|North America||October 23, 2012|
|UK/Europe||November 23, 2012|
|Japan||February 16, 2012|
Zero Escape: Virtue’s Last Reward is the sequel to the Nintendo DS puzzle adventure game, 999: Nine Hours Nine Persons Nine Doors, and is the second entry of the Zero Escape series. The game was developed by Chunsoft for the Nintendo 3DS.
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Nine characters are introduced at the start of the game. Each character wears a device that looks sort of like a watch that identifies them and keeps track of their BP score (“BP” stands for Bracelet Points). The gameplay involves interacting with non-player characters and making choices that alter the outcome of the storyline. The player is given the choice whether to betray a character or to cooperate with them.
Bracelet Points is gained if both characters cooperate with each other. No points are gained if both characters betray each other. However, if a character betrays another while the victim is choosing to cooperate, the character that is being betrayed loses BP while the traitor gains. The game’s ending varies depending on the choices that the player makes during the gameplay. The game can be considered as a visual novel.
|Wi-Fi Multiplayer Gameplay||No|
|Local Multiplayer Gameplay||No|
|Game Available at eShop||Yes|
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