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The Witch and the Hundred Knight - Playstation 3

Platform : PlayStation 3
Rated: Teen
45 customer reviews
Metascore: 53 / 100
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  • Players can choose whether they want to save the innocent or take part in looting and pillaging. On the quest to defeat the Forest Witch and restore peace and stability, be as good and virtuous or brutal and evil as you wish!
  • As players progress through this colorful, accessible isometric action RPG, they'll come across an assortment of NPCs that can react differently to the player based on the decisions and actions taken. Being good or bad has real consequences!
  • From the team responsible for Disgaea (including lead designer Takehito Harada), The Witch and the Hundred Knights is a laugh-out-loud fantasy adventure full of mischievous characters and exciting environments.
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From the makers of the acclaimed Disgaea series comes an action RPG in which being bad can be a good thing! Full of the same dark humor and mischief beloved by hardcore gamers, The Witch and the Hundred Knights tells of two witches locked in a vicious, hundred-year feud. As the Swamp Witch (a self-proclaimed genius), players will command 100 powerful Knights in hopes of finally defeating her long time foe, the Forest Knight. It's time to finally settle the feud, but whether the Knights are good or evil is up to you.

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  • ASIN: B007PNBU0Y
  • Product Dimensions: 8.3 x 5.4 x 0.7 inches ; 4 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: March 25, 2014
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (45 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #9,769 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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42 of 47 people found the following review helpful By Ren on March 26, 2014
I got the game yesterday and this is one of those games in which I'm glad I did not listen to critic reviews.

Yes, this game isn't going to please everyone (and no game will), but if you're a fan of JRPG's, dungeon crawlers, or anything NIS, then this game really does not disappoint.

The tutorial did seem longer than it should have been, but after that, everything has been fun and enjoyable for me.

I like the story, the characters, and the dialogue so far.
I also have a fun killing things as an adorable little cat knight!
I've played the game for 4 hours, and I do not regret my purchase at all.

That being said, this is MY type of game...
So if you had fun playing Disgaea, Z.H.P., anything that's a goofy JRPG... then you will most likely have fun with The Witch and the Hundred Knight.

It really depends on what you, as a gamer, has fun with.

For me, The Witch and the Hundred Knight is a well crafted and fun Dungeon Crawler-esque game.

To each their own!
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Lucifer on April 10, 2014
I'll be brief.
The game starts out somewhat slow due to the tutorial.
It gets better. Give it a chance. It's a long game.

There are remnants of an unfinished NIS game here. Max level is 99. Max weapon level is 99. HP won't go past 1000...but if you look at the status screen, you will see that there was an intent...

The game is still fun. The combat is very fluid, and the story is actually interesting.
Ignore the people complaining about a game referencing rape. Tons of other games have people killing one another. These people think murder is not worthy of discussion.

There is no need to grind. You can play the game on casual mode and obtain every trophy and not lose out on anything but a more difficult game.
Try it.
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18 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Jonathan on April 2, 2014
First, I would like to address the scene in which everyone has been including in their reviews, The scene with the mother is indeed jarring; however, the mother is not actually gang raped by the mice as she flees immediately. This act of brutality seems to define Metallia's initial character early on; however, Nisa clearly stated before the release that the game would be much darker than any of its predecessors. The mother is supposedly cooked by Metallia's completely un-loyal, forest witch supporting butler. The tutorial, while seemingly long, provides a detailed explanation of most of the controls. I was able to breeze past the tutorial in about three minutes by utilizing the auto skip function.

This game utilizes new concepts, while still maintaining the Nisa mechanics of its predecessors. The graphics during exploration are not the best; however, the scenario graphics are artistically intrinsic and rival any of the company's past work. Customers cannot make a value judgment about a singular scene in the first chapter and then denounce the game. Yes the game is graphic and it should have a M rating due to some of the content; however, the battle mechanics are solid, the storyline is intriguing and the characters maintain unique personalities with as of yet undiscovered nuances. While the mouse scene may seem bad, please judge the story and it's characters in the complete context before disowning the game.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By TiamatNM on April 6, 2014
Having completed all 3 endings I would say this is a good game but it is hampered by various issues. The player character Hundred Knight is mute so the story scenes largely revolve around his master Metallia. She is selfish and rude so many players will find her unlikable at first but as you get to know her better throughout the game your opinion may change. The story has an unusual setting and characters so to me at least it felt pretty fresh. It is arguably the game's strong point but I won't go into specifics to avoid spoilers. The game does have some funny comedy parts but it is also quite dark and serious, especially late in the game. The art and music styles should be familiar to anyone who has played titles from NIS before.

The gameplay mostly involves exploring maps as Hundred Knight while defeating enemies and bosses to obtain exp/loot and advance the story. The action RPG combat runs pretty smooth and quick. There is a stamina gauge that is depleted as the player runs, evades, or attacks. Evading an attack at the last moment activates a slow motion mode where enemies move slowly for a few seconds while Hundred Knight is invincible and can move and attack freely. Up to this point the combat is fairly enjoyable and straightforward but the problem comes with the weapon system. The player can equip a weapon in each of 5 weapon slots and these 5 weapons will act as a combo. For example your 5 hit combo could be sword staff hammer spear spear. There are 3 attack types: slash, blunt, and magic. Enemies will often be resistant to one or two types of attack so ideally you would want to set up your combo for the best damage.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Alycen on March 28, 2014
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Man, I have been so sick of NIS' whole little cute / evil thing for a long time so it's nice to find them take a shot at just straight up evil. Gameplay wise it's kinda zelda-ish which is nice b/c the PS3 seems to lack alot of these types of games. It's definitely not for everyone, (and more then likely not for die-hard NIS fans) but it's a good game in my opinion.

EDIT: After playing through the tutorial stages I decided to increase my rating from 4-5. This game gets really fun once it opens up and starts becoming more interactive. I noticed the 1-star reviewers were either grossed-out, too shocked, or just confused about what type of game this was and I would like to state: this game is not for the weak of heart, your protagonist is not a human, and the game really doesn't open up until after you play it for a few hours.
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