The Witcher Reviews

CD Projekt's The Witcher is the subject of yet another pair of favorable reviews. The first is at Ace Gamez with an overall score of 8/10:
The Witcher is best described as a bit of a grower. If you can pull yourself to look past its clunky interface and occasionally sporadic dialogue, there really is quite a lot to love here. It isn't the most accessible role-playing offering though, so it would be hard to recommend to anyone but fans of the genre. If that sounds like you then as lengthy, compelling and gritty medieval fantasy adventures go, you really can't do much better.

And the other is at WorthPlaying with an overall score of 8.6/10:
Despite its faults, The Witcher is a diamond in the rough as a mature, gritty and atmospheric RPG that heads into territory not often explored. The modern, tongue-in-cheek additions to the fantasy tale of Geralt's journey and the choices that shape it build a unique experience that might keep you awake into the wee hours simply to find out what happens next. Games have grown up along with their players, and The Witcher is the kind of title that the genre deserves to have.