I like The Witcher better, but, Dragon Age was way harder. They could try yo make this game more challenging than the first. I usually dont like gringing, but it actually made sense in the Witcher, if you were too strong it would be out of character.
vivionesPosted 5/3/2010 1:35:05 AM
Just beated the game yesterday and I enjoyed it a lot. I beated it on easy mode since I dislike heavy use of alchemy. Anyway
- Feel more rewarded for choices made in the game. I felt that after saving so many people, they just didn't care what you did for them afterwards. In other words, what other people said: Make your actions have more consequences especially on characters - More models for people - Better voice acting for npc's. I swear when I was fistfighting I heard two different voices coming from one person. - Balance the difficulty better. On easy, everything became pretty easy. Rather than making something easy, make different styles. More in depth Sword fighting or more in depth alchemy. It's mean to force you to alchemy to make the game harder, but that's a personal thing. I got almost killed off by Azar Javed's little pet while the final boss was a piece of cake. - Revisiting places and not rush through the story like at the end of chapter 4 til epilogue. (did that in 1 day while the rest took me several days) - Feel more rewarded when it comes to sexual cutscenes. It would be nice to see Geralt take the girl's clothes off and pushing them on the bed, it's not necessary to reveal more than that. It's not a sex game of course. But I felt like I didn't get rewarded much for it.
Other than that, I don't think I have complaints. Multiplayer? I don't know, It would be nice to have your friend play as another witcher and venture through the game together, but that'd be pretty tricky.