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Subject For All of us that like Fantasy & Adventure here is my recommendation for a GREAT game to play
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Original Message For All of us that like Fantasy & Adventure here is my recommendation for a GREAT game to play



"The Witcher 2: Assassination of Kings"

This is a very good, VERY adult game, with a complex plot and entertaining gameplay.

It's a merger of Mass Effect as far as conversation and choice, and Dark Souls combat.

The mixture of sword play and magic feels very fluid and gives you the ability to customize you character any way you see fit.

It's "Open World" to a degree, but don't expect Skyrim.

If you're looking for a really fun game with a compelling plot and great sense of adventure, then, the Witcher 2 is just what you're looking for.

Keep in mind this game is developed by a Swedish company and some of their culture & mannerism's bleeds through. But no worse then say a Japanese RPG like Final Fantasy.



GAME FACTS:
Gameplay: Open world, Action RPG

System: PS3, PC & XBOX 360 (Runs BEST on PC but 2nd best on 360. I highly recommended you install the game on your 360 to enhance Graphics and speed up load times)

Pros: Great Plot, Setting Characters. one of the BEST looking games to date. Typical fantasy setting but with some Adult themes that keep it feeling fresh and new.


Cons: you MUST follow the plot and remember characters, Think "Game of Thrones" in size, scope and story.
The "Open world-ness" is more of an illusion of an open world rather then a true open world. Getting the hang of combat will take time and practice.



My Score: 8.5 out of 10 pick it up if the summer lull has you bored.



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