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At work now, but the game is all pre-downloaded and waiting for me at home. I played The Witcher on Hard, and liked it best that way because I needed to use sword, signs, and alchemy to win. How's the difficulty in the sequel?
I played about an hour or two on medium last night and I thought it was too damn hard, had to revert back to easy which like the above poster said is still quite challenging. I mean I'm using signs, potions, etc....and still having a tough time here and there.
If you find it hard on easy or medium, it's because you're not using Quen. It will protect you from getting stunned/flinching when hit, which is absolutely necessary when fighting more than 1 enemy, or you get stun locked to death.
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"I've yet to play this, as I ordered it on amazon, but In the original, I found the game to be too easy outside of hard."
I'm in the same boat. By chapter 3 I've got enough recipes and points in the right skills to pretty much make myself a god. I was really hoping The Witcher 2 would be a little harder, and hey! it sounds like it is. I'm pretty much counting the minutes until I can get out of here and go home now.