Zero Escape: Virtue's Last Reward (with Pre order bonus item) - PlayStation Vita

4.9 out of 5 stars 7 customer reviews
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About the Product

  • 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.

Product Description

Regional Office of the International Disease Organization, Washington D.C. – IDO agents working in California report that preliminary findings indicate the exceedingly dangerous Japanese adventure game known as “Zennin Shiboudesu” has somehow crossed the Pacific. Attempts were made to contain it, but some carriers seem to have escaped the quarantine and are now at large.

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ASIN B009APQ9QU
Release date October 24, 2012
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4.9 out of 5 stars 7 customer reviews

4.9 out of 5 stars
Pricing The strikethrough price is the List Price. Savings represents a discount off the List Price.
Product Dimensions 5.3 x 4.2 x 3.9 inches
Media: Video Game
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This game continues the over-arcing story left by it's prequel: Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors. It's told from a new characters perspective, and both the setting and rules to the new game are quite different. There are a few characters that got to make it from the old game to the new one, but if you haven't played the prequel, don't worry. The references to the old one are minimal and you don't need to know what happened to enjoy this game fully.

That said, I do recommend buying the previous game. It was enjoyable too, if you like visual novel games. If you like games for their stories, you'll love this game. If you prefer button mashing and not reading, stay far away from this game. You'll end up playing through the same segment several times if you want to get the "true" ending to this game, but the game doesn't punish you this time around. You need not play through the full game like you had to do in the prequel--here you have a story tree that branches off as you make decisions in the game, and you can start from whatever branch you've been at to choose the other decision, instead of playing from the start of the game. Another improvement is the ending. All I'll say about this is that, this time around, the ending doesn't feel like the developers were trying to troll you. It's actually quite a neat, if weird, story and ending.

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Fantastic game. A must for anyone who played the first entry in the series.

This game is not for everyone though. It will test you mentally, but it's not tremendously challenging. The premise is very unconvential, and the story will keep you constantly guessing. The gameplay is a mix between puzzle and visual novel. When you're not solving puzzles, you're reading, and occasionally choosing between branching paths.

It's definitely a niche genre, but don't let that discourage you. The game is fun. It's uniqueness sets it apart from most other games, and is a great experience through and through.
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By C. Lin on February 25, 2014
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This is a grossly underrated game. The story is very very long. Just like a novel. Is that bad? No! It's suspenseful every step of the way. This is a game for people who love a good plot, mystery and puzzles.
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I wanted to know about the prequel of 999 for the Nintendo DS and sure VLR doesn't disappoint. The dialogues and story is intriguing, puzzles will make you think and consider alternative solutions. A solid 5-star game. Don't read much about the game, there may be spoilers..
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