I finally got Zero Escape : Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors!

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    Hi guys;
    I never thought I'd ever own this game since it was released only in America.
    Amazon.co.uk are selling copies of this for 14£.
    So i thought why not...
    After all I have played the sequel; "Zero Escape : Virtue's Last Reward"
    So i ordered this back in late February.
    Delivery estimate was from 9th March - 3rd April 2013...
    I got the package on the 14th March 2013.. That's quite surprising since it's a US Import.

    I'll show you this picture of the box art. It's the reprint version.

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    Anyone who is in the UK and is looking to own this game legally without the use of Flashcards and Roms; This is the best option and the cheapest i've seen.
     
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    Global Moderator BORTZ wtf, nintendo

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    So im assuming you have a NTSC-U 3DS?
     
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    Nope, the icon on Virtues Last Reward is Rising Star Games which is in Europe.
    And i think amazon imports games from USA, DS is not region locked so it works on EU 3DS.
     
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    Global Moderator BORTZ wtf, nintendo

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    OH oh oh, i thought you meant the sequel never made it over to EU. ok. I stand corrected.
     
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    It made but its issues ._.
    With Memory leak.... and that's the reason why i don't want to buy it...
     
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    I never played either, i suppose i should at some point.
     
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    999 is awesome and everyone says that the sequel is great too.
    The USA version of VLR doesn't have Memory leak issues.
     
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    Don't play it unless you have completed 999. Makes the game that much better knowing the 'back story' to Virtues Last Reward.

    Scratch that, it appears you played VLR first. Shame on you.
     
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    I bought my copy at Christmas time. It cost me around £20 including P&P. I highly recommend VGP. They're excellent from the two order I've had with them.
     
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    I just started playing 999, and I found somebody willing to sell Zero's for $20! These kinds of games are really fun.

    I wish I could buy it in a store and pay my dues to the developers, but I'm WAY too poor for that. I wish I had a job sigh.
     

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