President Obama Recieves ‘The Witcher 2’ From Poland
When the leader of another country comes to stay, it is customary to present them with some kind of gift to commemorate the visit, but I’m willing to bet that gift doesn’t usually come in the form of a videogame.
On President Barrack Obama’s recent visit to Poland, he was presented with a The Witcher 2 gift package which contained a copy of the videogame aswell as several other collectible to accompany it. The game is developed by renowned Polish developer CD Projekt.
The President obviously hasn’t had the chance to get his hands on the game yet but considering he’s a science fiction and fantasy lover and the game’s theme being based on those lines, with the protagonist’s role being played by a mutant named Geralt, who’s there to solve the problems of the human kind, it won’t be surprising if he gets to it as soon as he reaches home.
We recently reviewed The Witcher 2, giving it a full five stars, so definitely recommend that Obama gives it a try – running a country can’t take up that much of his time, so surely he can fit in a 30hour+ RPG somewhere!