The only part I find confusing is the time paradox, really. But it seems explainable though. The game is meant as an utter mind rape.
I wanna get it. I'm gonna get it. I'm just gonna be examining things for funny moments, lols.
As for the third game, I haven't played the second, so I can't really speculate. However, a can guess a prequel could be expected. They do have two options. lord Gordain's games (he did host his own Nonary Game if I remember correctly) or they can go back to June/Aoi/Clover/Light game. However, I'm not sure how that would work.
My favorite character is Santa/Aoi.
I didn't like door 2. It was uber creepy for some reason. Just it and the path it took in the story. I didn't like any of the coffins. coffins are just creepy in general.
Also, until the safe was unlocked, it was also pretty damn creepy.
1. Yeah that was pretty confusing too. 2. Explain... what funny things are these? I have just brought it but haven't played it yet as I wanna finish a game I'm in the middle of. 3. I don't think a prequel would work as we already know what happens but it would be interesting how it all begun and stuff. 4. Meh he's alright I guess... 5. Ahhhh coffins!!!! xD
Nine people have been abducted by a mysterious kidnapper who uses the alias "Zero." They find themselves on a ship— possibly a replica of the RMS Titanic and are told that they have nine hours to escape before the ship sinks beneath the waves. Zero is running the "Nonary Game" - a game "where you will put your life on the line." The group is forced to split up into various subgroups and explore "numbered doors," behind which lie Zero's puzzles. Zero promises that escape lies behind a door numbered 9. The characters must work together despite suspicions of each other to advance, as well as to discover Zero's motive and identity.
999 has a lot of reading might be a downside for ya but the puzzle rooms are great and so is the story.
I just received VLR. I've not even started to play it yet so I can't tell you what that one is about.
Yeah it's fine, I just had to let the battery die. It had no effect on the save data... thank god! I'm just sticking to the advise to only save in the novel part's. I think that is the only down side to the game... darn bug!