So, Witcher 1 was my introduction to the series. I played it back in the day, and played Witcher 2 on PC when it came out last year. 99% of what I know about the lore of the Witcher universe comes from the games.
So, I am just baffled about the way they handled Yennefer, who is supposed to be the love of Geralt's life.
No mention of her name at all in the first game, then, in the second game, we start learning about her through flashbacks, but in the first Chapter, the game gives you the opportunity to profess your love for Triss and I don't know why you wouldn't.
As a character, I got somewhat attached to Triss, considering you can bang her in the first 30 minutes of the first game, and you see her buck naked in the first 5 minutes of the second game. Not only is she a hot red-headed sex kitten, but she's also got a fun personality.
I guess what I'm trying to say is that if Yennefer and Geralt were like soulmates in the books, then why have the two games pushed me towards Triss? I have absolutely no connection to Yennefer, and even when the second game tells you who she was, you're basically taking it on faith that this is somebody Geralt should give a shit about. The Clone Wars-style cartoon flashbacks are cool, but they really didn't impress upon me the relationship that Yennefer and Geralt had (that I learned about from reading the Witcher wikia).