definitely make this adventure constantly enjoyable. One of my favorite locations is the forests surrounding the fortified town of Flotsam. Navigating through the maze of tree with enemies coming from possibly anywhere and the sunrise cutting through the trees in blinding brilliance is one of my favorite parts of the game.
I’ve played a lot of fantasy games over the years and I have to admit The Witcher 2 has some of the coolest elven designs that I’ve seen in a while. The elven rebels of the Scoia’tael are unlike most of the elves that you see in games. These elves are not the pretty versions that you see in a lot of newer titles but a less lofty and somewhat downtrodden race. Even the “domesticated” elves that live in the towns seem to be in the same state. The nonhuman hatred that you see from the humans especially in Flotsam makes you really feel bad for the elves and even the dwarves. To complement the visuals, The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings also features an awesome score that has some truly moving pieces as well as upbeat tempos to get you in the mood for any fight. Most of the title’s ambience is created by the overall score’s dark and harrowing melodies. It really drives home how much is at stake in Geralt’s world. There is even a metal inspired track that I heard during one of the more interesting moments in the story that I quite enjoyed. The voice acting is another area where this adventure shines. There isn’t a bad voice actor to be heard here. From Geralt’s low almost gravely voice to the sweet voice of Triss Merrigold and the hilarious dwarven dialogue I couldn’t get enough. I also love the accurate sounding weapons and traps that you get to use as well as the monsters that you encounter. If you listen carefully you can tell what is in the area by their growls or cries. ELDEN RING
The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings not only comes with a lot of in game content but both the standard Premium Edition DVD and the DRM-free Digital Premium Edition via GoG.com(which I’m reviewing) comes with a bunch of extra goodies. Among these is a 97-page game guide, a MP3 version of the Official Soundtrack, behind the scenes look at the making of the game, a 197 page art book as well as a bunch of additional cool stuff. This is an exceptional package for being the base version of The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings release. The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings is one of the finest examples of how great an RPG can be. The fighting is fast paced, the story is grown-up and deeply intriguing with a multitude of possible outcomes depending on your choices. Do you pursue you love interest between Triss or ignore it on quest of vengeance to clear you name. Will you try to resolve sticky situations with words or end conflicts with the sharp end of your sword? The choices are entirely up to you and it beacons you to play it again and again to take those other paths not taken. This is a must buy for the adult RPG fans out there. You won’t be disappointed.
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OS: Windows XP/Vista/7
Processor: Intel 2.2 GHz Dual-Core or AMD 2.5 GHz Dual-Core
Memory: 1.5 GB (Win XP), 2GB (Win Vista/Win 7)
Graphics: GeForce 8800 (512 MB) or Radeon HD3850 (512 MB). Resolution: 1280×720.
DirectX®: DirectX 9.29 has to be installed.
Hard Drive: 25GB
Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
OS: Windows XP/Vista/7
Processor: Intel or AMD Quad-Core
Memory: 3 GB (Win XP), 4GB (Win Vista/Win 7)
Graphics: GeForce 260 (1 GB) or Radeon HD 4850 (1 GB). Resolution: 1440×900.
DirectX®: DirectX 9.29 has to be installed.
Hard Drive: 25GB
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