Zero Escape: Virtue's Last Reward: with Pre order Bonus Item - Nintendo 3DS

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  • Follow-up to 2010's award-winning puzzle adventure Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors.
  • Old friends from 999 return to join a new cast.
  • Novel sections fully-voiced in English and Japanese.
  • Plenty of replayability, with twenty-four different endings.
  • New mysteries to solve.

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This game is extremely virulent and can be transmitted through physical contact (via the dual “Nintendo 3DS” and “PlayStationVita” retail vectors) as well as through the air (via the “PSN” vector), which has prompted the IDO to declare this a level 6 pandemic. All uninfected persons are advised to remain indoors and avoid contact with others. If you suspect you have been infected, or suspect a friend or family member of being infected, report, or have them report, to the nearest IDO quarantine facility.

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ASIN B009APQ9R4
Release date October 24, 2012
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4.9 out of 5 stars 16 customer reviews

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Product Dimensions 5.3 x 4.7 x 4.1 inches
Media: Video Game
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Virtues Last Reward, Henceforth referred to as VLR, isn't so much a game as it is an experience. Having played the previous game in the franchise, "Nine Persons, Nine Hours, Nine Doors" henceforth referred to as 999, I had a basic idea of what VLR would be like. I would like to mention that one does not need to have played 999 before VLR to understand the story but by playing 999 prior to VLR one gets more plot points that they might have missed otherwise.

Unfortunately the game currently has some pontionally game ending bugs in it, I personally experienced my game freezing and crashing 3 separate times. To combat this I highly suggest that for the time being every one always always always ave in the story sections and never in the puzzler sections until a patch or fix is released.
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This is a sequel to 999: Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors, which is a visual novel with some puzzle solving sections. This game operates in much the same way, with a creepy sort of setting, a cast of characters that don't trust each other, and some really mind-bending reveals that will keep you playing WAY past your bed time.

That said, I HIGHLY RECOMMEND playing the first game (999), and playing it on the Nintendo DS in particular. Yes, there is a version on iPhone. No, it's not the same. The DS is CRITICAL to playing the game and getting the right impact, but I can't say why without spoiling it. Just get it and play it before this game, as there is some continuity that will make this game more enjoyable. Plus, the first game is actually the better game anyway.

(PS: You can play 999 on your 3DS using the original DS cart. No need to buy a separate system if you already have a 3DS!)
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Virtues Last Reward on the 3DS is the Definitive VLR experience, the game is a brilliant mixture of Visual Novel exploration and puzzle action. The game is a fantastic one that is very thorough experience in how the story is presented and integrated into the gameplay. If your a fan of the genre and even if its the first you've played there is a definite chance that you will thoroughly enjoy the experience
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This game almost doesn't need a review. If you played the first game (9 Hours 9 Persons 9 Doors) then of course you're going to want to play it's sequel. And if you haven't yet played 999, then go play it first before even thinking of playing this.

Now, I'll try to keep the review itself as spoiler free as possible for both games, but I will talk about some obvious thematic elements. VLR is a sequel to 999 and takes place in the same universe, so the plot of 999 is mentioned in VLR and a lot of game play elements are carried over.
On the plus side:
- Branching decisions are now shown on a giant flowchart in game. If you make a choice you didn't want to, or hit a dead end, you can simply go back to the last decision, room, or big event on the flowchart and go from there. It makes for a lot less of a hassle than 999 where you had to replay that first hour every single time. The puzzles are all solved by opening a safe as well. Once you have the code, you'll never need to do the puzzle again which brings me to...
- No more repeating puzzles! VLR has added so many puzzle rooms that no matter which dialogue options you take, as you play though the whole game you will never have to do the same room twice. So not only do you get more puzzles to work with, you don't have to plod though ones you've already done
- Grand new story. Without spoiling anything, it involves 999's plot and backstory, but takes it to a much larger scale.
- Music. Quite a few of the little sound effects are recycled from 999. In fact, the first sound you hear is a sound effect from 999, but more music and sound effects are added as well. So it's a nice mix of old and new.
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I played 999 on my DS Lite and fell in love with it instantly, so when I heard that they are bringing a second game over I was on board from the start! The game play is great, music is superb, and storyline blows you away. This was worth the wait!
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Never before has a game had such an amazing storyline. They say you can play it without playing 2010's 999: Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors, but I do not advise this. Play 999, then come back and get this one. You will NOT regret it.
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By cinnamon on November 24, 2012
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I was worried about how a sequel might live up to my favorite DS title 9 Hours, 9 Persons, 9 Doors, but boy did they do it. If you have not played 999 it would be a great idea to do so, as it will make your experience that much more memorable.

This game is a beautifully written visual novel combined with some mind-bending puzzles, but nothing that you can't figure out. What I love about this game the most however is the story. It's filled with so many non-cliche plot twists and turns, and mysteries for you that I wish could see this as a movie or something. But you can't. If you have ever wanted proof that a video game can convey something that no other media form can, then play this game after it's prequel. It's mind blowing.

Though it's been mentioned in other reviews, you cannot stress enough not to save in the puzzle parts. It is pretty obnoxious, but you will just have to deal with that. I lost 10 hours of gameplay, and I'm lucky it wasn't more. Just as a sidenote, this game took me about 40 hours overall to complete everything, so it will keep you busy.

Do yourself a favor and pick this up. I guarantee you will not regret it.
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