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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?

Features:

  • 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
Certificate:
PEGI 12
Brand:
Rising Star Games
Platform:
Nintendo 3DS
Main Language:
English

Virtue’s Last Reward

Nintendo 3DS
GBP 29.99

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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?

Features:

  • 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
Certificate:
PEGI 12
Brand:
Rising Star Games
Platform:
Nintendo 3DS
Main Language:
English

Customer Reviews

Overall Rating : 5.0 / 5 (5 Reviews)
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the last virtue 3ds

Another must have game for the best handheld on the market. Fantastic story element and great visuals make this game a very enjoyable way to relax. 9/10

Awesome

This game is one of the best story telling games ever made. Djazaak allahu khair for releasing this on the 3DS, interactive books with quality like these really fill me with pleasure and excitement.

A great game!

I'm really enjoying Virtue's Last Reward. The story and the characters are well done and the game play is nice. The puzzles are hard and the "novel part" is amazing!

Virtue's Last Reward

With an overwhelming plot and a great number of mentally stimulating puzzles, Virtues Last Reward is definitely a step up over 999. If you want 30 hours of mind-blowing fun, take this game.

Zero does it again

Virtue's Last Reward is a brilliant sequel to an outstanding adventure/puzzle game. This time, you play as a young man called Sigma, who along with 8 other people is forced to play yet another Nonary Game set up by Zero. The rules in this one are slightly different - in order to escape, players are required to get 9 bracelet points (BP), which can be acquired or lost by allying with or betraying others. Failure is less "messy" than in the prequel, but just as deadly - instead of getting blown up, loser takes a lethal injection. The 3D graphics are nice, music is very atmospheric, controls are intuitive and smooth, plus the voice acting is well done. I was worried about some of the changes (namely VA and no more hand-drawn 2D environments), but they turned out to have no negative impact on the game's atmosphere. Compared to the original game, the number of possible endings grew from 6 to a mind-blowing 24 - you can easily sink 50+ hours trying to get the ones you want. Virtue's Last Reward sheds light on some of the events from 999 (which I highly recommend playing, if you haven't done so already). If you have a 3DS (or a vita), you can't pass on this game.