Ninety-Nine Nights getting free demo
Trial version of Tetsuya Mizuguchi's action game will be given out with the purchase of Xbox 360 products in Japan.
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Some gamers in Japan will get to try out Tetsuya Mizuguchi's Ninety-Nine Nights a month before it's officially released for the Xbox 360. Microsoft today announced that as of March 1, customers who purchase or preorder Xbox 360 merchandise, be it games, accessories, or the console itself, will get a free demo of the fantasy-based action game, while supplies last.
Microsoft also announced that the first shipment of Ninety-Nine Nights will come with a free Motion View Card, which is an acrylic key chain that has a 20-frame computer animation video clip inside of it and features the game's main character, Tyurru.
Ninety-Nine Nights is former Sega producer Tetsuya Mizuguchi's debut title for the Xbox 360. It also happens to be his first console game since he established his independent studio, Q Entertainment. The game is a collaborative project between Q Entertainment and Korean studio Phantagram, which is known for its Kingdom Under Fire franchise. For more info on the game, check out GameSpot's previous coverage.