A new trailer was released from Warner Bros. Entertainment to show off some of the new and enhanced features for The Witcher 2 on the Xbox 360 and how seamless the game will be coming off the PC.
Curious about how that awesome CG intro sequence was done for The Witcher 2: Enhanced Edition? Well, Platige Image gives a brief behind-the-scenes look at the making of that breathtaking trailer in a quick three minute video.
CD Projekt Red and Warner Bros. Entertainment released a new trailer for the upcoming Xbox 360 rendition of The Witcher 2: Enhanced Edition, and the trailer focuses on the mysterious and elusive assassin of kings only known as The KingSlayer.
CD Projekt Red talks up The Witcher 2: Enhanced Edition's features, choices and consequences that affect the overall story from beginning to end. The dev diary is quite informative and if you're looking for a medieval version of Mass Effect you might find a nice alternative in The Witcher 2.
Digital shop Good Old Games announced its plans for the holiday season today. They include discounts on many of the games in their library, including CD Projekt's hit RPG series The Witcher.
Today Warner Bros. Interactive announced that they have come to terms of agreement with CD Projekt to help squeeze The Witcher 2 onto Microsoft’s console by distributing the game to North American retail.
Xbox 360 owners will have to make do without Geralt of Rivia this year. CD Projekt revealed today that they delayed the 360 port of the PC RPG until next year.
Sony welcomes back users with some goodies. CD Projekt is putting the Witcher 2 on Xbox 360. THQ announces Metro: Last Light and a lot of companies unveil their E3 line-ups.
Atari's newest medieval hack-and-slash title is Dungeons and Dragons: Daggerdale for the Xbox Live Arcade and PC. The game's release follows close on the heels of Atari's other medieval fantasy title, The Witcher 2, however both games couldn't be more of a polar opposite to one another.
By now most people know that The Witcher 2 is not the average RPG. The Witcher 2 is an extremely gritty, dark action-RPG unlike anything else out there and a new trailer gives gamers a small taste of that grit.
A new developer documentary was released for The Witcher 2 explaining exactly how the battle system works and some of the new features the team added in to make things even more complex than the first game, yet keeping things entirely user-friendly.
A new trailer was released for the game explaining exactly how NPCs behave autonomous of the Geralt, and go about their days whether players interact with them or not.
The Witcher 2 is officially done and finished, and is prepping to make its way to retail shelves and digital distributors come May 17th. CD Projekt announced today that the game has officially gone gold and that means no more release date delays or developer diaries to hold you off while you wait for the game.
The guys at CD Projekt talk extensively about the advanced character development and player choices for advancing Geralt in the Witcher 2. The five-and-a-half minute video doesn't leave a single stone unturned when it comes to explaining how gamers can evolve the Witcher exactly the way they like.
Curious about the Dwarven coves or the Elven towns? Well, CD Projekt gives a brief walkthrough of what to expect from the fantasy-medieval lore.