Swords, violence, monsters, chains and tiny metallic bikinis were the ingredients of Witches, a game that the Madrid studio Revison prepared for PS3, 360, Wii and PC, and that did not get to be edited. Now a video recently published by the NeoGamer channel on YouTube retrieves different promotional materials of the game, which allow us to get an idea of how this title was played by exuberant warriors.
The proposal of this title was based on action and adventure, with a strong tactical component in the fighting system. The plot revolved around a convulsive world of fantastic medieval court, in which several heroes had to fight against the hordes of evil, which is not exactly the most original approach to video games.
Their responsible studio, Revistronic, was a game development company located in Madrid, which remained active from 1995 to 2011, the year in which it closed its doors while Witcher, who also could be seen on different occasions under the name of production Eternal Light, was still in development.