Summary: I thought there was co-op campaign for this game but instead it's something else. The game have horrible checkpoints, so after you kill ton of enemies or bosses then watch a cutscenes that takes you almost 15min and if you die you have to do that all over again. It's very annoying and gameplay is not that fun it's boring after you play for the first hour or two.
Summary: I'm officially done trying to make this a good game. I tried so hard to like it, the first game was great, this one just sucks. I kept trying to play the second level, which by the way is way too long, and the fights were just riddled with cheap hits and cheesy attacks. The orb move, consider it pretty much useless, it barely kills any of the enemies and you're stuck to you basic attack anyways.
Summary: The overall game is alright, if you put the game on mute. The voice acting sounds like the designers hired a cast of pre-teens to voice the characters. Game play is a typical hack and slash, run around and attack hords of enemies. Do not buy this game unless the one you buy can be dubbed in Japanese.
Ninety Nine problems and gameplay are all of them.
Julian Kennedy, Amazon
4 August 2010
Summary: N3II: Ninety-Nine Nights is a Dynasty Warriors spin-off. Dynasty Warriors has developed a very poor reputation over the last few years. Notice I didn't use any modifiers in that last sentence such as undeserved or unfair. Truth is Dynasty Warriors has a well deserved poor reputation. N3II does nothing to improve that. How bad is N3II? Try Dynasty Warriors: Gundam 2 bad. First of all, there is your primary "foe" the mooks.
Summary: This game really just seems like a mix of Diablo and the worst hack and slash game ever. You fight wave after wave of enemies and have to run everywhere which takes forever. The only good feature is the controls and the versatility of the characters. every character has different attacks. They all have completely different fighting styles and have different strengths and weakness'.
Summary: Ninety-Nine Nights is a similar look towards Diablo. The game is hack and slash, and that's really about it.The game's storyline is somewhat lame. There really is no story at all. Just little cutscenes showing people talking, and even then, the voice acting is very poor. The sounds are all the same, and the thing you hear most of all throughout the entire game, is UGH UGH UGH, the sound of 30+ enemies getting hit by you.Next there is the gameplay.