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PS4 Port Report: Zero Time Dilemma

There was a time when the Zero Escape series seemed all but dead. After a stellar but quiet debut on the Nintendo DS, the series saw real success on the 3DS and Vita with Virtue’s Last Reward. That game, like its predecessor, sold wel...

 
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Zero Escape: Zero Time Dilemma shifts its way to PS4

The third and last entry in Kotaro Uchikoshi's critically acclaimed Zero Escape series has finally released on PS4. It is now available, both physically and on the PlayStation Store, at a retail price of $40.  Zero Time Dilemma follows...

 
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Zero Time Dilemma watches are finally shipping to customers

Despite launching to some highly favourable reviews, the release of Zero Escape: Zero Time Dilemma was somewhat rocky. Issues such as a lack of advertised PS TV compatibility took over a week to be resolved in the U.S, and even longer in Eu...

 
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Zero Time Dilemma is now playable on your PSTV

Good news, everybody. Aksys announced on its Twitter feed today that a PlayStation TV patch for Zero Time Dilemma is finally up. If you've been waiting to play the game because you only own Sony's little neglected black box, now is your&nbs...

 
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PC Port Report: Zero Escape: Zero Time Dilemma

I'll admit, it feels a bit like heresy playing Zero Time Dilemma on a PC, especially considering, well, 999. I won't go into it any more than that for people who haven't played through the first game. I bought the original on a whim (o...

 
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Zero Time Dilemma is currently incompatible with PSTV

Zero Time Dilemma is out and at least one guy at Destructoid thinks it's good. If you picked it up today or are waiting for your copy to arrive in the mail, and you are planning on playing it on your PlayStation TV, there is some bad news. ...

 
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Review: Zero Time Dilemma

I've been reading Destructoid for roughly six years now. I can't remember the first article that I read, but I certainly know the first article that made this my home for video gaming news. It was the review for Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Ni...

 
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Zero Time Dilemma is coming to Steam this month

In addition to 3DS and Vita, Zero Time Dilemma is now coming to Steam -- Aksys is still handling the former two, though Spike Chunsoft will be directly publishing the latter. If you're interested the Steam page is now live with all of the b...

 
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Zero Time Dilemma takes text skipping to a new level

I can still recall the pain of playing through various New Game+ modes in old games where you couldn't skip cutscenes. It was excruciating, having to sit through 10-15 minute expositions constantly, but newer games have gotten better about ...

 
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Zero Time Dilemma gets release date, PC port

Zero Time Dilemma, the follow-up to Zero Escape: Virtue's Last Reward and 999: Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors, is heading to western shores on June 28, Aksys Games has announced. The PlayStation Vita and Nintendo 3DS title will arrive...

 
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Zero Time Dilemma site opens with heaps of new info

The third entry of the Zero Escape franchise is still on for a 2016 release on 3DS and Vita, and Spike Chunsoft just unloaded a ton of new info by way of their website, including character rundowns. According to the developers, this is...

 
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Zero Escape Volume 3 announced for 3DS, Vita

Today at the Aksys Games panel at Anime Expo in Los Angeles, the publisher and Zero Escape series director Kotaro Uchikoshi announced Zero Escape Volume 3. This is the next entry in developer Spike Chunsoft's visual novel adventur...

 

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