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As I professed in my review, Zero Escape Virtue's Last Reward is one of my favorite games this year. Naturally, I did a Test Chamber so people could get a feel for the intensity of the puzzles and story. For those who are in the dark, Zero Escape: Virtue's Last Reward is the sequel to the underground hit Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors (999); both games alternate from visual novel sections to heart-pumping escape puzzles.
Watch below as I discuss some of Virtue's Last Reward's greater strengths with Jeff Cork, while Bryan Vore takes a stab at solving the game's first puzzle. Added bonus: reactions to Phi's sassy banter as we puzzle-solve.
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Unbelievable Test Chamber! This game completely surpassed my expectations. It looks wonderful. I had fun with 999, so I am really looking forward to playing this.
Now that I have watched this, I think that I'll pick this game up if I end up snagging a Vita.
I might get this game....
This game doesn't look like it fits me. I mean don't get me wrong it is probably a good game but just not for me. Never was into these types of games. Good look at the game though. Very long and boring at times I have to say. Also I just don't like any of the portable Test Chambers. Once again,very good look at the game. Alright Test Chamber.