A masterpiece, but make sure you know what a visual novel is first.
Jake Jehlicka, Amazon
28 July 2014
Summary: Intro: First thing's first, if you have not played 999: Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors, I recommend picking that one up for the Nintendo DS and playing through it first. It is still enjoyable without it, but you will be missing out on a lot since this is the second game in the Zero Escape...
Summary: I was hesitant whether or not to get this game at first,probably due to the puzzle sections,as I wasn't accustomed to playing puzzle games. As I finished the game,it instantly became one of the best game experiences I've had in all my life,everything is just amazing.And because of that I can say: Go...
Summary: My second game for PS Vita, my first entry to Visual Novel genre and my first platinum walkthrough. The game is a mixture of Visual Novel and a Puzzle/Point-and-Click Adventure. A lot of text, not many animations. The story is very catchy and multy-layered.
Summary: NT1, this is a "Visual Novel" not really a game, so go play CoD or something. This has one of the most complex, interesting and enjoyable stories of anything I've ever seen, And I highly recommend it to any people looking for a game with story.