The third, and supposed final, entry in the Zero Escape visual novel/room escape series (along with 999 and VLR, both of which I loved). This one takes the massive setup left by VLR, and... well, doesn't really quite run with it. Or perhaps it runs, but the result is a functional lay-up rather than...

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JRPGish thing with mild 'dating sim' aspects, if you didn't know.

I really enjoyed Persona 3 Portable on the PSP, so when I finally picked up a vita, this was high on my list of games to get. Straight off the bat, I wasn't as interested in the theme (murder mystery), and while the first couple of...

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note: played on normal difficulty

I wasn't quite sure how much to expect from this version... but I wasn't expecting to finish it on my first go (especially in a sickened, drug-hazed state). The first thing to note is that any damage taken by your character is represented very poorly, very often y...

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I've not played a Telltales game before, but watched a few, so I knew pretty much what I was getting into. Oh, and I put a few hundred hours into Borderlands 2 as well. Eep.

In general, Tales has good characters (a couple I really liked quite a lot), the plot is ridiculous but that's what you ge...

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Free to play text... game... Very short. Super retro looking, like... older than windows 3.1 kind of look. Basically you have instant message chats with a crush of yours over the course of college. The interface is 'pick your response, then mash on the keyboard to simulate typing it'. The game is va...

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