Excerpt: The world is once again in a dire situation, but the heroes of Ninety-Nine Nights II are on the job. The plot of your adventure tends to evolve dependent on which character is active, but the main crux is that the Lord of the Night is on a rampage.
Conclusion: If you need a break from a game that requires a ton of thought to play and just want to mellow out it is a perfect game. It was actually my break game while working on Lost Planet 2 multiplayer achievements.
Excerpt: Flotilla, from Blendo Games, is a true geek-gasm. If you want to experience real armchair strategist space combat, with time to mull over your moves with a hot cup of tea, whilst gentle classical music plays in the background, then this game is for you.
Excerpt: When emo kids are left to design characters of games they will all end up like the people in Ninety Nine Nights 2, known as N3II from here on. These guys take themselves way too seriously and end up being such a cliché that it detracts from the game.
Summary: " Ninety-Nine-Nights II " (N3 II) starts of great, with a fun, atmospheric level that takes around 10 minutes to complete. 5 hours later, when you’re slogging through the same 3 enemy types, linear levels that take a minimum of 30 minutes to plough through, and suffering from backwards...
Conclusion: Massive grind to nothingness. You’ll be taken back how quickly this game outstays its welcome, which may actually happen in under a minute. The game is functional and the enemy count is nice but it’s not fun and there is no variety. It’s like playing a Playstation 1 title in high-definition.
Excerpt: The armies of darkness approach, and the end of days is near. As a valiant warrior, you must rise against the forces of evil in Ninety-Nine Nights II, the second installment in Konami's hack-and-slash series.