GOG.com have started their 2013 summer sale day two which features most of their no DRM games. This means that more than 500 games are available for 50% off. The digital distribution site will also offer extra discounted Daily Deals (once a day) which will be up to 85% off. The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt will also be DRM free on the store.
The Witcher 2: Assassin of Kings is coming to Xbox 360 in April and it is looking quite good.
The trailer above highlights all the additions coming to the Xbox 360 version of the game and it also shows the collector editions that will be available for the game.
In case anyone has forgotten Portal 2 is now available. Its been getting good reviews even though a lot of its players have been complaining that the PC version is a console port, it’s too short (less than 3 hours) and that it has day one DLC, all of which isn’t true.
The GLaDOS mini game was basically pointless because it got the game released early but only by a few hours so some people might see it has a rip off especially if they bought those indie games just to help get Portal 2 released early. Of course most of those indie games where good by themselves but you shouldn’t feel that you have to buy them for another game, this means those games weren’t being enjoyed on their own merits.
CD Projekt has said The Witcher 2 will have quite a few more endings than the original game.
There’s 16 endings to be exact.
While multiple endings may not be a new idea, here are some other Witcher 2 numbers to expect:
- There are three different openings.
- It has 256 cut-scenes (150 minutes’ worth) where as the original had 130 (53 minutes’ worth).
- The sequel has over 30 types of armor compared to only five in The Witcher.
- An extra magic sign has been added.
- There are only four load screens compared to 700 in the original.
The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings is slated for 2011 on PC. I wont be surprised if a console version gets released eventually.