Reviews and Problems with 999: Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors
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Great puzzles and story
10 March 2015
Summary: I got the sequel to this game "Virtue's Last Reward" free on PlayStation Plus and loved it. I thought I'd try this game. The story is just as good, but it's clear refinements were made in the sequel. You have to replay the game multiple times to get to the end.
Summary: I stumbled upon this game when I read some top ten Nintendo DS/3DS lists. I had never heard of it, but went ahead and purchased it based on the strong reviews it had received. I really enjoyed the story; the premise is engaging and the characters are interesting.
Summary: This game is really fun overall. It is an interactive story-line with multiple puzzles spaced through and many options to choose what you want to say and do. My only problem is the game makes you play through it multiple times if you want to get the full story-line but at least it gives you a...
Summary: I'm a big point-and-click adventure game fan, so I was naturally interested when I heard about this game. It had awesomely positive reviews, so it seemed like a winner! Unfortunately, I was busy with other games in my backlog so I didn't get around to playing 999 until now.
Summary: This challenging but fun puzzle game will really give your brain a workout. Be sure to keep a notepad handy as you'll need to keep track of certain clues to solve the puzzles. Some sections are a bit too wordy, but overall it's a fun game.
Summary: I love this game. I'm currently on my third playthrough and taking my time to strive for the "good ending" (got 2 different bad endings so far). I think this game does an excellent job at keeping the player intrigued with its plot.
Summary: "999" managed to keep me hooked through multiple playthroughs - with different endings each time, you can't help but want to go through it just "one-more-time" to learn more about the back story and who the culprit is.
Summary: I bought this game on hype from a forum of well informed gamers and I must say that I am not deceived. If you like those type of PC adventure games (called "point and click") with great puzzle and in the case here with a fantastic story, this game is SO for you.
Summary: To put it simply, this game is wonderful. There are minor points of frustration to be sure, but overall, 999 delivers. First of all, the writing and story are spectacular. And the character development is nearly unparalleled in today's games.