Back in January, we reviewed the action role-playing game The Witch and the Hundred Knight for the PlayStation 3, a title developed by Nippon Ichi and published by NIS America.
The Witch and the Hundred Knight left our reviewer in awe of its audacity while still somehow retaining a teen rating. For those who never picked it up, or simply lamented that it was not available on next gen systems, there is some good news: NIS America has just announced that The Witch and the Hundred Knight: Revival Edition for the PlayStation 4 will be released in North America on March 1st of 2015. This updated re-release comes complete with new areas, enhanced graphics, and new features.
The Tower of Illusion is a nifty way to challenge yourself and gain some sick loot! To enter it, you’ll have to sacrifice a weapon — the stronger the weapon, the more powerful your foes and the better the loot! It’s almost like you’re battling the weapon you sacrificed… Give up a little stick, and it’ll be easy-peasy, but give up a legendary Spear of Sins with some super strong catalyst upgrades, and you might find yourself a touch outclassed. But that’s the fun of a challenge, right?
Those catalysts I mentioned are new, too. In the Tower of Illusion, you’ll be able to gather catalysts like the Concentrated Mana Pearl, which you can combine in the new Alchemy system to boost the stats of your favorite equipment! You can only use a limited number of catalysts on each item though, so be sure to pick the right ones for your playstyle.
The Witch and the Hundred Knight: Revival Edition will be available for $39.99 once it goes on sale, which is quite a bargain for a PlayStation 4 title. For those who haven’t played the game and are curious about it, you can find out more about the original release of The Witch and the Hundred Knight by reading our review here.
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