Light at the end of the tunnel, fellow Disgaea fan club members. Dengeki, as reported by Andriasang, has word that Nippon Ichi’s new PlayStation 3 RPG, The Witch and the Hundred Soldiers, has been firmly dated for Japanese release on June 28. Players take on the role of the titular witch, commanding an army of undead knights, and can equip up to five weapons from a choice of ten different types, while exploring an open world. It sounds ideal. Let’s have it in English please, NIS America.
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The Witch And The Hundred Soldiers
Screenshots for Nippon Ichi’s lovely PS3 RPG, The Witch and the Hundred Soldiers, have been posted over on Andriasang. The game, which puts you in the shoes of a witch commanding an army of undead knights, will be released in Japan on June 28. Still no word on an western releases, but we’ve still got […]
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