Ashina: The Red Witch Reviews
A fun supernatural adventure into the world of the dead
Ashina: The Red Witch comes to expand on a story told in other games, but it works on its own as a supernatural mystery tale that, even without being especially striking, can please those who like Japanese folklore. The gameplay is kept to a minimum of finding and delivering items and its simplicity disrupts the pace at times when the player would rather continue the story instead of making trades that don't seem relevant. Recommended for anyone who wants a playfully dark tale in retro game form and for those who enjoyed My Big Sister and Red Bow.
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If you think an adventure through the spirit world, complete with the unusual characters you’d expect along the way, this will work
While it’s short, Ashina The Red Witch has bags of story, well-developed characters, beautiful pixel art, and some great tunes on its soundtrack. As the dots connect and the pennies drop there’s a rewarding payoff for those who have played previous Stranga Games titles. This is a must-play for any fans of My Big Sister and Red Bow.