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Submitted by Wiiloveit 713d ago | review

Witch & Hero Review | Wiiloveit

"Paying tribute is often viewed as a noble gesture in the world of gaming, but only when it's done with the sincerest of motives, either to help a modern cause or to prompt a resurgence in a particular play style. When done transparently, it can come across as a hopeless gimmick, designed to distract or elevate a barebones system above its actual worth. And as I look at Witch & Hero, I fear its direction put itself at a grave disadvantage for these very reasons." -- Wiiloveit.com (3DS, Witch & Hero) 53/100

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