Conclusion: Prettiness simply can't save N3II: Ninety-Nine Nights from its flaws. Not enough power-ups, too many repetitive enemies, uneven skills scale and unfair boss battles really hurt this game severely. While it was neat seeing some intense hack and slash battling with a tad bit of RPG taste in leveling, there's just too much to become frustrated by to 'want' to continue the game.
Excerpt: You are thrust into a world that has been torn apart by a clash between the armies of Light and Dark. This world was originally united by ‘The Orb’, which was somehow shattered into two shards, one being Light, one being Dark. The world is now divided and there is much tension and conflict amidst people. You guide each character (one at a time) through their destined path while fighting hordes of enemies. What is each character’s destiny, you may wonder?
Conclusion: Ninety-Nine Nights did break new grounds with certain things, but it does share a lot of the same things that are in every other Hack n Slash game. If you want a good Hack n Slash game then I do recommended Ninety-Nine Nights. I enjoyed this game for a good bit and on some rare occasions I do put it on, mainly to see if I can finally beat that one stage to each my two final achievement points.
Excerpt: Rather than facing off against a few opponents at once, you must fight hordes of enemies. So instead of mastering your arsenal of moves to do the most damage quickly, you master your ability to kill several enemies at once. N3 brings the level of destruction up to ridiculous levels with the ability to do combo attacks with thousands of hits and kill literally hundreds of enemies in less than a minute.