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The Witch and the Hundred Knight: Revival Edition Now Available in Australia and New Zealand

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witchFollowing the enhanced ports release in both North American and European markets, Nippon Ichi Software America alongside Australian-based distributor Bandai Namco Entertainment Australia have confirmed that The Witch and the Hundred Knight: Revival Edition is now available for purchase digitally and physically in Australia and New Zealand.

Following the game’s original PlayStation 3 release in 2013, this enhanced port includes updates (including hopefully fixing the noticeable bugs) and the ‘Tower of Illustion’. The Tower of Illusion is a new dungeon which can be accessed by offering a weapon, with greater weapons providing greater opportunities to encounter strong enemies and more enticing loot. While you will enter the tower as the Hundred Knight, building “Concentrated Mana” will allow players to summon Metallia for a limited amount of time – who comes with a range of powerful skills befitting her title as a witch. This is the only time players will be able to play as the lead heroine.

About The Witch and the Hundred Knight: Revival Edition

Fed up with being unable to travel beyond the borders of her swamp, the witch Metallia forges a contract with the legendary Hundred Knight to help her realize her ambition of spreading her swamp throughout all of Medea. As the Hundred Knight, your mission is to do whatever your master, the Swamp Witch, commands. Explore the world, destroy Pillars built to prevent her swamp from spreading, and wreak indiscriminate havoc. However, in the back of your inhuman mind, you begin to wonder… What prevents Metallia from leaving the swamp? Why do the other witches shun her, and how can she survive in a swamp that is notorious for how poisonous its fumes are? Is Metallia really a witch to respect, or is she one to fear?

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