Witcher 2: Enhanced Edition Amazon copies signed by dev team

Every single copy scribbled on.

Amazon's entire stock of The Witcher 2: Enhanced Edition for Xbox 360 has been hand-signed by the development team.

Every copy available at launch has recieved a signature from someone at developer CD Projekt. How many is that? Thousands, said publisher Namco Bandai. Their poor hands!

Orders made after the launch allocation runs out won't recieve a signed copy. RSI is a painful thing.

The Witcher 2: Enhanced Edition brings the well-received PC role-player to the Xbox 360 with extra story content, as well as updates made available for the PC edition thus far.

"There's simply no competitor that can touch it in terms of poise, characterisation and storytelling," Quintin Smith wrote in Eurogamer's The Witcher 2 PC review, "or the way in which it treats you not as a player - someone to be pandered to and pleased - but as an adult, free to make your own mistakes and suffer a plot in which not everyone gets what they deserve."

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