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Submitted by OtakuDome 882d ago | review

OtakuDome: The Witcher 2 Enhanced Edition Review

Otaku Dome's The Witcher 2 Enhanced Edition Review: The Witcher 2 finally hit consoles as an “Enhanced Edition”, but is it worth making the jump? Find out in our review.

The Witcher 2 is an 2011 Action-RPG game developed and published by CD Projekt Red and Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment. It is available on PC and Xbox 360.

Reviewer Note: This was our first Open-World review title, so it was kind of tough getting a review out with so much content and what not. Full of side quest galore and other things to hold your interest, you won’t really find yourself bored in this game. (PC, The Witcher 2: Assassins Of Kings, Xbox 360) 90/100

Red_Devilz  +   881d ago
Still no PS3 version :( *sigh*
OtakuDome  +   881d ago
Yeah, but Witcher 3 is coming to PS4 at least.

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