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Witch and Hero 


I should listen to the my dad. He is the wisest person I know. He told me I would not like Witch and Hero. He told me I would regret spending the $3.99 on this game. I don’t remember how much the taxes came to on this downloadable game on the Nintendo 3DS. Now I can’t even sell or trade in my purchase. My dad is so right about physical copies of games being so much better.

In this hand held game a witch and a hero go after Medussa. Talk about being unevenly yoked. Medussa turns the witch into stone, and the hero takes her around the world. He stops every single level to fight off hordes of enemies who want to destroy the statues. Why? Because enemies go around trashing statues in this world I guess. It made no intelligent sense to me either.

Fighting in Witch and Hero is done by running into the enemies. It is safer on your heroes health to hit the enemies from behind. Players can level up their heroes, and the magical attacks of the witch between levels. We can also collect monster blood and give it to the statue we are defending. The witch comes alive for a small amount of time. She launches a magical attack that decimates many of the enemies.

Witch and Hero looks, plays and sounds like an 8-bit video game. Normally I like the retro look and feel. But Witch and Hero falls flat. Maybe because it does not make much sense. Maybe because I had to keep replaying the same levels to earn enough gold to level up. Then and only then was I strong enough to beat that level. Only to run into the same problem in the next level or two levels later. Poor flow to Witch and Hero.

The religious aspects of Witch and Hero is what will trouble many families. Magic and witchcraft is a deep part of this Nintendo 3DS hand held video game. Mindless violence is another issue families will have with Witch and Hero on the 3DS.
- Kid Gamer


Graphics: 55%
Sound: 60%
Replay/Extras: 75%
Gameplay: 50%
Family Friendly Factor: 55%

System: Nintendo 3DS
Publisher: Circle Entertainment
Developer: Circle Entertainment

Rating:  ‘E10+’ - Everyone TEN and OLDER ONLY
{Fantasy Violence, Mild Blood}

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