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The Witch And The Hundred Knight

The Witch And The Hundred Knight

The Witch And The Hundred Knight

The Witch and The Hundred Knight is a 2013 action role-playing video game that is being developed by Nippon Ichi Software exclusively for the PlayStation 3. It was originally scheduled for release in Japan on June 28, 2012, but was later pushed back to an indefinite 2013 release date. It was released on July 25, 2013. The game is scheduled for release in Europe on March 21, 2014, and in North America on March 25, 2014.

There is both a regular and limited edition version of the game. The limited edition comes with a 44-page hardcover visual book, a Metallica Nendoroid Petit figurine, and the game’s soundtrack on two discs.

The Witch And The Hundred Knight Plot

Deep within the forest, there live two witches: the beautiful marsh witch and the ugly forest witch. The two are engaged in a deadly war for supremacy. One day, the beautiful marsh witch encounters the legendary "hundred knights", whom she then used magic to summon into battle, in hope of gaining the upper hand against her rival.

The Witch And The Hundred Knight Gameplay

The game is stage-based. However, once cleared, the player can always come back to revisit and find paths to new stages. The base of operations will be Metallica's house. Once left, the player will be able to explore a massive open-world. However, the player can't return until a save point is reached. There won't be a "game over" even if the player is slain, since the character in control is an undead, however, any item that the player has been collecting up until that point will be lost. The player can also visit towns to accept quests from the residents. Alternatively, the player can also refuse requests, and even able to attack residents of the town, although doing so will antagonize them. The world residents have tribe-level parameters, and depend on the treatment they received, some might even regard to the player as an enemy.

It is possible to expand the playable area by clearing the darkness from places that were engulfed in it. The task, however, will require a considerable amount of GIGAcal. GIGAcal is a mean to replenishing Metallica's magic power, usually gained by eating. Since Metallica's magic will be gradually depleted through summoning the "hundred knights", absorbing GIGAcal will be a frequent practice for the player.

The game is played from a top-down perspective and battles will be fought in hack-and-slash style. The player will eventually face off against giant bosses, and will have to make use of a variety of special attacks, some which are associated with particular knights. The player will be able to summon the other 99 knights for a brief period of time. It is crucial that the player makes use of the remaining knights.

The player will also be able to collect and synthesize items.

The main story of the game will take an average amount of 30 hours to complete, although additional quests and other gameplay features will also take a considerable amount of time to clear, thus further lengthening the time it would take to fully complete the game.

The game will feature a lot of bloody scenes, and the game's visual expression will also be very dark. Nippon Ichi Software did, however, confirm that they won't be going too overboard with it.

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