The lights are on
After releasing a number of very short gameplay clips over the past few months, NIS America has released a true, full trailer for The Witch and the Hundred Knight.
The trailer goes through some of the game's mechanics, gameplay, and story all narrated by two of the game's characters. It even explains the context of the world and the characters within it.
The Witch and the Hundred Knight is coming to PlayStation 3 in both retail and digital download forms on March 25. For more on the game head here.
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Looks like a good way to waste some time. I really like the art style and the combat looks pretty fun as well.
This probably won't be my GOTY, but I'm going to pick this up anyway. It seems fun enough.
had it preordered months ago, looking forward to it.
Actually turned me off of buying it. Yeesh.
Never really got into playing a RPGs but this will be my 1st!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I'm going to get this game, but I'm excited for next week of Tuesday!
Gcal sounds interesting though.
I read an English review of the Japanese release and I'm definitely getting this. I like dungeon crawlers and visual aesthetics hardly ever put me off (child of the 8-bit gen here) plus the music sounds great. March can't get here soon enough.
It's been so long since this was announced, I hope it will be good. I'm excited for it.
Seems to be a roguelike with real-time combat. I like the character designs and it seems the gameplay might have some depth to it.
This game actually looks really fun. Glad to finally see a real trailer for it. This is a definite pick up for me.
I so want to play this...
This looks like it would be perfect on the 3DS/Vita, but I'm curious... Might just pick it up.
The more I see about this game, the more I want to pre-order it. My budget is tight, but perhaps I can squeeze out enough cash to get it for the PS3. Looks like fun and should be a blast to play, judging by the reviews I have seen and the videos that I have watched.