The Witch and the Hundred Knight lands in the West next March. Per the company's announcement, Nippon Ichi Software's quirky monster-devouring hack n' slash game is hitting European PS3s on March 21, and North American ones four days later, on the 25th. You can read our impressions on the Japanese version here.
Summoned by the swamp witch Metallica to take down her witchy foes, you take control of the Hundred Knight and hack n' slash your way across the land. If that sounds like fun, great. It is. But that's not to say there aren't more than a few flaws in The Witch and the Hundred Knight.
The Witch and The Hundred Knight is a throw-back to the times when top-down action-adventure games ruled the world with fast and frantic hack n’ slash battles.
The Witch and The Hundred Knight presents a world filled with monsters, knights, ghosts, animal people, and, of course, witches. What’s amazing is that you’d probably be able to guess that just by listening to a few bars of the soundtrack.