Splitkick: Playing The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings for a few scant minutes should be all it takes to prove that CD Projekt RED’s acclaimed success with the original Witcher game was no fluke. Without a doubt, this is the most beautiful roleplaying game I have ever played. It is what you likely expected to see when you first sat down to play Dragon Age, or its sequel, only to be underwhelmed with the end result. The cinematic delivery of the story and action is exquisite and the amped up production values are readily apparent even within very smallest details. I cannot think of an RPG that comes remotely close to having as complete a package that The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings offers.