There's no escaping fact: Zero Escape: Virtue's Last Reward, the spiritual sequel to Aksys' excellent visual novel/murderous puzzle game 999: Nine Persons, Nine Hours, Nine Doors, is coming soon-ish, and now it has a website.
On the site are some cast profiles, including for leads Sigma and Phi and some old dude named Tenmyouji. There are also ordering pages for both the 3DS and Vita versions of the game. Go give it a visit and decide whether you want this or not. You want it.
Personally, I'm still hoping they add the original "Good People Die" subtitle somehow. Sure, Virtue's Last Reward has a certain poetic, inferential quality to it, but bluntly stating that good people will in fact die is a cool way of advertising your game, especially stuck on the shelves beside loud explosion-fests like the shooter of the month, where no one good dies unless it's time for a "shocking" pre-scripted moment *cough*NoRussian*cough*.
Actually, I wish the name of the game was Virtue's Last Reward: Good People Die. Now that's straight-talkin'!
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