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Zero Time Dilemma Vita

Aksys

Zero Time Dilemma Vita

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Product Description Product Description
  • Diabolic new puzzles and fully animated story sections push the boundaries of interactive storytelling!
  • New comers and familiar faces round out a robust cast of characters.
  • English and Japanese voice over options flesh out the narrative
  • Multiple endings and non linear story mechanics will keep you coming back for more!
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Alittle confusing at first both totally awesome.The game runs sliiightly different from the others but it s the same old zero escape. This is the last in the trilogy and it was a great end.4Zero Time Dilemma is a must buy for Zero Escape fans.Zero Time Dilemma is a game that's been years in the making. It's the third entry in the much beloved Zero Escape series and picks up right where Virtue's Last Reward leaves off. It's the year 2028 and nine people find themselves trapped inside an underground bomb shelter and the only way to escape is to kill off each other. The cast features an assortment of familiar faces from the previous games as well as a few new characters. The puzzles are engaging and fun although not as varied as the ones in VLR while the story is as expansive and weird as you'd expect from the series. All in all, Zero Time Dilemma is an amazing ride from start to finish.5Amazing Series!!Wow!! What a series! If you haven't experienced the Zero Escape series, do yourself a favor and get it! However, I strongly suggest you start with Virtues Last Reward at least it you are not able to get the first one. Just read a summary on the first one and then jump on board to one of the most engaging experiences you will have if you give it a chance!5Thought Provoking, Deep, Psychological MasterpieceEqually as good as the first two, if not more. The now animated cutscenes make the story bits more enjoyable and the puzzles are still great. I was a bit disoriented at the whole fragment memory system at first and playing scenes out of order, but I stuck with it and there was a point where everything "clicked" and I immediately understood everything that was going on. Without spoiling, just know that this system involves memories, loss of said memories, and making the player feel like the characters when they lose those memories.If you are a fan of the the first two games, then you are already playing or planning to play this soon. I would just say that this game is definitely NOT the game to introduce you to the series. I would start with Virtue's Last Reward (like I did), or preferably 999 if you have a DS.5Great funEssentially, it is a mixture which consists of:The atmosphere of SAWThe soundtrack of Silent HillThe amount of blood of Resident EvilThe logic of philosophyThe fiction of physicsAnd all of this garnished with fiction I cannot explain without spoiling the game.4Great game but has issuesI really love this series and this game. I recommend it but you should play the first two games before this. However, there are a few problems that hold it back from being a perfect scoring game. First, the vita version at least has awkward touch controls. There were a few times where I could not figure out a clue simply because I touched something that looked like a clue and it didn't do anything so I thought it was nothing only to have a crucial item that I needed not register until I precisely touch the scree in a perfect way. This may not be an issue in other versions. Also, There are times where I have to hunt through menus to find a clue and I just ended up keeping a real life notebook for my clues to avoid hunting awkwardly through menus. The story is good but has a few issues. SPOILERSThe person who is actually zero, how are you supposed to know about him? I had to use a guide and I was like what? there is an old guy here that never showed up before and we were supposed to know this how? END SPOILERSOverall I recommend it but maybe it's better on 3ds or PC for the control issues.4great addition to the seriesgreat addition to the series. I wouldn't play this without playing at least Zero's escape and would recommend 9hours 9persons as well. The game will make a lot more sense and the characters will have A LOT more depth to them.If you have played the previous games: I found the new additions a little odd; but not overly predictable and their backstories to be good (though I wish there had been a little more emphasis on them) Some of the returning characters were a bit shocking in how different they seems; but, that seems to be done on purpose on what endings are 'true endings' from previous games and for character development as far as the creator has explained. I can imagine some people hating this installment; but, I liked it and found it hard to put down. As long as you don't go in thinking it should be a specific way and end a certain way to fulfill your personal tastes I can't imagine you disliking it that much. It has the same feel as the previous ones and if you didn't like the feel and progression of those I'm not sure why you'd pick this one up as well.5Zero Time Dilemma reviewEasily one of the most engaging and interesting game from the series. While many of the previous mysteries in the series are answered, more are raised with the third instalment of the Zero Escape series. Simple and small changes such as fully voiced cut scenes and configurable language options in-game makes this one of the best in the series.The only let down is the generic mouth movements (which is understandable considering the dubbing track has to accommodate both Japanese and English) and the animation quality. If you are a big fan of fantastically difficult puzzles or riddles though, it does feel like they've taken a step back a bit with some exceptions. Besides that, it simply is a must have for people new to the series and fans.5... reviewing this as someone who forgot to redeem mywatch (shame on you aksys)I'm reviewing this as someone who forgot to redeem my watch (shame on you aksys), so I can't say if that was in good condition or not. Game was fun and somewhat satisfying to the story however the technical issues with animations and the new camera angles Made for more of a z-tier horror movie and some exceptionally hilarious moments, all dealing with Carlos. Outside of those issues the puzzles were mostly simple, about as challenging as vlr, but not too simple that I had no fun with them.The only major problem with the game is that it lacked a direct ending, while the game itself ended the story did not, ending on one of the worst cliffhangers I've had the pleasure of experiencing. So if you want to stop at vlr, do it. If you want intense and mind provoking puzzles then skip it. If you want dank memes you'll enjoy this.4Great escape, mystery game if you don't mind your choices having consequences ;)Another game in the Zero series. Like the first game the player choices could affect the story, it includes mystery and escape room puzzles. At first the progression of the play style may seem confusing but it helps tell the background of the story. The player basically plays different fragments at a time and depending on your choices, new fragments will open up. It starts to make sense why it's set up like that later on. It's nice that you can play in any order you like. Slowly you will start to get to know each character's sorry add they get to know each other as well. I also like the twist at the end.4
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