The Witcher Reviews

The Witcher continues to garner critical praise, with two more favorable reviews hitting the web over the weekend. The first is at RPGamer with an overall score of 4.0/5:
The Witcher is an amazing game with an involving and mature storyline, interesting characters, great graphics and music that suits it well. Combat is engaging, and defeating the larger monsters always comes with a sense of thrill. Were it not for the mature content, the game could be recommended (and even encouraged) for everyone. The Witcher contains constant foul language, a high level of violence, the use of alcohol and drugs, as well as sex and nudity, and should not be played by anyone who is offended by such material. All in all, it is a great game that just shows that the PC RPG genre is not yet dead. Now where is the Xbox 360 version?

And the other is at Gameplay Monthly with an overall score of "B+":
...the small pieces come together to make The Witcher a game that I simply cannot think ill of. The excellent graphics, the far above-average voice acting, amazing music, the enjoyable story with a morality system featuring shades of gray and truly important choices, as well as pretty fun gameplay while including the finest alchemy and journal I've ever seen to this very day make The Witcher a game that I would recommend to anyone that is a fan of western-style RPGs looking for the best RPG to have come out in a long time. Thank you for reading, and I hope this helped you decide whether or not The Witcher is for you.