The finale of the Zero Escape trilogy, Zero Time Dilemma, has been mysteriously delisted from the PlayStation store. While there is a likely chance that this is simply due to licensing issues, and the title will probably shortly arrive back on the storefront, Spike Chunsoft has provided no comments regarding this oddity. The game’s Steam store page is still up.
Interestingly, the first two entries in the series were recently released on Xbox via the Zero Escape: The Nonary Games collection, with Zero Time Dilemma not having received the same treatment. I sincerely doubt that Zero Time Dilemma would get an enhanced version or anything like that, but I guess it’s possible.
We’ll update this article if any significant developments occur. Thanks to Twitter user @emilunagames for sharing this news.
Zero Escape: The Nonary Games contains Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors, and Virtue’s Last Reward, both stellar visual novels where players find themselves having to escape, well, escape rooms. Both titles are critically acclaimed for their remarkable narratives, branching story paths, endearing casts, and inventive puzzle design requiring thought-provoking solutions.
Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors is best played first, as characters and elements of its narrative directly tie into the events of Virtue’s Last Reward. This collection is available on PlayStation 4, Xbox, and Steam.
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