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The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings (2011)
"Wiedzmin 2: Zabójcy królów" (original title)

Video Game  |  Action, Adventure, Drama  |  17 May 2011 (USA)
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Geralt must track down a mysterious kingslayer, who seams to have the powers and skills of a witcher. Did the leaders of a joint rebellion of non-human races, who fight for their freedom, send him, or is there more to this mystery?



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Geralt of Rivia (voice)
Alexander Morton ...
Zoltan Chivay (voice)
Antony Byrne ...
King Foltest (voice)
Dethmold (voice)
Eiry Hughes ...
Saskia (voice)
Jaimi Barbakoff ...
Triss Merigold (voice)
Bernard Loredo (voice)
Dandelion (voice)
Laura Rogers ...
Ves (voice)
Mark Frost ...
Iorveth (voice)
Mark Healy ...
Vernon Roche (voice)
Letho of Gulet (voice)
Síle de Tansarville (voice)
Pandora Colin ...
Philippa Eilhart (voice)


The player is Geralt of Rivia, a professional monster slayer, a witcher. Entangled in the political turmoil that engulfed Temeria, Geralt helped quell the rebellion of the Order of the Flaming Rose. Soon after, he saved King Foltest's life when the monarch was attacked by a witcher-like assassin. He continues to protect the king, serving as his bodyguard as Foltest strives to bring peace to his kingdom. The Order's last bastions have yielded to the royal army, yet one more task remains - the Baroness La Valette announced her secession from the realm, and her fortress must be taken. A month after the attempted assassination, Foltest's armies stand at the gates of La Valette Castle, preparing for a final assault. Still at Foltest's side, Geralt is among them, unable to begin his personal quest to discover the mysterious assassin's origin and identity... Written by Official Site

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Geralt of Rivia: [of Letho] Why do you trust him? Because he's a dh'oine who agreed to do shady work for you?
Iorveth: He did what had to be done. He proved nobody's untouchable.
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Luscious graphics and compelling narrative are the strong points of this sword and sorcery RPG, sequel to the remarkable debut by Polish developer CDProjekt RED.

Characters like Roche, Foltest, Iorveth and Letho are sharply defined, the gameworld they inhabit suitably ferocious (although exposition is handled somewhat less gracefully this time around). Fixed protagonist Geralt is once again an unflappable fantasy version of the Man with No Name. Choice & consequence moments are sprinkled throughout the game, determining which secondary characters live or bite the dust, and also the path pursued by Geralt, with a common prologue and first act, two mutually exclusive second acts and a common last act with different possible outcomes.

While combat (action-oriented, with a difficulty spike early on) is an improvement over the first game, gameplay overall isn't: character customization feels streamlined, secondary quests less meaty, a few quick time events vastly annoying (see an obnoxious boss fight against a Kraken-like monster), no location as varied as the city of Vizima in the first Witcher. This sequel is a better action game, but a worse RPG.

Overall, a flawed but worthy effort, and the Witcher 3 looks interesting already.

As a stand-alone game 8/10; as a sequel 6,5/10

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