N3II: Ninety-Nine Nights Latest News - Xbox 360

Game Description:Set on a ravaged world, N3II: Ninety-Nine Nights invites the player to take on all comers in a series of spectacular battles. Players can enjoy the story from five different perspectives - including humans, elves and goblins - and are pitted against wave after wave of adversaries in the ultimate 'last man standing' free-for-all. Each of the species is given a specific back story which unfolds as the game progresses, while the various races also bring unique skills and abilities to the battle field. At its heart, N3II: Ninety-Nine Nights is a vast combat title, with hundreds of enemy creatures on screen simultaneously. As the camera picks over the action, the player can use a wealth of easily-effected combo attacks to carve a path through the enemy, and also use whatever weapons and items come to hand. At the end of each skirmish, players will then face a 'Titanic Boss Battle' against the champion of their current adversary, with players forced to move quickly and locate the well hidden weak spots of these seemingly unstoppable behemoths. N3II: Ninety-Nine Nights also has a stunning two-player co-op online mode, wherein players team up against the oncoming hordes, working together to expand their combo range to take out more enemy assailants at once. This two-player mode features online ranking boards detailing the most effective pairings across the globe.
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N3II: Ninety-Nine Nights News

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  • Review: N3II: Ninety-Nine Nights "For the Hardcore Only"

    Just in case you haven't seen the recent Konami E3 Press Conference, one of the highlights was N3II: Ninety-Nine Nights producer Tak Fujii's unbelievable speech. Well, the one million troops are here, as N3II has hit store shelves. Tim Stevens played through it, and apparently, one million isn't the number of troops in the game, it might be the...

    Posted July 6, 2010

    Review: N3II: Ninety-Nine Nights "For the Hardcore Only"
  • Hack And Slash: We Talk Ninety-Nine Nights 2 With Konami's Tak Fujii

    We wanted to get the inside story on N3II: Ninety-Nine Nights 2, so we spoke to Konami manager Tak Fujii about this action-encrusted game and brought back the video you see below. "It's a hack-and-slash game. You keep defeating millions and millions of enemies," Fujii says. "We have humongous boss characters that even fill the...

    Posted May 14, 2010

    Hack And Slash: We Talk Ninety-Nine Nights 2 With Konami's Tak Fujii
  • N3II: Ninety-Nine Nights Review

    Posted: July 15, 2010

    12,621 Views | 02:38

  • E3 2010: N3 II: Ninety-Nine Nights

    Posted: June 24, 2010

    5,736 Views | 02:00

  • E3 2010: Ninety-Nine Nights 2 E3 Trailer

    Posted: June 15, 2010

    4,919 Views | 01:25

  • E3 2010 Konami Press Conference

    Posted: June 10, 2010

    27,291 Views | 1:38:00

  • Ninety-Nine Nights 2 Walkthrough: Part Two

    Posted: June 2, 2010

    2,453 Views | 01:34


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