The Witcher 2 Giveaway: One Sentence Review Challenge

In cooperation with GOG.com and CD Projekt RED, TPG is offering three (3) GOG.com codes for The Witcher 2.  The challenge that awaits you is to come up with a one-sentence review that encompasses the story, gameplay, atmosphere and lore within The Witcher 2.  If you already have a copy of The Witcher 2, this would be a perfect time to acquire another to give as a gift for the upcoming holiday season.

The Rules:

  • No Profanity
  • One entry, per person, per e-mail address, per IP
  • 48 Hours Only
  • Post your first name and last initial
  • Post a one-sentence review for The Witcher 2
  • No grammatical anomalies which would allow for longer sentences

TPG team members will select winners based on the most entertaining and creative reviews.  In order to claim your prize, you must create a free GOG.com account.  You can do so by visiting this link, clicking “Account Login” in the upper right hand area of the page and selecting “Sign-up for GOG.com.”  Winners will be sent a link where they can input a code for The Witcher 2 via e-mail after the contest has expired.

This contest has ended.  Thanks to everyone who participated.  The winners are Efe C, Gregory Horvath and Mateusz F. 

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22 thoughts on “The Witcher 2 Giveaway: One Sentence Review Challenge

  1. This post doesn’t say how to enter, so I assume it is by comment. Also I have to note that the contest is asking me to review a game I have not played in order to win it. With that in mind, my entry:

    “An enjoyable tale of peril, adventure, justice, sex and violence, I suspect.”

    • I can see where you are coming from in not knowing about the game, but having to write a review for it. My thinking was to come up with something other than “Like us on Facebook” or “Follow us on Twitter”. Plus, we have done others like this in the past and we had some good feedback from them.

  2. “A huge, dark, astonishing RPG sculpted in the old way, for those that truly appreciate what an RPG really is”

    Carlos P.

    In the fifth book already, and then finally I can play this and the first one, since a couple of friends told me that the games will spoil the books for you. Can’t wait!

  3. There is order and chaos in this game, good and evil, ease and difficulty, beauty and ugliness, but those elements are perfectly balanced, and you can control them, you must learn to controll them, and the game will pay back to you in a great way.

  4. The greatest “true” CRPG developed by the only developer that hasn’t left PC community behind since the next-gen consoles were invented.

  5. “In shadows cast by traitorous monsters in human flesh, unbury memories hidden within murky past, and among ruins of lost shattered life discover things worth fighting for.”

    I really appreciate an opportunity to win something, but reviewing a game I haven’t played and that at the same time is a reward is weird and tricky. ;>

      • I totally agree about it. Following on Twitter or Liking on Facebook isn’t very demanding or creative. What I wanted to point out was this little contradiction in writing about something that I haven’t seen before. 😉

        Nonetheless thank you for the contest!

  6. Weave the faith of the Whiite Wolf, use your swords, potions and lightning fast reflexes to slay monsters, impress ladies and remain neutral on your way as you unwillingly become the Prophet of the Wild Hunt walking the Northern Kingdoms again.

    Regards
    Horvath, Gregory

  7. Lou M – CD Projekt RED creates epic Fantasy RPG of the Year; where The White Wolf has sex, drinks potions, has Sex, fights evil, has sex, saves the world, has sex; you get the point.

  8. Witcher 2 is a game that makes you think long and hard about who to kill, who to help, and who to f**k, in a beautifully crafted fantasy world oozing with atmosphere.

    Pavel S.

    PS: I already own both GOG and CE version (so I would gift it to my friend). This is my GOTY ! :-).

  9. Like others, I’ve yet to play it (currently playing The Witcher 1) and I’ve yet to read much about the game, since I don’t want to spoil The Witcher 1, so this is my review based on what I suspect will be in the The Witcher 2:

    “A world filled with sword-fights, vicious monsters, intrigue, sorcery and alchemy, semi-naked maidens, and now with less sex cards, but more raunchy R-rated sex!”

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