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.
As I wade through the dark and depressing world of The Last of Us, I slowly fill with a sort of gloomy despair — a despair that can only be countered by anime frivolity and quick-time eating, courtesy of Nippon Ichi's The Witch and The Hundred Knights for the PlayStation 3.
NIS America will bring three new anime-filled Japanese role-playing games to the PlayStation 3 this year, it said today.