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Default The Witcher 2 - New York Times Review

June 26th, 2011, 19:39
New York Times has penned a very favourable review of The Witcher 2. Entitled Exploring Moral Consequences, the Obvious and the Unintended, the well written review explains why Witcher 2 is among the reviewer's favourite games. I encourage you the read the review, but as always here's a snip:
The world of The Witcher is gothic, soulful and intelligent, yet mercilessly brutal. Innocent people die, and still almost all the characters consider themselves perfectly justified in their actions. After all, one manís terrorist is anotherís freedom fighter, and which you consider noble depends on your personal circumstances. As the Witcher, an independent, mystical warrior set amid warring medieval kingdoms, you will have to decide what justice means to you.
The Witcher team feels this way
We would like to add that the RED Team is very proud and thankful for this review.
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