Submitted by zerocrossing 655d ago | review

Newgamernation. 999: Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors Review

Daniel Dunham writes "999: Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors is a Japanese mystery/adventure video game, developed by Chunsoft, published by JP Spike and localized by NA Aksys Games. The game can best be described as a visual novel puzzle game, with the premise revolving around 9 people having been kidnapped and placed on a huge and slowly sinking ocean liner. There they are forced by their unknown kidnapper, who goes by the alias “Zero”, into participating in the “Nonary Game”." (9 Hours 9 Persons 9 Doors, iPad, iPhone, Nintendo DS) 8/10

FogLight  +   655d ago
Interesting review, and since it is the predecessor for Zero Escape, they are similar in terms of gameplay, and have ties between each other.

Thanks for the review :D
zerocrossing  +   655d ago
999 is definitely worth a play :)

I haven't played Zero Escape myself yet but I've heard it's supposed to be great.
FogLight  +   655d ago
If you are a fan of 999, then you will definitely love Zero Escape

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