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The Witch and the Hundred Knight Revival Japanese Demo Is Now Available

The enhanced edition of The Witch and the Hundred Knight demo is available now on PlayStation 4.

The Witch and the Hundred Knight is an action role-playing game originally for the PS3, and was developed and published by Nippon Ichi Software. The original was first released in 2013, and though it received somewhat mixed reviews, it was praised for its main character in particular. The unconventional story clearly sat well with some players, as the game is now being re-released as an enhanced PS4 port. A demo of the enhanced game is currently available for download on the PlayStation Network, so players can see if they’ll enjoy this new port.

Unfortunately for Western users, the demo is only available on the Japanese PlayStation Network. If you do happen to have an account for the Japanese region, you can download right this minute. The full release will come out on the 25th of September later this year, and while there has been no official announcement for the West, the game has been rated in Germany.

We recently covered other news about this title, which you can check out here. We will keep you updated with more information as it comes out, but we can be quite comfortable in the assumptions of a Western release based on this information.

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