Zero Escape: Zero Time Dilemma Crack/Patch

Zero Escape: Zero Time Dilemma Zero Time Dilemma is the third entry in the acclaimed Zero Escape series. The mysterious Zero traps 9 participants within an underground shelter, dividing them equally between 3 wards that are connected to an elevator shaft in the middle. The only way out passing through a locked X-Door to access the elevator. Six passwords are required to unlock the door, and each password is revealed only after a participant dies. Zeros Decision Game will offer teams the opportunity to kill other participants through a variety of means to obtain the necessary passwords so they may escape December 31, 2028. Nevada desert. Nine people have been living and performing experiments for the past five days in the Dcom facility. On the sixth day, they discover they are trapped in confinement rooms, an unfamiliar black bracelet strapped to their left wrists. A mysterious figure in a mask appears before them, demanding that they play the Decision Game. The lives of you, me, and the human race hang in the balance. Transported to a shelter underground, they are divided into 3 teams and left in separate wards. Which team will manage to stay alive? The fate of all mankind rests on their decision!

Download Zero Escape: Zero Time Dilemma Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 80 / 100
User rating
Downloads 1580
Genre Adventure, Visual Novel
Company / Developer
Aksys Games , Spike Chunsoft / Spike Chunsoft

Zero Escape: Zero Time Dilemma reviews ( 6 )

Demando999, Jun 30, 2016

Zero Time Dilemma is amazing! it has one of the best stories ever and the puzzles are challenging and brilliant, characters and voice acting are really well done, if you appreciate great stories and puzzle solving, do yourself a favor and get this game, but make sure to play 999 and VLR to help you enjoy the game even more! 10/10 perfect masterpiece!

Letiste-Gaming, Jul 28, 2016

Estamos ante el título más completo de la saga, y un broche de oro para los fans. Una aventura que pasa del humor al terror en segundos, sin cortarse un pelo. Con una trama interesante, unos personajes carismáticos y misteriosos. Unos puzzles originales y una banda sonora perfecta. Es de agradecer que la compañía pese al escaso presupuesto, haya escuchado a los fans y haya conseguido cerrar su trilogía, ofreciéndonos una de las mejores y más misteriosas aventuras de la década.

Darkzephr, Jul 2, 2016

This is a great game, following a fantastic series. However, I can't in good conscious give it a 10/10. The voice acting is sub-par for a few characters. the animations look awful, there's insane clipping issues in all of the cutscenes, the textures are wildly inconsistent and all low resolution, and it doesn't have PC button prompts. With all that, it sounds like it doesn't deserve a 9 right? The story is just that good. Despite it's countless technical flaws, this game will compel you to keep playing like no other. It's a story that can only be told in the format of a game, and it works, so DAMN well, that it just leaves you with your adrenaline rushing. I can forgive all of the faults of this game, and I understand that the circumstances it was made on are the reason for the technical quality. If you are considering this game, I highly recommend it. As others have said, play 999 and VLR first though. Story summaries probably wont cut it.

Chimes, Feb 14, 2018

Zero Time Dilemma is the final game in the Zero Escape Series, and it is a solid conclusion to the series. The most important new features are a few much needed modernizations. The characters are dressed less "jrpg" with their designs seeming more grounded and realistic between relatively standard outfits and drearier tones across the board. The visual novel style interface is replaced with 3D models and cutscenes which make the gory deaths a lot more engaging, yet somehow less spooky. I miss the lingering dread as the music piled on, knowing the room you were about to walk into had a dead body behind it. The 3D models however really are terrible, with clipping issues, lip sync issues and robotic movement all around to cater to long underpowered handheld consoles. At times it's hard to take this game seriously. Actually seeing what's going on most of the time makes this game feel a lot more "SAW" than "Zero Escape" at times, with comical levels of blood to boot. Typical Zero Escape standouts include the phenomenal English voice acting and 10/10 soundtrack, a lot of the tracks still sticking around from the previous two games. The familiar suspense tracks that play when things are about to get morbid really sets the mood, and it's good to see after all these years they still haven't replaced them. When you're staring at a screen not doing much for most of the time it helps when the music is good, and Zero Escape provides top tier audio bliss. If you've played the previous two entries, then this game will stand out as the weakest of the bunch. The puzzles are a lot easier, the concepts are simpler and the story comes to a head as somehow even more ridiculous than before. Despite this, it is still that strong Zero Escape core gameplay and story that a niche audience love.

Yaqzan, Aug 17, 2016

If you're looking for the same level of storytelling quality from 999, or even VLR, then don't bother with this game. It's really disappointing if you compare it to those games, but as a standalone game, I guess it's alright. It has some interesting puzzles, but the story felt like it was forced and the writers had to fill in the gaps from the last 2 games but did it in maybe the worst way possible.

TheTG, Mar 17, 2017

Absolute garbage, it is nothing like 999 and VLR, it does everything worse than those games, it is so bad, the story, the plot, the conversations, the presentations, the graphics, the music, this game is the worst "third game in a series" in the history of gaming. I am so glad it sold so little in japan and in the world compared to the first 2 games that it killed the Zero Escape series for good. DO NOT BUY THIS GAME OR YOU WILL WASTE YOUR MONEY.