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Zero Escape: Virtue's Last Reward - Nintendo 3DS Standard Edition

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Platform : Nintendo 3DS
Rated: Mature

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  • Platform: Nintendo 3DS
  • ESRB Rating: Mature Mature
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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Zero Escape: Virtue's Last Reward - Nintendo 3DS Standard Edition + 999: 9 Hours, 9 Persons, 9 Doors - Nintendo DS Standard Edition
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Platform for Display: Nintendo 3DS
  • ASIN: B007FMSDU0
  • Product Dimensions: 13.7 x 12.4 x 1.3 cm ; 68 g
  • Release Date: Oct. 23 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #767 in Computer and Video Games (See Top 100 in Computer and Video Games)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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Platform for Display: Nintendo 3DS

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This game is extremely virulent and can be transmitted through physical contact (via the dual "Nintendo 3DS" and "PlayStation Vita" retail vectors) as well as through the air (via the "PSN" vector), which has prompted the IDO to declare this a level 6 pandemic. All uninfected persons are advised to remain indoors and avoid contact with others. If you suspect you have been infected, or suspect a friend or family member of being infected, report, or have them report, to the nearest IDO quarantine facility.

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You thought you’d defeated the Nonary Game, but now it’s back, and more deadly than ever. It’ll take cunning, skill, and more than a little luck to escape alive, but do you really have a choice?

IDO agents working in California report that preliminary findings indicate the exceedingly dangerous Japanese adventure game known as “Zennin Shiboudesu” has somehow crossed the Pacific. Attempts were made to contain it, but some carriers seem to have escaped the quarantine and are now at large.

Virtues Last Reward
Introduces New Characters,
Introduces New Characters,
Brings Back Old Ones
Fully-Voiced Novel Sections
Fully-Voiced Novel Sections
Immersive Three-Dimensional Environment
Immersive Three-Dimensional
Environment

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This game is extremely virulent and can be transmitted through physical contact (via the dual “Nintendo 3DS and “PlayStation Vita retail vectors) as well as through the air (via the “PSN” vector), which has prompted the IDO to declare this a level 6 pandemic. All uninfected persons are advised to remain indoors and avoid contact with others. If you suspect you have been infected, or suspect a friend or family member of being infected, report, or have them report, to the nearest IDO quarantine facility.

Similarity to an earlier strain known as “Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors” has lead to a reclassification: Both strains will now be considered members of the “Zero Escape” game series.Exposure to North America also seems to have caused Zennin Shiboudesu to mutate, and after much deliberation it has been determined that it will be referred to in all future literature as “Virtue’s Last Reward” (see forthcoming department memo re: choice of strain name).

Virtue’s Last Reward—or, alternatively, “VLR”—has been known to exhibit the following symptoms. If you begin to display any of these, distance yourself from friends and loved ones immediately, and proceed at once to the nearest IDO center.



Key Features:

  • Dual Language Support – Early cases show that VLR allows communication in both English and Japanese, with dialog playable in both languages. Whether or not this indicates damage to the languages centers of the brain is under investigation.
  • Puzzles and Story – Preliminary investigations show that this game progresses rapidly through a repeating cycle of two distinct stages, which have been termed the “Novel” and “Escape” stages. During the Novel stage, subjects find themselves engaged by a complex and mysterious story. During the Escape stage, subjects have been observed solving numerous puzzles.
  • Fully-Voiced Novel Sections – One of the indicators of the Novel stage is reportedly fully-voiced dialog: All characters except for the protagonist can be heard speaking during this stage.
  • Numerous Endings – VLR has been shown to exhibit numerous paths of infection, most of which are lethal. At press time, 24 different “endings” have been observed, each unique.
  • Immersive Three-Dimensional Environment – Many infected patients have reported a feeling of increased immersion in their surroundings, often manifested in the ability to rotate the camera around a 3D room rendered in-game and select and manipulate objects in three-dimensional space.
  • Introduces New Characters, Brings Back Old Ones – Our files on 999 indicate that a number of the characters featured there appear again in VLR, although in what capacity is still unclear. This strain also introduces several new characters, all of whom merit additional investigation.

 


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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Danny Dinh on April 7 2014
Platform for Display: Nintendo 3DS Verified Purchase
Immediately after I finished 999: 9 hours, 9 persons, 9 doors, I bought the sequel: Virtue's last reward, thinking that it couldn't possibly beat 999, but I might as well try it.

I was wrong.

VLR is superior to 999 in almost every single aspect: the story is unique and compelling, the characters are very interesting, and the puzzles are challenging. But despite all that, the thing that made this game truly one of the best I've ever played on the 3DS is The Flow system. I don't want to reveal any spoilers, but let's just say that the Flow system in VLR is even more brilliant than the morphogenetic element in 999

BUT there is one thing I must warn future buyers if VLR on the 3ds: there is a game-breaking bug that occurs in the game if you save in the Crew quarters, the Archives or the PEC, and it is recommended that you save ONLY during the novel sections of the game. Not all is lost though, this bug is easily avoidable if you pay attention and only save during Novel sections.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Aurélia Pécheux on Jan. 25 2014
Platform for Display: Nintendo 3DS Verified Purchase
I played the first episode and I found that it was probably one of the best adult games ever on the DS.
...it is the same with Virtue's Last Reward.
From the first seconds of the game on, the fear gets you. You wonder who you are and who is this girl with you? What is this place...but particularly...why do you feel that there will be a long way before solving the whole problem?
Welcome to Zero's Escape - part II.

I recommend this amazing and scary game to anyone who enjoys interactive novels and tricky point 'n clicks.It will take you more than 15 hours to go through the whole game, meaning that to reach the real and final end, you will have to suffer and get smarter than Zero!

The only drawback would be the graphics. Do not expect graphics comparable with Resident Evil: Revelations. But it does not make the game unpleasant and the 3D effect helps solve some of the enigmas.
Now the choice is yours!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Sopheak Mao on July 1 2013
Platform for Display: Nintendo 3DS Verified Purchase
A sequel to 999, which if you've played and like, then you'll love this even more. Because it's a more modern game, it has actual voices, English or Japanese (you can switch anytime you want upon reloading your saved game), nice animations and more in-depth puzzles to go along with its unparalleled story. Even if you didn't play the prequel, this game is pretty much a stand-alone as it gives enough background information so you won't get lost. However, I highly recommend you play the first game, then this.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Jordan on April 13 2013
Platform for Display: Nintendo 3DS Verified Purchase
I bought a 3DS specifically for this game, and I wasn't let down!
This game had everything I expected and more. It's an amazing sequel and any fan of 999 should consider buying it.
I completed it 100% in 28 hours (according to my save file). It may not be the lengthiest game, but what it lacks in length it makes up for in content.
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By H. Smith on May 22 2014
Platform for Display: Nintendo 3DS Verified Purchase
Loved the first game. This one improves on it so you don't have to start from the beginning to go to every different branch.
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By Adam on Sept. 5 2013
Platform for Display: Nintendo 3DS Verified Purchase
Loved 999. Didn't even know this game existed until a while ago. It fixes most of the problems I had with the previous game. The flowchart which allows you to track your progress and see all the different possible outcomes is very useful. I found the ending a little confusing. I found it was just too much thrown at you at once and I got a bit lost. Very glad I played through it, however.
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