Nippon Ichi is an odd developer when you are a Westerner looking in. They have strong tenancies to make games that are always a bit on the wacky side, as was made famous in the Disgaea series. The Witch and the Hundred Knight is certainly no exception to this rule. However, Nippon Ichi is very good at creating interesting characters, and Metallia, the main character in this game, benefits from this specialty. At its core, The Witch and the Hundred Knight is a JRPG through-and-through, but there are traces of dark humor and a sometimes overwhelming crassness surrounding Metallia, that give audiences a difference spin on the superficial elements of the genre. When it comes down to it, if you don’t like JRPGs, you probably won’t like this game. If you like JRPGs, but want something with a little edge, this game is certainly a strong contender.