Last year was a terrible year for RPGs on the PC. There was almost nothing released, and the titles that were ended up being fairly underwhelming. However, there was one game that was strong, yet it had problems that kept it from being the best game it could have been. I am, of course, talking about The Witcher, a game that received a fair amount of praise for being something different. Well, here we are in the fall of 2008, and the situation for RPGs seems even worse than ever before, though flawed. Thankfully, CDProjekt has done something that happens very rarely in the gaming industry, and has actually gone back to fix any problems and add additional content to the very game they released last year. Thus, The Witcher: Enchanced Edition was born. Instead of merely doing just actual content changes, the developers have also included all-new videos, the soundtrack, and other goodies in this release, and more importantly, it's all free for owners of the original game in a large patch. How many other developers have done something like this?