In the 8-bit era, when games were very small (like tens of KB instead of tens of GB like today), it was a common practice to sell them on cassettes. Of course, similar sized data encoded as audio can also be broadcast over radio, it is just not something developers or publishers would want if they did not intend the game to be given away for free.TheShift;n9646941 said:and I have NEVER heard of games being able to be Broad cast over the radio air waves and recorded
A friend recommended it to me (along with some other games), few weeks later free Enhanced Edition upgrade came out and scored 97/100 in Serbian computer magazine I read, checking out Kear Morhen prologue section on YT finally sealed the deal.Riven-Twain;n9651961 said:A Question: For those who have played CDPR's original The Witcher, how did you first hear about it, or even find it
1. atmosphere, soundtrack and unmistakable Slavic "feel"Riven-Twain;n9651961 said:what do you remember most about the game?
It was half a year after its release. I was browsing some RPG forum and saw a thread about The Witcher. I looked in and gamers there were discussing whom they ploughed in the game and were posting pictures. Americans were complaining about censorship. So, my initial thought was that some unknown Polish devs developed a new "Leisure Suite Larry" game and was not in a rush to get it but then there was one post that took my attention. It stated "C'mon, even if you remove all sex from this game it's still the best RPG since Fallout 2", and some people somewhat agreed to that statement, then there was a statement that some people cannot make a decision helping smugglers or not because it's impossible to see an immediate consequence. I decided to give it a try. In any case, my expectations were very low and I was pleasantly surprised by its content.Riven-Twain;n9651961 said:A Question: For those who have played CDPR's original The Witcher, how did you first hear about it, or even find it, and what do you remember most about the game?
Riven-Twain;n9651961 said:Episode II: Remembering The Witcher 1 & 2
A Question: For those who have played CDPR's original The Witcher, how did you first hear about it, or even find it, and what do you remember most about the game?
Quite so. I found the area of the Outskirts, with their fields, inn, village, and the riverside of Wyzima especially engaging. Being the second location Geralt encounters, this place drew me into the world rather effectively.dmcaldw;n9663331 said:The most memorable moment for the Witcher wasn't actually a moment so much as how fast the environment and atmosphere sucked you in .