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User reviews: Positive (6 reviews) - 100% of the 6 user reviews for this game are positive.
Release Date: May 14, 2013

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99 Spirits - Cage of Night stars fan-favorites Saki and Komiya, and adds brand new characters. A story of tragic love and foxes’ games told in visual novel style, the Cage of Night is set during the events of 99 Spirits storyline and is set in a darker mood than the main story.

Additional features:
  • 6 Mini Scenarios with in-between scenes from 99 Spirits
  • Developer Symposium with commentary by TORaIKI, 99 Spirits' creators.

Includes both an English and Japanese version of Cage of Night.

System Requirements

    • OS: Windows XP, Vista, 7 and 8
    • Processor: 1.5GHz or higher
    • Memory: 512 MB RAM
    • DirectX: Version 9.0
    • Hard Drive: 512 MB available space
    • Additional Notes: Windows Media Player 7 or newer
Helpful customer reviews
4 of 4 people (100%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Posted: April 19
In fact, I never managed to finish the main game due to the tedious gameplay, but I could still play this without being spoilered (...I think)!

Unlike the main game, this DLC is purely a Visual Novel. No boring and endless-seemingly map walks chasing some random demon clouds. You just follow the story and at some points you have 2 options to chose from for the later outcome of the story. Total playtime was roughly 3 hours for me.

Aside from the DLC's main story (which happens somewhere in the middle of the main game), there are also some kind of additional mini gags / conversations between some characters of the game.

All in all, if you miss the combat system from the main game (which I kinda doubt), you might be disappointed, but if you are looking for some lovely side-stories, its definetly worth a try.
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1 of 2 people (50%) found this review helpful
Posted: February 18
Komiya x Saki OTP
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4 of 9 people (44%) found this review helpful
Posted: November 21, 2014
Thanks for including Saki and Komiya.
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Posted: August 10
This DLC reveals some background facts about the main game, especially in the extras. So I put a spoiler warning here if you haven't played the main game. It is a pure graphic novel with some extras, so it does not influence the main story in any way.
From what I gathered, it happens after Gijin is revealed, but before he attacks the capital. It likely happens around chapter 8 of 12.
A special insight are the Mini-Events, especially the one of the Harem Dream of the priest implies that the good ending - the alternate one - seems to be in fact the canon ending, as seen by one of the women from the good ending being part of said harem.
The other is the fact that the merchant was in a certain city before, know for its open mentality towards the world prior to the warring states era. He also met his assistant beforehand as she is present there. It is therefore likely, that Saki came from the area of Sakai. I still guess the merchant is either from the Hansa or the Netherlands, since the hair colour is more prominent with the German states and not Great Britain... and surely not Portuguese. The Netherlands were quite involved in Asia at that time. So greetings to the Netherlands!

The rest of the story you have to find out for yourselves. Sadly the story is neither diverse nor consequential as your only free choice is the first one. All the other are do or die... so don't expect a deep narration.

Overall I only regret having bought it one day before it was halved by 50%. Then again I got the main game in a free bundle during a donation, so I gladly paid the 50% more. For all that enjoy a little novel, feel free to grab it. For those that expect a game with deeper choice mechanics... don't. I liked it.
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