You are The Hundred Knight, a mystical and extremely powerful demon. Summoned by the Swamp Witch Metalia, you are tasked by her to do her evil bidding as she endeavors to achieve her ultimate goal. She wants to engulf her world of Madea, with the “blessed” swamp that she loves so much; stomping on any adversary that gets in her path, especially her long-time rival Malia.
During the actual hands-on segments of The Witch & The Hundred Knight, I couldn’t help to be drawn to a world full of adventure and awe. Worlds are full of unique and animated colours that breathe life into each tree, shrub, lake or house and are sure to please your eyes immensely. Enemies are exactly the same coming in a variety of shapes and sizes, yet sparing no detail to make them distinct from the vibrant world already established.
Throughout the adventure a soothingly mystical soundtrack accompanies you. As a highly strung orchestra delivers an upbeat experience and beautifully harmonic voices that goes hand in hand with the game. All the above points are based on the actual physical player’s gameplay, which I cannot fault. It is where the player loses control and becomes a viewer that the game goes south, very quickly.