Summary: This game is only for people that enjoy the genre. That about sums it up. If you hate these kinds of games, you won't like it. If you do, you'll either think it's average or love it. I must say that I'm with the latter, as I really enjoyed this game! It has it's instant flaws like no local co-op and 5 characters that aren't very different by moveset. However, the levels are HUGE and really fun to play through.
Summary: It was much more challenging than I thought! The game is a lot of fun. There are also some other elements to the game that make it much more than just hack and slash. For example, you can choose the armies that you can bring to the battle, and you can also equip items that are dropped in the battlefield to upgrade your character.
Summary: I fail to understand why this game is hated by so many. Sure, there were very frustrating boss fights and parts of the game in general, but I thought this was a MUCH better improvement over N31. Better combat and it just felt a lot better to play with the smooth controls. Enjoyed it a lot, and would recommend checking it out before you decide if it's a good or bad game.
Summary: It started good, but the voices and acting was poorly done. The game became very repetitive and my hand started to hurt after hitting the same button over and over. The story was interesting and the idea of playing multiple characters was fun. I felt like the levels needed to be designed better, it kinds looked like they just slapped it on without thinking. I would recommend this game if you have nothing better to do.
Summary: i really enjoyed the game, if the reviews arent good at all who cares the game is beautiffly designed. the execution of the characters movements is strikingly impressive. this game might be annoyingly difficult but i love this game and i bought the second one and it was just as good and the story and graphics just as better. im sticking with this game and not Black Ops or Modern Warefare too violent.
Summary: If the creators of Ninety-Nine Nights spent half as much energy on creating a full game with a decent story, as they did on making sure they could stuff hundreds of people on a field, then this game might have been great. As it stands, this game is just OVERFLOWING with mistakes, problems and horrible decisions.
Summary: Ninety-Nine Nights (or N3) is a hack and slash game that bears a lot of resemblence to games like Dynasty Warriors, (and all of those other DW-style games Koei put out). You slice your way through hordes of goblins in several missions, often killing over 1K goblins per level. What sets this game apart from the rest of the sub-genre is how many AI-controlled people can be onscreen at once.