Everybody dies… …can you escape the inescapable?
Kidnapped and taken to a mysterious warehouse, Sigma awakens in an elevator with a girl named Phi. He soon discovers that there are seven others playing a sick game of life or death with guidance from a mysterious rabbit named Zero III. Their mission: survive and escape the warehouse. But with secrets, betrayal and intrigue everywhere, who will survive this warehouse of hell?
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The Zero Escape series is very dear to my heart. I struggled to write this review, because it's hard to find the words to express how truly incredible this story is. Virtue's Last Reward is the sequel to Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors, and I highly recommend starting there before delving into this title. If you're interested in puzzles, and gripping stories that will stay with you long after you finish the game (trust me, it's been a few years), then this is the game for you. As long as you're okay with [a lot] of reading, you won't regret it.
This game is juts mind blowing. it is a work of art. If you enjoy a story centric game it does not get much better than this. The twists will knock you off your seat. The only issue with the game is that you really need to have played the first game before jumping in to get the full effect of the game. If you enjoy puzzle or visual novels such as danganronpa you owe it to yourself to play this master piece
This was one of the most enjoyable games I have played on 3DS. The story was amazing and intricate, and kept surprising me until the very end of the game. As other reviewers have said, do not save in the PEC room as you will lose your save file (this is a known glitch on the 3DS version). Aside from that and the fact that certain text boxes do not fit properly onto the screen (these are in certain files that can be collected in the puzzle rooms, and not necessary for completion of the game, and can be found easily online), I can't critique this game. It was amazing and I'd definitely recommend. If you haven't played its predecessor, 999: 9 Persons, 9 Hours, 9 Doors, I'd recommend doing that first as this is its sequel.
visual novel + puzzle games = virtues last reward. Perfect combo!!! excellent for people who love room escape games and still wanted more story than just simply escape the room! Unfortunately there is an in game bug but easily avoid if you remember not to save the game in the PEC room. Highly recommend for people who doesn't want a visual novel involving love story or relationships and looking for more suspense and thriller type!
Apart from this is AN AMAZING GAME GET IT RIGHT NOW, there is not much to say. The voice acting is done in jap, however it has english subs. The music is great. The story itself is amazing. It is hard to not play. The ESCAPE element is just great with the game. I was hesitant at first, since it is a novel based story with mostly reading, but since the story is written so well its great. I have not played 999 but am still able to easily follow the game.
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