Yes, most people who care to play The Witcher 2 probably have The Witcher 2 by now, especially since the game regularly dips to sub-$5 prices during sales. That said, if you haven’t had the opportunity to play this gritty fantasy RPG yet, now’s the perfect time to do so, with the open-world The Witcher 3 slated to launch in February.
The Witcher 2: Assassin of King’s world-building and political intrigue is second to none. One momentous decision at the end of the first chapter of the game dramatically changes the story, barring you from entire scenes and storylines, meaning this game is all but begging to be to be played at least twice. Since each playthrough lasts around 30 hours, the game’s $4 asking price amounts to around 7 cents per hour of fun if you indeed play it twice. You can’t find worthwhile entertainment going for much less than that.