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Andrew Barker
The Witch and the Hundred Knight Dated For North America, Europe
Nice to know we can always count on NISA.
12.11.13 - 6:04 PM

NIS America have announced that PS3 RPG The Witch and the Hundred Knight will get a release on PlayStation 3 consoles in the West in March of 2014.

The game follows the swamp witch Metallia and her ambition to spread her swamps across the world. Unable to leave the area surrounding her home, she enlists the help of the Hundred Knight who sets out to do her bidding and destroy magical pillars that have, until now, held her swamps back. The game features an action-focused combat system where you can equip up to five different weapons at once, slow down time to dodge attacks, and swap between "facets" to overcome different challenges.

For more information, take a look at some of our previous news article here and here.

The Witch and the Hundred Knight will be released on March 21st in Europe, and March 25th in North America. It will be released in both physical and digital forms and both English and Japanese voices will be available. NISA's own online store has a limited edition available for $74.99, which includes a 2-disc soundtrack, hardcover artbook, a reversible cover for the game, and a petite Nendoroid of Metallia.


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