Publisher Aksys has released a survey for fans of their Zero Escape series and visual novels in general.
I really wasn't a fan of these games. Luckily I got the sequel free with Plus. The dialogue is really far fetched and honestly, the conversations last way too long. The puzzles were decent but were really inconsistent as far as difficulty goes.
i think you just don't like to read.
Wrong, I love reading. I've read over 55 novels this year so far
I thought Zero Escape was a great game. However, there wasn't enough gameplay, dialogue was way too long and way too over-explained. The gameplay needs to consist of something more than just puzzles. Maybe add some QTE here and there, just something to break up the routine so it doesn't get so stale. And seriously, the backtracking needs to be toned down a bit.
QTE ? Wft am i reading .... Listen guys , i mean no harm but if you don't like the genre don't ask for it to becomes something it isn't... I don't mean to argue that the game should be imune to critics but this kind of stuff is embarassing to you guys. QTE in a visual novel game ... seriously ...
I enjoyed the game, but in a 30h+ game the gameplay needs to consist of more than just puzzles. Doesn't necessarily have to be QTE's, I was just throwing one idea out there.
999 was amazing Zero escape was convoluted for convolution's sake.
Zero Escape is just amazing game. The story has so many twists to it. Why there are no games like this from a story wise ?
I'd say the first three Phoenix Wright games are at times on par with the twists of Zero Escape. Especially the final cases.
Hotel Dusk as well, but overall I think Phoenix Wright is by far the most enjoyable of the bunch. Better writing, humor, artwork and less cheesyness. Although Hotel Dusk probably has the best story and script of them all. I just prefer Phoenix Wright for its great mix of lightheartedness and memorable stories. It's mostly character-driven though.
I got Zero Escape from PS+. It's so amazing that it was the first game I ever got a platinum trophy. In fact, I didn't touch another game until I finished it. The plot just blew my mind. Became a fan of the series, bought 999 online and I'm waiting for it to arrive.
you were supposedly play 999 first
Of course. But I didn't know about the series and even if I did, as gameplay revolves around puzzles, I would never have bought any of them. I just played Zero Escape because it was "free" from PS+. If it wasn't for that, I would've never played a single game in the series.
well it best that you stay on sites like Silionera and Dualshocker where Japanese Games are top priority. Not IGN, GameSpot and such.
The games are fine as they are, but they should really give you full control of movement for certain scenes like how they do it in Danganronpa.
Did my job and took the survey.
Love visual novel games. Not enough of them IMO.
Have a nice trick!
I love this game series. The wait for the 3rd entry is gonna drive me nuts.
I just did the survey and told them to get some better artwork. It really is the only thing that just turned me completely off and I never finished 999. I hate surreal manga art. Manga is fine... unappealing but acceptable, but I hate the hipster art of these games. I also wrote that I thought the tone in the games is too corny. I don't just hate anime, but I've seen other stuff in Japanese anime with more appealing aesthetics and tone. I've played ALL Ace Attorney games and Hotel Dusk, so you can't come at me saying I just don't like the genre or that I'm just hating for the sake of hating. Ace Attorney has awesome artwork IMO and so does HD.
To be honest before I'd played Virtues Last Reward I believed I'd never be a fan of visual novels, however as I acquired it through PS Plus I gave it a chance and I'm glad I did. It is quite a fantastic game and it had me hooked all the way through, if more visual novels get localized for western audiences then I can guarantee I'll be one of the first in line on release day.
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