Reviews and Problems with 999: Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors
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Review: 9 Hours 9 Persons 9 Doors (Nintendo DS)
2 September 2014
Summary: : It’s sad that so few people are likely to play 9 Hours 9 Persons 9 Doors because it’s a niche genre game full of a lot of reading, as it’s really an exceptional piece of work that, despite the violence that pops up here and there, does a lot to prove how powerful gaming can be as a storytelling...
Summary: A few years ago, I discovered escape-the-room Flash games and was hooked instantly. Shorter and more compact than your typical point-and-click adventure, escape-the-room games such as Crimson Room are a great way to kill time on a lazy Sunday.
Conclusion: Basically, I could not put this one down and recommend it to someone looking for that niche game because this is definitely it. Rating Breakdown Gameplay: 9.50 out of 10 + Off the wall and creepy escape the room puzzles that are both horrifying and awesome - Only complaint I could give is that there...
Excerpt: 999: Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors is what Japanese folks call a “visual novel.” The story’s major incidents, its characters’ emotions and background, and much of the game’s tone comes through text and light animation; a character portrait will blush, an explosion will shake the screen, etc.
Summary: 999 is stunning. It sports a captivating plot driven by a fantastic cast of characters, a satisfying mix of puzzles and interesting mathematical, scientific and philosophical quandaries to ponder.