The atrocities of war are only bettered by those of its aftermath, when those unfortunate to have survived are not aware of the ruin and devastation to come.Having barely repulsed the armies of the South, the Northern Kingdoms fell into an unwarranted state of self-awe spurning the alliances of yesterday and regaining their forlorn propensity to bicker amongst themselves; they readily level the tips of their swords at each others throats in wanton accusations of treason, and all the while the enemy regroups and rejuvenates.And where do you enter this picture, you ask? According to official reports, youre dead killed by the very people you sought to protect during one of the non-humans pogroms. As you can see, my friend, it does not always pay to protect the oppressed in particular if your only motivation for doing so is based on moral conscience.The Witcher: Enhanced Edition represents the pinnacle of storytelling in role-playing games, shattering the line between good and evil with a world where moral ambiguity reigns. Take on the role of renowned monster slayer, Geralt of Rivia, in an epic, action-packed narrative in which his decisions have a major impact on how the story plays out.The Witcher: Enhanced Edition brings the game even closer to perfection with a number of technical and visual improvements.
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Curious about the opinions of those of you that have moved through the series as a whole; is it worthwhile to start with The Witcher: Enhanced Edition, and play through The Witcher II prior to playing the Witcher III? Or should you just jump in with III?
My GPU is 42% worse than yours (NVidia mobile 9600GS) and I can run the game on medium settings with an average of 30 fps, with a range of 15 to 40 fps. I'm playing in 1280x720. My CPU is 29% better, an Intel mobile Core 2 Duo P8600 2.4 GHz and I have 4 GB of RAM. So your rig is enough ;)