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Submitted by wotta 848d ago | review

STN: Zero Escape: Virtue's Last Reward Review

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Imagine waking up in a room, no idea how you got there, what is this strange watch on your wrist? Confused by your surroundings you find out you are not alone, who is this person with you? How do they know your name? Did they bring you here? Are they in the same situation as you? Are they lying or telling the truth? Just as you start to make sense you are in a lift, an enthusiastic rabbit wearing a hat starts to talk to you over a video screen, the lift you are in is about to fall unless you solve a puzzle to get to safety; personally this is the point I go into a foetal position and find my happy place but that would make a rather bad game, thankfully you play as Sigma, who is made of sterner stuff and is quick to take on this rather unique and sinister challenge. (3DS, PS Vita, Zero Escape: Virtue's Last Reward) -

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