April is a big month for the RPG fans among you who only own a 360 since The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings Enhanced Edition will be released as soon as next week with new content. PC players will not be forgotten as the new quests and characters will be added in a free patch. Gamersyde is quite happy to be able to propose a bunch of videos of the console version in advance for you to see how good this port is. The guys at CD Projekt have done a great job and their game is without a doubt among the best-looking RPG on Microsoft's console.
but doing rather well in a very busy period with some big hitters (COD, Fallout 4, Star Wars and Halo 5) (12 minutes ago)
@jmd749: It is a really stunning game, ignored just because it went timed exclusive. A massive shame. It is selling rather steadily well though. It's not pulling the launch numbers of TR 2013 in March (13 minutes ago)
@Sdarts: Exactly. Jessica Jones is a drama. But there is almost no story. It just drags on. I hope the second half delivers more. (36 minutes ago)
What I am interested in is this: will the PC and PS4 releases have all the DLC bundled in? if they do, I will opt for the PC version. I want to support the franchise. (48 minutes ago)
@KORNdog: The game has no issues with framerate, I had absolutely NONE. Aliaising - I will give you that yes but it does nothing to detract from the game (49 minutes ago)
So I believe both PC and PS4 versions will be great. Plus the Xbox One version has some framerate and tearing issues, according to Digital Foundry, so I suspect those will be eliminated in the process (1 Hour ago)
As for PC, if they port it correctly, it might be significantly improved. I believe it's Nixxes who's going to work on the PC and PS4 versions. They are as great or better than Bluepoint Games. (1 Hour ago)