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Zero Escape: Zero Time Dilemma is the third and final installment of the Zero Escape trilogy and sequel to Zero Escape: Virtue's Last Reward. It is developed by Spike Chunsoft and published by Aksys Games in North America and Europe.
It was released for the Nintendo 3DS, PlayStation Vita / PlayStation TV, and PC on Steam in June 2016. The game is digital download only for Europeans. All versions of the game feature English and Japanese dual audio.
The game's genre is a mix of psychological horror, mystery, suspense and thriller. The gameplay is a mix of escape-the-room and puzzle.
The story primarily follows three people: a nurse named Diana, a firefighter named Carlos, and a boy with a spherical helmet named Q. The three protagonists are trapped in a facility along with six other participants. The nine are forced to participate in the Decision Game, a deadly game which involves bracelets that inject them with a drug every 90 minutes which induces memory loss, killing 6 out of the 9 players, exploring the facility and solving escape-the-room puzzles in order to survive and escape, and figuring out the truth behind the game and Zero's identity.
Recent blog posts
The "Decision" Game in ZTD is all about making decisions, Right? 999 is the same in that area when …Read more >
Here is my review of Zero Time dilemma from the steam store. It may contain a few spoilers though.
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Snake: Are you quite finished with the chair, Junpei? If you don't stop this behavior at once, I will be forced to teach you a lesson you will not soon forget.
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