Posted Tue Nov 1, 2016 at 08:53 AM PDT by Tyler Treese
Coming to PS4, Vita and PC.
Spike Chunsoft is bringing the first two entries in the 'Zero Escape' series, 'Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors' and 'Virtue's Last Reward' to PlayStation 4, Vita and PC. The two adventure games will be sold together as 'Zero Escape: The Nonary Games' and are scheduled to release in Spring 2017. The Vita and PS4 versions are being published by Aksys Games, and will be receiving a physical release. Meanwhile, Spike Chunsoft will be self-publishing the Steam version of the package.
The first game in the series, '999,' has been completely remade for the compilation. No longer will players see the DS sprites they are accustomed to as it now features redone high definition graphics and new voice acting (in both English and Japanese). Both games feature a similar plot as nine people are forced to play the deadly Nonary game after being abducted by a mysterious person called Zero.
Check out the new graphics and voice acting in the trailer below:
'Zero Escape: The Nonary Games' releases in Spring 2017 for PlayStation 4, Vita and PC.
Source: PlayStation Blog, Aksys Games
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