Reviews and Problems with The Witch and the Hundred Knights
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Great game, excellent story, and entertaining combat.
31 May 2015
Summary: I bought this game not knowing what I was getting into. Oh, boy, it was one hell of a trip. Immediately upon starting the game up, I came to love the voiced dialogue and the premise of the game. You see, in this game, you are actually just a minion for the Swamp Witch, Metallia.
Summary: The storyline is fine with it's take of playing on what is like being on the villains side being a fresh air. I enjoyed the storyline completely but an RPG isn't just a story it also has to have it's gameplay function. That's where it trickles down to cataclysmal levels.
Summary: Others have put more time and effort into their reviews, I just wanted to say I loved this game, it was fun to play, and I almost never touched it due to bad reviews. If you like NIS games in general, this is a fantastic game.
Summary: I generally love all games that NIS America localizes, but this game had some issues. While I thought the story was fun, the gameplay gets very repetitive very quickly, and while you build combos by equipping different weapons, they all kind of feel similar.
Summary: Despite the sketchy initial chapter, which seemed to everyone's main complaint is, if you get passed that AND get into the story presented here, this has to be one of the best Nippon Ichi games that rival the first Disgaea title in story.
I love NIS games -- this one is kinda weak-sauce in ...
3 February 2015
Summary: I love NIS games -- this one is kinda weak-sauce in a lot of ways, but, ultimately, it is a niche game that (while far from perfect) offers some really funny dialogue, an interesting playstyle, and a a solid playthrough of real fun.