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Alternative Names



Q Entertainment / Phantagram / FeelPlus



Release Dates

06/29/10 Konami
07/22/10 Konami
09/10/10 Konami

Community Stats

Owners: 7
Favorite: 0
Tracked: 0
Wishlist: 3
Now Playing: 1

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N3 II: Ninety-Nine Nights - Summary

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.

Sales History

Total Sales
1 13,306 n/a n/a 13,306
2 3,421 n/a n/a 3,421
3 2,231 n/a n/a 2,231
4 1,917 n/a n/a 1,917
5 1,475 n/a n/a 1,475
6 1,251 n/a n/a 1,251
7 1,166 n/a n/a 1,166
8 936 n/a 2,560 417 3,913
9 783 n/a 2,045 333 3,161
10 715 n/a 1,270 190 2,175

Opinion (4)

thewastedyouth posted 08/10/2012, 04:03
SO MUCH FAIL, you would think that they would take everything from the first game and FREAKING IMPROVE MORE

they improved but not enough, damn what a shame
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Mr Puggsly posted 28/12/2010, 06:14
Also, I doubt the Americas numbers are accurate. It launched months and they barely added the Americas numbers recently.
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Mr Puggsly posted 28/12/2010, 12:31
Ofcourse it flopped. It sucks based on reviews, original sucked, and its published by Konami. Konami games flop regularly.
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outlawauron posted 22/12/2010, 12:05
Oh wow. This flopped so hard.
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