The Witch and the Hundred Knights, Mugen Souls, Legasista headed stateside

Localizations begin in August with Legasista.

NIS America announced at its spring 2012 premiere event tonight that it’s bringing The Witch and the Hundred Knights, Mugen Souls, and Legasista stateside.

The Witch and the Hundred Knights will be released exclusively for PlayStation 3 in Q1 2013 for North America and Europe. An action RPG, it will allow players to “save the innocent or take part in the ransacking” in a battle between two powerful witches, which has been ongoing for over a hundred years. Visit its official website here.

Mugen Souls is due for PlayStation 3 in fall this year, and will allow players to explore a small galaxy of seven worlds, each filled with expansive lands, free-roaming style battle maps, moe kill techniques, and character customizaton. Due to the “sensitive nature” of some conent, NIS America has edited certain aspects of the title from its original Japanese release. Visit its official website here.

Legasista, System Prisma’s first PlayStation 3 RPG, will be released for PlayStation Network this August. The game is a dugneon crawler survival action RPG including randomly-generated dungeons, personalities, and character customization. Visit its official website here. Watch the debut English trailer here.

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