Frevet wrote:I think the problems with games such as Oblivion, Dragon Age etc. are the breaks you have to take due to lack of time. I STILL have the Witcher 2 here, the game is awesome, fantastic, bombastic. I haven't finished it. Why? Because midway through it, I went off for vacations, came back home and couldn't get immersed anymore. I had forgotten half of the storylines, the quest, I had to re-read most of it and doing it all again seemed boring. I WILL finish it one day, like with most games, but I will wait for a timespan when I will have a lot of freetime, vacations for example, or around x-mas.
For me, any game with an indepth story needs to be played either in one piece (aka....80 hours ina row ) or at least regularly. So, I do my best only starting such games when I know I can do this for the next weeks.
Yes... Witcher 1: played it over 60% (I think): took a break, forgot all the quests and such, tried starting a new one, got bored playing the same quests I already played again.
Witcher 2.... exactly the same thing (though I think I only got to 20%).
@ Theoren: Maybe it will change when I get older. But that would be my retirement age, I suppose., since I am already fairly old.