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Submitted by tromwarrior 683d ago | review

Oprainfall Review: Virtue’s Last Reward

Oprainfall writes: "Why do people betray each other? It’s the first of many questions that Virtue’s Last Reward forces you to consider, and it’s asked as soon as the title begins. VLR follows closely in the footsteps of its predecessor, 999: Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors, in that once again, a group of nine very unfortunate people have been taken hostage and are forced to play a game with frequently deadly results. And just like in 999, each participant is unwillingly branded with a numbered bracelet; a bracelet that can kill them in a moment’s notice should they break the rules." (3DS, PS Vita, Zero Escape: Virtue's Last Reward) 5/5

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