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Geralt is finally headed to the 360 – after years of talk about The Witcher coming to consoles in some way shape or form, a date has finally materialized for the series’ second entry: April 17th, 2012.

While I thorougly enjoyed Witcher 1′s unique take on ambiguous morality, I haven’t had a chance to play Witcher 2 yet; but that may change this Spring. No word on whether or not the console version will fill you in on the first game’s events, given how it’s still a PC exclusive. Also, there’s no information on how smooth the porting process is going: given how buggy the second game as at launch, you can probably expect a ton of bugs.

  1. Wow, that’s a gorgeous game. I have a feeling the level of visual fidelity won’t be so apparent in the port, but this is still excellent news. Still need to finish the first game, but I hope the series is successful as possible, as there are plenty of books left to be translated from Polish.

  2. Witcher 2 was definitely superior to the original but I still think it gets more props that it rightfully deserves. That said it is a good looking and fun game to play through, just be sure to learn the ropes early as the challenge ramps up quick. Once you get a grasp of things though you tend to breeze through.

  3. avatar Kelly

    Well I for one am entirely cneoincvd that AGW is %100 real and is an impending serious threat to the fragile version of peace & prosperity we enjoy. I’m not entirely ocnvinced that a Carbon Tax or an ETS is the best way to tackle this problem, but until there is a viable alternative I guess it gets my vote.It embarrases me everytime, in the interests of balance some fool journo gives Barnaby Joist (not a bad person, but as intelectually capable as a pine stud) an opportunity to spread his vile brand of denialist pop lunacy.Everytime there is a news story about a dinosaur fossil find the journo doesn’t give a literal six-day creationist an opportunity to bang on about the bones being placed there by Dog to test our faith. Or when there is a story about planets / moons / stars a pre-Copernican Flat Earther isn’t given a chance to argue his point of view. As clearly demonstrated by the American Tea Party phenomena giving these loons air time validates thier opinions & allows the spread of their lunacy.At what point does / should scientific consensus muffle these bags of fruit?Before I get leapt on for facist tendancies, I cite the BBC interview of the leader of the Brit National Front. There was much wailing & moaning & gnashing of teef about giving this skinhead F*cknuckle and his race-hate airtime, but my point is he was given an opportunity to voice his opinion and reveal himself to be the mouth breathing loon he is, but he is not invited to participate in grown ups debate about fiscal or defence policies.Same should go for Barnaby Joist, Warren Truss and The Ench. They should have an opportunity to rant, gibber, rail & fling their poo. Just not when the grown ups are discussing something as serious as this.Like others I am deeply deeply dubious about our capacity as a nation to look past the State of Origin, our V8s and the latest reality crap on our TV’s, to Grasp The Nettle and to do something, anything actually constructive. Instead it will be our kids & grandkids cursing us for turning the lucky country into a parched & desolate void lashed by storms & rent by droughts.

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