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Submitted by doom012 362d ago | review

The Witch and the Hundred Knight Review - Glitch Cat

Glitch Cat - The Witch and the Hundred Knight’s few strengths lie in its combat, which sometimes tends to outweigh the repetitive exploration and abhorrent storyline. But it’ll take so much in-game time to flesh out these systems, that most players will lose heart before ever reaching it. Normally, a game like this would be carried by its story, but if you make it past that first offensive scene, know that there are more like that in store for you, and it’s just not worth seeing this game to its end. (PS3, The Witch and the Hundred Knight) 4.5/10

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