DHGF: The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings makes its way to Xbox 360 and aside from a few graphical hiccups, does so completely intact. The character models and scenery do much to impress, and the soundtrack is atmospheric and very befitting of the events it accompanies. The character voices are well acted and memorable, particularly that of Geralt, and the rantings of the common folk make for some entertaining listening. Combat has adapted well to the Xbox 360 controls, and the game does a good job of adapting to players of all skill levels. This doesn’t mean all gamers should play, as those with a weak stomach and sensitivity to sexual situations should steer clear. PC gamers are getting the same content as the console owners are with this version, so there’s no incentive to upgrade if you already own it. But if you don’t own a powerful PC, are not a PC gamer, or have not picked this up yet, definitely check this out.