Zero Escape: Virtue's Last Reward for PS Vita
PS Vita

Zero Escape: Virtue's Last Reward

Oct 23, 2012
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About this game

Developer: Chunsoft
Content Rating: Mature


Virtue's Last Reward is the second adventure game in the "Zero Escape" series, in which players must make solve puzzles and make crucial decisions in order to survive a deadly game.

You thought you’d defeated the Nonary Game, but now it’s back, and more deadly than ever. It'll take cunning, skill, and more than a little luck to escape alive, but do you really have a choice?

Gamer Reviews

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Sep 10, 2020
Probably the best Visual Novel you could get on the PSVita.

I don't want to spoil it, but this game brings to the table what many other games don't: the "What if I did that instead?"

Basically, you'll need to find your way out, and given the name of the game, you'd probably want to be nice, but guess what: being nice does not always mean being nice!

As I said, I don't want to spoil the game, and I want you to explore it from the beginning to the end, as that would make you fully enjoy the experience.

That aside, this games is definitely a step up from the first game (999). I was kind of not happy how the protagonist's voice was not played like the first game had (I used to play the sound because spending hours reading on a small screen is not the best thing you do for your eyes), but I got used to it, and man. This game deserves being on your top list of games you should get on the Vita.


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Critic Reviews

15 Reviews
Susan ArendtOct 30, 2012
Zero Escape: Virtue's Last Reward's story is absolutely bonkers, but untangling its many secrets is an addictive enterprise. There's tons of plot to discover, and the many storylines cross and reference each other in subtle ways that reward the diligent player. Puzzle fans will undoubtedly wish there were more Escape rooms, but those that are there are strange and fun.
Edge StaffDec 04, 2012
It’s a pity the controls are rather awkward – on Vita at least – with neither touch nor button controls ever feeling entirely natural. Your ultimate destination, meanwhile, is determined by your choices to betray or ally with your fellow contestants after each room is conquered, an idea that would carry greater emotional weight but for the ease with which you can skip across the paths you’ve opened to reverse your decisions, a rare instance where the game’s structure is to its detriment.
Erren Van DuineOct 23, 2012
Zero Escape: Virtue’s Last Reward may not be for everyone, but if you love well-written, intelligent stories, and a lengthy adventure that keeps you on the edge of your seat at every turn coupled with an outstanding localization – this game is for you.

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