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Zero Escape: Virtue's Last Reward

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Genre: Adventure, Point-and-click, Puzzle

Platforms: PlayStation Vita, Nintendo 3DS

The second game in the Zero Escape series. Zero Escape: Virtue's Last Reward is a mystery/thriller visual novel. It is story focused with multiple endings that use player choices and puzzle rooms to progress. Additions to the game include an 'auto-advance text' mode, so players can listen to the voice acting without clicking through dialog, a memo function that allows players to note anything they feel is useful, and a flow ... Read More


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TimeSmash
5 reviews

Great 100%

This game is AMAZING. It's an absolute must play and for the best experience you should play 999 first. I think that this is probably the best game of the trilogy, due in no small part to the complex, very meta plot the game presents as well as the philosophical

Storyline

"He awoke in an elevator.

Across the room was a strange girl he’d never met before, even though she seemed to know him...

“Sigma...”

“How do you know my name?” he asked, but before she could answer a rabbit appeared. “This elevator is about to fall!”

Sigma and the girl left the elevator only to find themselves in a massive room with seven other strangers...nine people in all.

The strange rabbit told them that they would have to play the Ambidex Game-a game of betrayal.

The penalty for losing was death.

Could these nine strangers trust one another long enough to escape their prison alive?"