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999: Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors Reviews
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|Nintendo World Report||9/10||May 09 '11|
|Computer and Video Games||8.6/10||Jan 20 '11|
|Destructoid||10/10||Nov 17 '10|
|EuroGamer||7/10||Jan 18 '11|
|Games Radar||9/10||Dec 02 '10|
|IGN DS||9.0/10||Dec 16 '10|
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"A few years ago, I discovered escape-the-room Flash games and was hooked instantly. Shorter and more compact than your typical point-and-click adventure, escape-the-room games such as Crimson Roo..."
" Japanese text adventure games – often called “visual novels” in their native land – haven’t really found a huge audience in the US. Branching-path, almost completely text-based narratives don’t seem to hold much merit to a gaming crowd that predominantly prefers to shoot whatever moves on its screen. It seems odd, then, that Aksys would opt to bring 999: Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors out in North America – the mix of a novel’s worth of text exposition and “room escape” style puzzles doesn’t seem like a fit for our market. But when someone actually plays 999 with an open mind, they’ll be glad Aksys made the effort to localize this stellar title... ..."
"- 999 is a text adventure game that follows the story of Junpei, a college stude..."