Games Convention - Live from Leipzig !
22.08.2006 @ 19:09 #1
23.08.2006 @ 07:44 #4
Could you say the area of the game in square kilometres, but not total and only available for visiting (without area of deep lakes or unreachable mountains). And also I'd want to know how many percents will take different areas. I mean for example dungeons will take 30% of available area. And what about forests, steppes, swamps, cities, villages etc?
23.08.2006 @ 18:41 #7
Yeah, on polish forum on this topic is like on Marszałowska/Wall Street ...Monday... rush hour!!!
I think U should write here something too(U can answer few quest. from polish forum, if U can't find anything interesting here...
23.08.2006 @ 23:32 #8
Basically, Dziadu was talking about the most important thing for them... booth babes - nah, just joking. I mean, he said something about that, but of course it's not the most important part.
Generally he focused on the journalists visiting their presentation and about their impressions. The journalists were stunned with the Witcher, giving it grades over 9 out of 10.
We may expect next Witcher Week soon after the convention with all the materials presented there - among them: game teaser, opening cut-scene, new playable from Wyzima, which made the biggest impression on the visitors, due to the liveliness of the city (groups of people, children playing, dogs barking, stuff like that).
The devs were also asked to campare their presentation with other RPG games shown at GC. Here, however, we didn't get any comparisons as CDPR guys didn't have time to look at any But they gave us the motto of their presentation "the most important, influential and interesting RPG of the show" - so the comparison with other RPGs is unnecessary
That's mostly it from the first day. I hope I didn't miss or add anything. If so, let some devs correct me
24.08.2006 @ 10:57 #9
Also number one subject concerning forum users btw ;)
You certainly did not ! :)
25.08.2006 @ 13:05 #11
29.08.2006 @ 13:40 #12
Below you've got a gameplay movie form Witcher. (you must have account on GS to download this file)
24.08.2007 @ 02:16 #13
Just thought I'd share a few links I came across:
25.08.2007 @ 15:07 #17