The Witch and the Hundred Knight: Revival Edition for PlayStation 4
PS4

The Witch and the Hundred Knight: Revival Edition

Mar 4, 2016
7.57
playscore
Average
1266th of 6137

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About this game

Content Rating: Teen

Summary

Fed up with being unable to travel beyond the borders of her swamp, the witch Metallia forges a contact with the legendary Hundred Knight to help her realizer her ambition of spreading her swamp throughout all of Medea. As the Hundred Knight, destroy Pillars built to prevent her swamp from spreading, and wreak indiscriminate havoc. However, in the back of your inhuman mind, you begin to wonder. What prevents Metallia from leaving the swamp? Why do the other witches shun her, and how can she survive in a swamp that is notorious for how poisonous its fumes are? Is Metallia really a witch to respect, or is she one to fear?

Gamer Reviews

568 Reviews
8.77

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Critic Reviews

10 Reviews
6.38
Samuel GuglielmoMar 25, 2016
The more I played The Witch and the Hundred Knight: Revival Edition, the more I wonder who thought bringing this game back was a good idea. There are plenty of action RPG dungeon crawlers available, and unless you're absolutely desperate for one, I would never suggest picking this one up. Its story is boring, its humor is off, the gameplay isn't much good, and the systems get repetitive fast. Some games should stay dead. The story is horrible, the gameplay is a sea of boring with few bright spots, and there's little worth playing this game for. Though look up the soundtrack on Youtube.
Paulmichael ContrerasMar 02, 2016
This is, however, still the same game that released two years ago, with the same flaws and blemishes as before. If you really wanted the game on the PS3 but missed it, then go ahead and grab this. However, if you already own the PS3 version, then there is little reason to pick it up.
Mike GuarinoMar 03, 2016
While an improvement over the original release, The Witch and the Hundred Knight: Revival Edition still has its problems. The weak story and annoying characters are still front and center, though the Tower of Illusion is a nice new diversion from them. If you're a hardcore Nippon Ichi fan give it a shot, but pretty much everyone else can give it a pass.