Gamespot: In part one of our three part series, Danny investigates the history of this beloved RPG franchise and introduces how Wild Hunt's prologue area attempts to introduce newcomers.
GOTY! So much to do.......good by out side world.
Very good piece Gamespot, I watched it earlier and was impressed by how nice everything was done, the filter, commentary, awesome job. As for the game, well ... it's gonna be a really long month.
He just dumped on every developer out there that charges for simple DLC. "What does it cost us to make new armor? A few hours and a couple people? That should be free."
Glad we have two more to come.
I really like his statement about DLC. Please other developers, take notes. This isn't even a billion dollar company like EA or Ubi who charge one dollar for some coloring on your weapon. Shame on them!
This month can't go fast enough!
These developers must be one of the most consumer-friendly ones out there. Much respect to them and this masterpiece.
All companies seek money. But some place their product and artistry on the same level, sometimes even more. Love these guys, and will be supporting the heck out of them.
Its handy this studio is from Europe the price on steam is not that bad for a new game. PC version for me will be my first Witcher game.
Get Witcher 2 from G2A.com for about $6. Its an amazing game.
It has cost under 5 in steam sales. I got the witcher 1 for 2.50 on sale, great game.
that statement about dlc is so awesome but understand this: It's usually not the developers but the Publishers call on what is free and what is paid, CD-Red Project own their IP so they don't have to listen to a publisher so let's not blame the developer as much as publishers giants like EA,UBI,Activision. Especially EA and UBI who will charge for every little thing take-two is another example but this time its the greedy developers like gearbox who will charge for character different heads and costumes
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