We’re one month away from the release of Zero Time Dilemma, and while information on the game has been trickling in rather slowly, publisher Aksys has revealed more about the game’s release at a panel hosted today at Momocon.
As reported by RPGSite, via NeoGAF, Zero Time Dilemma will be receiving PlayStation TV support. Furthermore, Aksys will be localizing the game’s 48 page art book. While it won’t be given away as a pre-order bonus as it was in Japan, they are still considering how the game’s art book will be sold or distributed. Furthermore, Aksys is considering releasing other merchandise from the game, but as of now they have nothing to announce.
For those looking to get their hands on the game, Zero Time Dilemma will be released for both PlayStation Vita and Nintendo 3DS on June 28. As of now, there is no concrete release date for the PC version, though Aksys has stated that it will be a few days following the release on handhelds. When asked about them, Aksys also stated that ports for both 999: Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors and Zero Escape: Virtue’s Last Reward are a possibility, for PC and consoles.