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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Reviewed on 06/06/2014 by
If you like comics and graphic adventures this is the best game you can get on your PSVita. Great story for this sequel for 999 for nintendo DS and iOS, and hopefully there will be the third chapter to close its trilogy in the next future. If you own a PSVita you can't miss this title!
Reviewed on 21/03/2014 by
A great sequel for 999 for NDS (and now also iOS). Great compelling story and flow chart feature to go back and forth in time to review your choices. A must have for PS Vita owners,
Reviewed on 17/03/2014 by
A long visual novel with some nice puzzle sections. The initial premise seems fairly straight forward, but the story has a very satisfying ending and lots of plot twists you probably won't see coming. This is a story that would be near-impossible to tell this well in any other format.
Reviewed on 05/12/2013 by
Pretty Average. Has some nice sections here and there, can't say much without spoilers. No reason to get her rather than 3DS though the textures are still awful.
Reviewed on 24/10/2013 by
Zero Escape is back! As a huge fan of 999 I waited long for this sequel and finally I got my hands on the vita edition. The story is very tense again and the story connects with the events of 999. The developers thought of the expectations the 999 fans would have and manage to recreate the great atmosphere and strange humor of 999 while again delivering a very good story which can still suprise veterans of the prequel. The character design is questionable at times and the 3D Models of the characters are rather ugly but the new escape puzzles are great fun. Hidden files obtained through alternative solutions to riddles keep you motivated. All in all a great experience I´d recommend everyone who likes or can at least live with the graphics and japanese over-the-top style. The Game harmonizes very well with the Vita touchpad und motion sensor, so it doesn´t feel like a mere port. Also only this version has the japanese audio (japanese audio only, english texts), a huge bonus for japanophiles.
Reviewed on 23/10/2013 by
One of the best games for the VITA, this is a fantastic game if you don't mind reading a LOT (voices are Japanese). I'd call it an interactive horror graphic novel/puzzle game which will REALLY test your brain on all levels. Multiple playthroughs are advised to get the most out of the story. Just look up a review anywhere and you'll understand why it's so highly rated everywhere!
Reviewed on 02/08/2013 by
Virtue's Last Reward has an amazing story that will last for about 30 hours. It is really at the end that you'll realize how great the writing was. The puzzles aren't that easy, making them much more interesting. Although you do not need to have played to prequel, 999, to enjoy this game, you should, as it makes the story more interesting.