25.06.2007 @ 18:49 #41
I'm here to have fresh info about this game, I just want to know if my box of never2 will definitely stay on my shelves...
27.06.2007 @ 17:25 #44
I'm Patty, also from a desert location in the US. I like to tell people I live at the corner of Nevada, California and Arizona :) Five ( or six... or seven... ) days a week I manager a video game store.
I have been playing RPGs ever since the day my husband convinced me that my argument against playing was flawed. I used to say "I can't play those game you play. I can't cast magic spells, find items, solve puzzles, fight monsters and save the world. I'm just a girl, you know." Then I played a game called Quest for Glory: So You Want to be a Hero, and it was all over. I was hooked! Okay, you can all stop laughing now ;D
I was fortunate enough to see the Witcher at E3 twice. Both times I left with that "WOW" feeling, and wishing the game was coming soon. Well now it finally is and I can't wait!
Unfortunately, I am no longer writing (the website I was writing for changed their format and their focus), and I have so far been unable to find another site to write for, so I was unable to attend E3 last year, nor can I attend this year. Too bad, because I would really like to see what Atari will be saying about the US edition.
In any case, I am happy to be here and look forward to getting to know fellow Witcher fans here.
-Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons, for you are crunchy and good with ketchup.
27.06.2007 @ 18:55 #45
Im sure you will have lot of fun here you husband sound like a man after my own heart LOL
that how I got my wife to play game as well she thoute that they where silly and a waist of time lol. started her off on good old Dukenukem and she has been hooked ever since as well.
27.06.2007 @ 21:44 #47
Nice to have you here Nocturnal. I'm glad to see that The Witcher is popular over the ocean as well.
LOL Daerdin Nawww everyone welcome me when I frist poped in here and Im only passing it on that all :)
03.07.2007 @ 03:19 #48
03.07.2007 @ 09:07 #49
Good to see you again Loopy! Ekhem, eeeerr... Madame Loopy I guess:)
09.07.2007 @ 00:45 #50
10.07.2007 @ 18:49 #51
Hi everyone. and congratulations on such a wonderful new game!
Not only are the graphics exceedingly beautiful, the sound tracks hauntingly exciting, but the whole concept of making decisions and choices which change our character's pathway and game experience on an individual basis, is the part which has enticed me the most.
:D Roll on September I say, as I intend to buy my copy as soon as I see it available.
I've been an avid gamer now for just over two years and been searching for a game as great as this is obviusly going to be. There are sooo many car games, military, aviation, fighting and pure combat, anime and cartoon etc etc...they all served a purpose to teach me some PC skills I guess, and filled in some leisure time. So, after much surfing through the rubble, I will no doubt be leaving the basic ones I've tried over time well behind, to enjoy this new experience!
I'm from Australia so I hope I dont have to wait longer than everyone else..that'd be torture lol
26.07.2007 @ 17:22 #56
Anyway, name's Auro, real name Viktor (most just say Vik... dunno why). I'm 19 years old and currently a student, studying Business ICT (or whatever it is called in english). And yeah, I live in the Netherlands.
SO, I like RPG, stragegy games (I'm originally a TBS player) and some games that have a peculair atmosphere to them (I'll put DMC here for example). Guess I'm posting here cause from what I've seen, TW must be an awesome game.
... and I suck at intro's.
06.08.2007 @ 09:52 #58
I don't know anything about The Witcher or Sapkowski, except what I learned during those few month and I'm planning to get Sapkowski's books, because they seem really great.
So ... I think that's it :)
06.08.2007 @ 19:55 #59
... welcome btw
Don't know if there are more Dutch poeple here, but you are "almost" in my neighborhood... Germany
When you turn they will be gone, whispering their hidden song.
Then you see what cannot be, shadows move where light should be.
Out of darkness, out of mind – cast down into the Halls of the Blind…