However, the biggest selling point for me, (and what subsequently kept me interested in playing the first game beyond the first 20 minutes) was incidentally, the mature dialogue. And by mature I mean the sentence structure, the witty remarks, the sometimes narrow dialogue options that erupt into long discussions, the sarcasm, the occasionally hard SAT words that I had to look up in the dictionary up until the end of the second game.
After reading and re-reading Knight of Phoenix's full-depth analysis on the political structure of the W2 I was finally able to consciously articulate the primary reason why W2 is so far my favorite game (until the W3 comes out of course). That reason is the interaction between characters: the beautifully written dialogue heavily-laden with double entendres, outright lies, pampering, fallacies, slander, etc. Each and every character "felt" like an adult, a person who actually grew up in the Witcher Universe. And I was never able to have this experience re-created in any other RPG game or any other game for that matter. Ultimately, the second game might be the most intricate one of all RPGs as far as the political world is concerned.
If I am not mistaken, KOP's background is in Political Science, which is what I also picked in college around the same time I beat the first game. I am not saying there is a correlation necessarily, but I was curious to know if people on here could list one primary reason why they love the Witcher. Feel free to add yours if the poll didn't quite nail it. ›››
why there is no "i heard the soundtrack and understood that this game is awesome" option ?
but from the above?
i dont know,i guess i like everything