Parents' Guide to

The Witch and the Hundred Knight

By Marc Saltzman, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 14+

Lackluster action RPG has potentially offensive content.

Game PlayStation 3 2014
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Gamers who like quirky Japanese RPGs such as Disgaea might enjoy the gameplay, graphics, and atmosphere of NIS America's The Witch and the Hundred Knight. The gameplay is accessible, lighthearted, and expansive, but it really doesn't break any new ground for the genre. Plus, combat gets repetitive after a while, and the dialogue sequences border on silly and offensive. The developer didn't try to make the story understandable to those unfamiliar with its brand of humor, which could alienate some players from even trying the game. And, although there are many areas to explore, there isn't any replayability after you finish the single-player adventure. This game might be best picked up at a discount in the bargain bins.

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