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I played about thirty minutes of this...wondered why people liked it...never turned it on again.

True story.
post #12 of 13
Once you get to Chapter 2 at least, you can decide if you love.hate the game. I do believe the game gets better and story is what is keeping me playing it, combat is a little meh. I do have Witcher 2, but I need a feel of lore and story before tackling the sequel.
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Did anyone else think the Reverend looked really weird?

His mouth and beard look fake, like a plastic attachment glued to his face.Lol, another weird quirk.

It is alot like Fallout 3, but i think that game has more convincing faces and lip movement/syncing.
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