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The Witcher: Enhanced Edition Director's Cut -
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ESRB: Mature
  • Blood and Gore
  • Nudity
  • Strong Language
  • Strong Sexual Content
  • Violence
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Requires the base game in order to play.

Assume the role of The Witcher, Geralt, a legendary monster slayer caught in a web of intrigue as he battles forces vying for control of the world! Make difficult decisions and live with the consequences in a game that will immerse you in an extraordinary tale like no other!

Representing the pinnacle of storytelling in role-playing games, The Witcher shatters the line between good and evil in a world where moral ambiguity reigns. The Witcher emphasizes story and character development in a vibrant world while incorporating tactically-deep real-time combat like no game before it.

  • Improved, Enhanced and Expanded Edition of the "Best RPG of 2007"
  • The D’jinni Adventure Editor allows players to create or modify their own adventures in the world of The Witcher.
  • "The Price of Neutrality": the adventure tells the story of Geralt coming back to Kaer Morhen and finding a mysterious camp near the stronghold (featuring 3 new quests)
  • “Side Effects”: the first ever release of this new adventure which focuses on Geralt's close friend, Dandelion, and his troubles in Vizima City (featuring 5 new quests)
  • Improvements and Enhancements: reduced load times, increased game stability, improved facial expressions and weather settings, easier-to-use inventory, more than 200 new animations for dialogue scenes, greater NPC variety and much more.

Download Extras

  • "Making of" videos with never-before-seen bonus material (180 mins)
  • Game Soundtrack MP3s (73 mins)
  • "Inspired by" Music MP3s (59 mins)
  • Official Game Guide PDF (112 pages)
  • Map of The Witcher’s world
This title is available for purchase in American Samoa, Antigua and Barbuda, Argentina, Australia, Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Bermuda, Bolivia, Brazil, Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Canada, Cayman Islands, Chile, China, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Falkland Islands (Malvinas), French Guiana, Grenada, Guam, Guatemala, Guyana, Haiti, Honduras, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Jamaica, Japan, Korea, Democratic People's Republic of, Korea, Republic of, Lao People's Democratic Republic, Macao, Malaysia, Mexico, Mongolia, Myanmar, Nepal, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Northern Mariana Islands, Panama, Papua New Guinea, Paraguay, Peru, Philippines, Puerto Rico, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Samoa, Singapore, South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands, Suriname, Taiwan, Province of China, Thailand, Timor-Leste, Trinidad and Tobago, United States, Uruguay, Venezuela, Vietnam, Virgin Islands, British and Virgin Islands, U.S..

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The Witcher Enhanced Edition Bonus Items

This file contains: - "Making of" videos with never-before-seen bonus material (180 mins) - Game Soundtrack MP3s (73 mins) - "Inspired by" Music MP3s (59 mins) - Official Game Guide PDF (112 pages) - Map of The Witcher’s world
MOST RECENT USER REVIEWS ON GAMEFLY

7

Good

Unstable Witcher
Posted by Perispirit (Elizabeth, NJ) Mar 19, 2013
Member since Mar 2013
1 out of 1 gamers (100%) found this review helpful

When this RPG came out it 07 I passed on it mostly due to not being in to fantasy type games as they have no allure for me. Recently however I had the chance to grab this title for ten bucks and I figured what he heck if I don't like it I'll just delete it and forget about it. The game is powered by the Bioware Aurora engine and the mechanics of gameplay are a little odd and takes some time to adjust. One thing that is hard to get used to is the fact that hitting space bar in the game puts the game into active pause wherein you can then call up several screens to aid the Withcher in combat or learn something about a new character or monster or navigating the game world via a map or the journal entries that track the quest discoveries and makes notes of your progress in the game. This is a bit taxing since the interface and character abilities choices are extensive but the choices as to which attributes to develop for your Witcher are not that clear as to what abilities will benefit you the most. The screens are large and colorful but over sized and cluttered and not very enlightening. Combat is executed via simple L R mouse clicks that are furthered by watching a visual cue of your mouse cursor indicator lighting up with a flaming sword to indicazte to press the L button to string the next combo of blows and parrys providing you have bought the right abilities via talents you acquire as you level up. Odd indeed and it takes gettin used to and a sense of timing and anticipation to know when to press the button to be effective in combat. Be prepared for a bit of frustration when fighting poweful monsters or opponents and be prepared to get mowed down unless you learn how to concoct the Witchers special Alchemical brews to survive the heavy bosses. Another weirdness is the fact that sometimes you'll get penned in by the physical environment as experienced in the swamp. The last bad thing is the Witcher is super unstable with frequent crashes so save often.
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9

