RPG BOMB: NIS America announces three new titles for PS3 - destructoid

RPG BOMB: NIS America announces three new titles for PS3

12:00 PM on 03.30.2012

Dale North

Former Dtoid EIC


NIS America hits us with three PlayStation 3-exclusive title announcements today:

  • The Witch and the Hundred Knights (early 2013) - A very pretty Nippon Ichi action-RPG that lets you command 100 knights. 
  • Mugen Souls (Fall 2012) - A strategy RPG with a free-roaming battle map and turn-based fights from Compile Heart. It's "Moe Kill" technique turns enemies into items.
  • Legasista (Summer 2012) - This dungeon crawler RPG features randomly generated rooms and items, and lets you import images to create characters. 

All three games have new teaser sites for you to check out, each with either screenshots or trailers. 

See anything you like? I'm most interested in The Witch and the Hundred Knights, but the fights in Mugen Souls look nuts, and I'm also looking forward to importing corgis in Legasista




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