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Zero Escape, Vol. 2: Virtue's Last Reward - Nintendo 3DS Standard Edition
- Follow-up to 2010's award-winning puzzle adventure Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors.
- Platform: Nintendo 3DS
- ESRB Rating: Mature
- Media: Video Game
- Item Quantity: 1
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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.
...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!
This story is not only very good, it is very engaging, unpredictable and creative.
Unpredictable. This is its biggest strength!
You start our the game in a small room, solving few puzzles, and along the line you get 5 questions you really want the answers. The game will give you one answer and it will add few more. This is how it goes.
Story is masterpiece.
There are other parts that can be reviewed. But story is really why you should but the game. But the puzzles are fun (which makes about 30% of the game). Voice acting is good for the most part.
Now one more thing, this is a sequel to a DS game called Nine Hours, Nine Doors, Nine Persons. You absolutely don't have to play the original one in order to understand the story. Zero. Nothing. But if you can get a copy of the game then do it. You can either buy the iOS version for less than $6, or if you can get the DS which will be more expensive in most cases, but you will get a better experience.
If you are a fan of awesome stories that can blow your mind with complicated plots then get this game. If you are into only gameplay and shooting and you don't enjoy long cutscenes then ignore the game.
Virtue's Last Reward is a combination of a puzzle game and a visual novel. It is the 2nd game in the Zero Escape series, the first being 999: 9 Hours, 9 Persons, 9 Doors for the DS. If you enjoy games such as Phoenix Wright and Professor Layton, VLR is perfect.
First off, every line is voice acted with the option of either English or Japanese audio. I think that's amazing because of all the time and effort that goes into having a fully voice acted game. And the English VAs do a phenomenal job here. With VAs such as Troy Baker and Travis Willingham, you can imagine how awesome the voice acting sounds in VLR.
The OST is eery and a bit creepy (which is good!). It's reminiscent of 999 as both OSTs are composed by Shinji Hosoe.
Now for the story, it's unlike anything that I've experienced. It's the same as 999 in terms of solving puzzles and plot development, except in VLR it's on an even grander scale. *Just* as you think you can't be surprised anymore, something in the game turns out completely different. When one question is answered, you're left with 100 questions in its place. And you can't help but continue playing until the end, hoping that those questions will be answered too.
One of the cool things of this game is how the developers took the concept of multiple endings and incorporated it into the plot. Amazing.
Overall, VLR is probably the best game I've ever played. Good OST, awesome voice acting and a story that will make your brain explode.Read more ›
Most recent customer reviews
If you are a fan of the zero game series, you won't be disappointed with this game.Published 4 months ago by Reuel Ramos Ribeiro
so far 4.5 stars. Alice recieves 6 out of 5 stars. Alice makes me want to zero escape with her;any more descriptive and i would have to rate the review above mature. update! Read morePublished 7 months ago by cnda stark
Great game, perfect sequel to "9 Hours, 9 Persons, 9 Doors". i will admit some puzzles were a bit challenging however very entertaining. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Dwayne Worrell
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.Published 20 months ago by H. Smith
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. Read morePublished on Sept. 5 2013 by Adam