Excellent

Brilliant
Posted by JohnCarter (COLUMBUS, IN) Feb 15, 2013
Member since Apr 2012
0 out of 0 gamers (0%) found this review helpful

How the he11 did I miss this when it was first relesed? Think of it as Diablo meets Dragon Age!
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1

Horrible

Growl...
Posted by crosshair_eyed (NORTH FORK, CA) Dec 24, 2012
Member since Jul 2012
0 out of 6 gamers (0%) found this review helpful

I bought this game to see how it would playi on my DELL XPS NOTEBOOK. To make a long short, it doesn't play at all. Give me a bloody break!
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MOST HELPFUL USER REVIEWS ON GAMEFLY

8

Very Good

Worth $10
Posted by Lovechop (SNOHOMISH, WA) Oct 06, 2012
Member since Oct 2012
3 out of 3 gamers (100%) found this review helpful

I never did get to play this when it first came out because I knew that, at the time, my PC wouldn't run it properly. With the laptop I have now (n17x r4), I can play it and it really is worth the $10. Graphicly, it is still much like anything you would play on your ps3 or 360 and it offers multiple playing styles/control methods to get cozy with. The story is interesting and the hacking gameplay is really fun (if you like that sort of game). Bottom line, it's a fun adventure hack n slash that looks pretty and is quite inexpensive. Play it :)
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7

Good

Unstable Witcher
Posted by Perispirit (Elizabeth, NJ) Mar 19, 2013
Member since Mar 2013
1 out of 1 gamers (100%) found this review helpful

When this RPG came out it 07 I passed on it mostly due to not being in to fantasy type games as they have no allure for me. Recently however I had the chance to grab this title for ten bucks and I figured what he heck if I don't like it I'll just delete it and forget about it. The game is powered by the Bioware Aurora engine and the mechanics of gameplay are a little odd and takes some time to adjust. One thing that is hard to get used to is the fact that hitting space bar in the game puts the game into active pause wherein you can then call up several screens to aid the Withcher in combat or learn something about a new character or monster or navigating the game world via a map or the journal entries that track the quest discoveries and makes notes of your progress in the game. This is a bit taxing since the interface and character abilities choices are extensive but the choices as to which attributes to develop for your Witcher are not that clear as to what abilities will benefit you the most. The screens are large and colorful but over sized and cluttered and not very enlightening. Combat is executed via simple L R mouse clicks that are furthered by watching a visual cue of your mouse cursor indicator lighting up with a flaming sword to indicazte to press the L button to string the next combo of blows and parrys providing you have bought the right abilities via talents you acquire as you level up. Odd indeed and it takes gettin used to and a sense of timing and anticipation to know when to press the button to be effective in combat. Be prepared for a bit of frustration when fighting poweful monsters or opponents and be prepared to get mowed down unless you learn how to concoct the Witchers special Alchemical brews to survive the heavy bosses. Another weirdness is the fact that sometimes you'll get penned in by the physical environment as experienced in the swamp. The last bad thing is the Witcher is super unstable with frequent crashes so save often.
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9

Excellent

Excellent Game
Posted by sepulchre (Logansport, IN) Aug 18, 2012
Member since Aug 2012
1 out of 1 gamers (100%) found this review helpful

I've only had this game for one day. I thought learning the unusual combat style would take some time and I was ready to be patient. But I'm already having a blast; this game rocks! Like I said, I've only had it one day so I don't know how it will go farther down the road but I don't hink it's hard to play at all. The graphics are fluid, the scene changes are not to long (as opposed to some games), and the story is awesome. Also, I appreciate a mature game that uses intelligence and has room for an open mind. And the way that choice have a real impact on how the game goes makes it far more intrigueing. I could go on and maybe I will once I've played some more but thus far this game is at the top of my list.
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SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS

Minimum OS Windows® XP/Vista/7
Minimum Processor Intel Pentium 4 2.4 GHz or Athlon 64 +2800
Minimum Memory 1 GB RAM
Minimum Graphics NVIDIA GeForce 6600 or ATI Radeon 9800 or better
Minimum Hard Drive 8.5 GB Free
Minimum Sound DirectX® version 9.0c-compatible sound card
Recommended Processor Intel Pentium 4 3.0 GHz or AMD Athlon 64 +3000
Recommended Memory 2 GB RAM
Recommended Graphics NVIDIA GeForce 7800 GTX or ATI Radeon X1950 XT or better

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