Zero Escape: Virtue's Last Reward Chosen as Contender for GameSpot's Best of 2012 People's Choice Award

December 11, 2012 Torrance, CA – Aksys Games is proud to announce that Zero Escape: Virtue's Last Reward for the Nintendo®3DS and PlayStation®Vita handheld entertainment system will compete in GameSpot's Best of 2012 People's Choice Awards, and we're asking everyone to join in on the fun and vote! In this first stage of voting, Zero Escape: Virtue's Last Reward is pitted against a very strong competitor, Dance Central 3! Aksys Games is excited that Virtue's Last Reward, a niche visual novel, has made the cut, and we're hoping that all Zero Escape fans show the world what you've got. Fans will be able to vote for Zero Escape: Virtue's Last Reward on December 11, 2012 here.

About Zero Escape: Virtue's Last Reward
A spiritual sequel to the award winning Zero Escape: Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors(999), Zero Escape: Virtue's Last Reward combines thrilling, suspenseful story-telling with challenging puzzles bringing the very best of the visual novel and puzzle genres to life! Rounding off the year with some amazing reception, Virtue's Last Reward has received IGN's Editor's Pick and was chosen as one of Amazon's Top 20 Games for 2012!

Zero Escape: Virtue's Last Reward Key Features
Immersive & Suspenseful Story in Novel Stages – Learn why Sigma and the others were taken and the mystery that surrounds the masked figure, Zero and his avatar Zero III. Choose to “ally” or “betray” the others and watch your fate change with every decision.
Challenging Escape Stages with 3D Environments – Challenge your mind skills with everything from color relationships, math, and more in order to escape rooms and gain points as you edge closer to escape. Rotate the camera around a 3D room and zoom in on objects to look for clues. Players can also select and manipulate objects in three-dimensional space.
Fully-Voiced Novel Sections & Dual Language Support –With dual language support, choose between listening to the novel stages in Japanese or English!
Numerous Fates & Endings – As in 999, there are several multiple endings! A special flow chart shows player progress through the game and displays the different branches of the game.

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