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Zero Time Dilemma was showcased on the latest episode of Denjin Gacha. Check out some footage from the recording below.

Spike Chunsoft has prepared one more trailer to promote the Japanese launch of Zero Time Dilemma. Watch it below.

Aksys Games held a promotion for Zero Time Dilemma that was planned to provide fans with a special watch if they pre-ordered at Amazon or GameStop. Unfortunately, we’re now hearing that they were damaged in transit.

So what does that mean? Aksys says that consumers will still receive the game, though watches won’t be available until a few weeks later. The publisher hopes to make it up to fans by providing a currently unspecified bonus.

Aksys posted on Twitter a little while ago:


With just a few days to go before Zero Time Dilemma launches, Spike Chunsoft has come out with a new trailer. We have it below.

System: 3DS
Release date: June 28, 2016
Developer: Spike Chunsoft
Publisher Aksys Games

To start our review, if you’re already a fan of the Zero Escape series, then I recommend that you stop reading beyond this paragraph. Zero Time Dilemma is very much a new Zero Escape game, despite some alterations to the formula. I won’t spoil anything in the review, but I do recommend going in knowing as little as possible if you can help it. If you enjoyed Zero Time Dilemma’s predecessors, then you’ll feel right at home here, even with the slightly revised formula.

If you’re not worried about getting more moments and gameplay elements spoiled for Zero Time Dilemma, you can check out a new trailer that Spike Chunsoft has released. You can watch it below.

As you might know, the upcoming, long-anticipated 3DS game Zero Time Dilemma will also be released on Steam. The game’s page on the Steam store was updated today and it features some new screenshots. Note that the game won’t look quite as good as on the 3DS, but in terms of story and features the two versions will be identical so the screenshots should give you a good idea of what the game is like.

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As Zero Time Dilemma’s release draws closer, Spike Chunsoft has posted a retrospective trailer. Be mindful that the trailer does contain spoilers for both 9 Persons, 9 Hours, 9 Doors and Virtue’s Last Reward, the previous two games in the series.

The Zero Escape series has spawned two entries, with a third launching in about a month for now. Series creator Kotaro Uchikoshi reflected on the franchise’s roots as part of an interview with Nintendo Force.

Uchikoshi was asked if he thought Spike Chunsoft would approve his initial pitch for 999 (Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors). He did not, but “was able to get the project in fruition thanks to many supporters.”


In Japan, those who pre-order Zero Time Dilemma will be provided with a 48-page “Kyokugen Dasshutsu (Zero Escape)” Premium Booklet. It’s a prequel written by the creator series, Kotaro Uchikoshi. Additionally, illustrations from character designer Rui Tomono, a summary of the previous games, background design, and a booklet-original “mystery” are included.

We hadn’t heard about any plans to bring the book west – until today. Aksys Games confirmed at its MomoCon panel that it will be available at some point. The specifics will be shared at a later date.


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