|QUOTE (iNero @ Friday, Jun 7 2013, 20:50)|
|QUOTE (Ronmar The Only @ Saturday, Jun 8 2013, 02:40)|
|QUOTE (iNero @ Friday, Jun 7 2013, 20:30)|
| did Witcher 2 had mini games and activities? or was it really just the story? |
It had a boxing/brawling minigame along with a dice gambling game. I don't know what you are meaning by activities necessarily.
we are on a GTA Forum. Actually you should now why activities mean
I mean stuff like hunting, assassin missions and so on.
It is an RPG, killing things and taking materials off them comes with the territory. Witcher games have had a fairly deep yet basic crafting/alchemy system for a while.
Assassin missions are quests, not activities. Witcher 2 did not really have straight kill this person quests per se, there were generally multiple options: (1) kill this person, (2) figure out what is wrong with the person, (3) kill the person anyways, (4) refuse to continue the quest, etc.
You also can buy books to read (not necessarily as long as the books in Elder Scrolls games can be), and the in-game journel is written in character by Geralt's friend and poet, which makes for a great read. It keeps track of virtually every decision you make and adds excellent color commentary.