Witch & Hero 2
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Developer: FlyHigh Works
Publisher: CIRCLE Entertainment
Witch and Hero II may not fully live up to its potential due to a feeling of repetitiveness and confusing control mechanics but it does boast a rather interesting gameplay and has a certain charm of its own. While the levels could be more varied, the players will have to use elements of strategy and action to get through, which coupled with the game's humorous dialogues will still provide for a pleasant experience.
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A grim example of a sequel that doesn't do enough to improve on the flaws of the original, Witch & Hero 2 mirrors far more than it should without bringing anything truly exciting to the table. Controlling two characters at once is an interesting challenge at first, but the game feels so creatively bankrupt that it becomes difficult to remain focused in anything other than small doses. If it really seems like something you'd enjoy then we could perhaps recommend it as a very simple time waster at a low price, but even in that category there are better options to be found on the eShop.
Witch & Hero 2 has a great formula. Simplicity throughout, understandable mechanics, and a quick, in-and-out gameplay loop. However, the title lacks in nearly every department across the board, with some mechanics standing at odds with one another, and gameplay that doesn't hold up long-term.
Trailer - 3DS eShop - Witch and Hero II