Review: Zero Escape: Virtue's Last Reward | Hardcore Gamer

The newly-branded Zero Escape: Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors received some of the DS’s highest acclaim two years ago for its incredibly creepy tone, outstanding soundtrack, and brilliant mix of cerebral point and click puzzles and some text adventure element. It may seem like a strange witch’s brew, but it came together wonderfully and delivered a unique experience that stood out on the system. Its ability to achieve great commercial success, however, was hurt by a low print run and high price for new copies as a result. The recent re-release of it should help remedy that and give players a good idea of what to experience with the second entry in the Zero Escape series – Virtue’s Last Reward.

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