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Zero Escape: Virtue's Last Reward

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Zero Escape: Virtue's Last Reward is a suspense-driven visual novel/puzzle game and spiritual sequel to the hit, 999. Zero has kidnapped nine people and placed them in a warehouse to play the deadly Nonary Game. These seemingly nine strangers have bracelets that will kill them if they don’t play the game correctly. However, how can they trust each other, and do some have ulterior motives? Play as Sigma and decide who to trust and who to betray in this plot twisting visual novel! Who is Zero, why has Sigma been brought here and who exactly are the others? With fully voiced dual language support, mind-bending puzzles and more, solve the mystery that is Zero!

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1 player(s)
5000KB Minimum
Motion Sensor

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Deeply strange conspiracism, enjoyable characters, ludicrous plot twists and, well, pretty good escape room puzzles make for an exceptional experience and offers strong evidence as to what an often-maligned genre can be.
«Blew my mind»
«That ending!»
If you're a fan of stories around the "escape room" genre then you need to play "999: Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors", THEN play this game. The two games are linked together and this is the sequel.
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