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?
Heralded Beginnings Successor to the highly acclaimed ‘9 Hours, 9 Persons, 9 Doors’ with some old friends joining the new cast
Beautifully Original Visual elements masterfully rendered in 3D and featuring original Japanese voice with English subtitles
Different Gameplay Experiences Two types of gameplay, ‘Novel’ and ‘Escape’ sections, offer players a chance to drastically change outcomes and solve complex puzzles
Multiple Endings Play different timelines and find the one true ending
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by Kiara on February 27th 2016
This was such a fun game to play, and much more unique that most games that are available on the PS vita console today. The puzzles were super fun and challenging, and it was a great price on oz game shop too, so I couldn't find any reason to say no!
by Chris on March 30th 2015
This game is definitely a case of reward for effort. Persevere with the story and get through those puzzles and you won't be disappointed. The style of gameplay is unique, but perfectly suited to short bursts on the handheld platform. A great game to showcase the versatility of the Vita.
by Joshua James on July 11th 2014
This is an entertaining and thought-provoking game that I personally consider a 'must-play' for all PS VITA owners.
It features an perplexing and engrossing plot, colourful and well-developed characters and a quirky yet mature art style.
I recommend this game and its predecessor for the NINTENDO DS for anyone interested in a truly great mystery-adventure.
by Matthew on July 25th 2013
As someone new to this genre, I found it a little tiresome at first...I'd always rather the story and prose to be simultaneous with gameplay. But once I got past that I was quite impressed with the format. This is an interesting story and there are some fun puzzles. It's a different take on the point-and-click adventure - once I realised that, I enjoyed it much more.
by Olivier on January 24th 2013
Despite being the sequel to a DS game, I still think that this Vita edition is the preferable to the 3DS version, having played both. Apart from a few mechanics, the gameplay is almost identical, and the singular screen somehow makes more sense with the flow of information. Whatever version you get, make sure you play the prequel.
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