You know that television series, “The West Wing” (“Os Homens do Presidente”)? Yeah, well that’s what the first hours of The Witcher 2 feel like.
Lots of talking, names being thrown around, conspiracy theories, and i’m left thinking… “COULD SOMEONE PLEASE TALK ABOUT SOMETHING I CAN FKN UNDERSTAND?”. Notice tha i did played, finished and loved the 1st game, read a book with the main tales of The Witcher and devoured the polish tv series! So yeah, i know a thing or two about the Witcher’s world.
At first i just thought “wow cool, tension is brewing”, but now i don’t know anymore… it’s a dense plot, but where’s the fun?
On its way I hope…
On the good side, you really DO feel you’re there, alongside Geralt the witcher. And “there” is awesome also because it’s polish medieval setting feels clearly different from any other thing you’ve ever seen on a video game.
Please god, don’t let The Witcher 2 be another waste of space. Amen.
I am continually being blown away by the iPad. I could say it’s because of it’s elegant full functioning ecosystem, but that would be undermining. You just have to use it on a daily basis to understand it’s value, and the value of tablets in general, as a new working and entertaining tool.
Still, it’s important not to forget that whoever has the greater amount of good apps has the better advantage, just like in video games, where a console’s success is greatly defined by the quantity and quality of it’s games. And the iPad has all the greatest Apps.
What do you figure is the main reason for almost every tablet manufacturer going Android? yep, you guessed it, second best app store…