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19.01.2013 @ 20:36
Guy N said:Yes, the GOG edition is EE. And the original Witcher is well worth the price and your time. Bigger world, more leisurely play, some wonderful characters, same idea of consequences that come back to bite you. ›››
19.01.2013 @ 17:06Is the GoG version EE? Also should I buy the first one as well?
19.01.2013 @ 06:32
dragonbird said:GoG gives more money to the developers, as they're related companies, so all else being equal, please buy it there.
With all of the other options, you can also take advantage of a free backup from GoG, so you'll get the GoG version anyway.
How does downloading a game from GoG work? does it just download the installer and that's it? Or is it like when you download a game from steam and you need to play it through steam?
QuoteSteam gives you the advantage of Steam achievements if that's important to you, but more people seem to have problems with the Steam version than the others.
I don't care about achievements, so that's off of the list.
QuoteGamestop's fine if you want the retail version (or something to use that gift card on), but be aware of which version you're buying. You'll need to patch after purchase.
it says version 2.0. Is that the DRM free version or is GoG the only place selling the DRM free one?
QuoteOrigins only if you're already a big fan. Friends don't let friends get drawn into buying stuff at Origins.
I just through origins in since I have it installed. (It's kind of mandatory if you buy a game from EA)
So basically it comes down to either GoG.com or Gamestop.com.
19.01.2013 @ 06:11I have one last question. Where should I buy this game from? Steam, Origins, GOG.com, or Gamestop.com? (I have a ten dollar gift card for gamestop so I would only be paying half the price if I got it either digitally or retail) or should I just get the disc version instead of downloading it?
18.01.2013 @ 21:36
Guy N said:Shouldn't have a problem on High. The GPU is well above minimum, and others have had good success with it. The game isn't particularly CPU-dependent, and overclocking components just brings out stability problems you might otherwise not have had.
A GTX 680 should be able to do Ultra, no problem. Probably not Ubersampling or Cinematic DOF, which are killers. ›››
Okay. Thanks. I heard that Ubersampling is basically impossible to run with almost any PC right now. But what is Cinematic DOF?
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