Microsoft Hands Ninety-Nine Nights II To Konami

By Spencer . September 2, 2009 . 6:46am

image Microsoft quickly mentioned Ninety-Nine Nights II was in development at Tokyo Game Show last year. Feelplus was named the developer instead of Phantagram and that was it.


We saw a scan in Famitsu confirming it still exists, but Microsoft hasn’t said much about Ninety-Nine Nights II. Now we know why.


At their 2009 Xbox 360 Media Briefing in Japan, Microsoft announced Konami will publish Ninety-Nine Nights II instead. The game’s release date has been changed from a 2009 release, according to the last Famitsu report, to TBD.


This isn’t the first time Microsoft gave a first party game to another publisher. Microsoft funded and planned to publish Infinite Undiscovery before handing the title to Square Enix.

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  • The original Ninety-Nine Nights was awful. Why a sequel?

    • Hello_Hello

      Because it had a lot of potential.

  • jarrodand

    Game looks awesome. Moving from Bluside to feelplus for development was definitely a good move.

    I wonder who’s going to publish Blue Dragon 2? Namco Bandai?

  • stardusty

    I actually loved the original. I’m sad it’s gone to a new developer.

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