|2D Action Shooter; 3DS eShop; Flying High; 2014|
|Just like the Mega Man Stage Select screen, except with more adorable.|
The story isn't much to write home about, it's solid enough to carry the game through to the end, but despite that there is a lot of care given to it. Each boss not only has a reason to be in the game (even if some are rather flimsy) and they are all given voice actors and complete pre-battle dialogue scenes (though a lack of post-battle dialogue does make it hard to determine if you are actually getting anywhere... or if you are actually KILLING your opponents). And while the localization isn't as bad as it was with Demon King Box, there are a few spelling errors, grammar issues, and the fact that for more lengthy dialogue the font decreases in size to fit it all within a single dialogue box. Overall, it's okay for what it is.
|How does a Fire Breathing Snowman work?|
|Oddly enough, most bosses just stand in that spot throughout the entire fight.|
The Legend of Dark Witch is an interesting little game. It takes concepts from two very different yet popular games, and for better or for worse seamlessly mixes the two together while still creating something uniquely it's own. It's not flawless by any means, but it has more going for it than it has detracting from it. Also, it has two playable characters. And it's only $4. That's pretty good price for a Mega Man clone of this quality. The Legend of Dark Witch comes recommended.
Until Next Time.