GamingUnion: "Hearing about The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings throughout 2011 almost prompted me go out and create a cutting-edge gaming PC, solely to play it. Needless to say, my expectations were quite high when the Enhanced Edition was finally announced for Xbox 360. The promise of a dark fantasy world, strategic action-oriented combat, and truly ambiguous dialogue branches filled me with excitement. Now that the game has made it to half of the relevant home consoles, I'm pleased to say it lives up to much of the runaway hype. Its conversation system is expertly executed and varied, and the oppressive world is a consistently interesting place to explore. However, it's not quite the transcendent revelation in role-playing preached by many. There are simply too many design stumbles along the way, but its foundation sets up The Witcher 3 to truly shine."