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Foil Nazi Plans In Nine Witches: Family Disruption

Gaming article by Joseph Allen on Tuesday, November 26, 2019 - 12:30
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Coming To PC And Consoles In 2020

If you think there aren't enough opportunities in gaming to stick it to the Nazis, then you're in luck. Nine Witches: Family Disruption is an occult comedy adventure game all about stopping Nazis in their tracks. It's coming to PC and consoles in 2020.

In Nine Witches: Family Disruption, you play as Professor Alexei Krakovitz, a quadriplegic Russian scientist renowned for his work with the occult. Krakovitz, along with his assistant Akiro Kagasawa, must investigate the rustic Norwegian village of Sundäe, which is currently occupied by a force of Nazi soldiers looking to summon a dark occult force. You'll collect clues, talk to residents, and work to foil this devious Nazi plot. Check out the trailer for Nine Witches: Family Disruption below:

 

As you play Nine Witches, you'll come across more than seventy unique NPCs in Sundäe, each with their own personality and agenda. Collecting clues is crucial; you'll need to talk to characters, examine your environment closely, and piece together the mystery as you go. Crucial to the gameplay is Krakovitz's ability to cross between the worlds of the living and the dead. While you're in the physical world, you can solve puzzles, do battle in the game's side-scrolling combat engine, and explore. The spirit realm allows you to talk to ghosts and piece together Sundäe's history.

Nine Witches: Family Disruption comes to PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch in Q2 2020. We don't have a more specific release date for the game yet. If you want to keep up with it, you can do so via the official Twitter and Facebook pages, as well as the Discord channel. We'll bring you more info on this game as we get it.

Are you looking forward to foiling occult Nazi plots in Nine Witches: Family Disruption? Let us know in the comments below!

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Dark Souls changed my life, and I'm here to spread the good news. I like pretty much all sorts of games, but I judge everything by its proximity to our Lord and saviour, Dark Souls.