Zero Escape: The Nonary Games has 38 trophies to collect over the course of the story. These trophies are rewarded for completing escape rooms and getting certain endings.
The PC version of the game also features Steam Achievements, which are the same as PlayStation trophies.
The achievements/trophies for Virtue's Last Reward are almost the same as the original Vita version. The Nonary Games lacks "Classified", "An Eidetic Experience" and "Bachelor of Escapology", and some of the bronze/silver/gold are changed.
|You Found It||Gained all trophies.|
|Don't Forget Your Towel||Finished all scenarios in 999.|
|Chance of Loss is Not Zero||Saw the Zero Lost ending in 999.|
|We All Die By a Yellow Submarine||Saw the Submarine ending in 999.|
|Cut and Run||Saw the Knife ending in 999.|
|Let Me Axe You a Question||Saw the Axe ending in 999.|
|A Sixth Sense of What's Coming||Saw all previews in 999.|
|Seek a Way Out Again||Gained all Memories of Escape in 999.|
|Is That Your Final Answer?||Solved the final question in 999.|
|Master of Escapology||Escaped from eight rooms in VLR.|
|Doctor of Escapology||Escaped from sixteen rooms in VLR.|
|Escapey||Escaped on Hard difficulty in VLR.|
|Escapest||Escaped everything on Hard difficulty in VLR.|
|Redacted||Found ALL the secrets in VLR!|
|A Consumate Collection||Found ALL the files in VLR!|
|To Each According to His Needle||Opened the first lock in VLR.|
|I Can't Believe It's Not Murder!||Opened the second lock in VLR.|
|Gotta Hand It To You||Opened the third lock in VLR.|
|If I Told You You Had A Nice Antibody...||Opened the fourth lock in VLR.|
|He Was Convicted of a String of Numbers||Opened the fifth lock in VLR.|
|No Lying Down On the Job||Opened the sixth lock in VLR.|
|Who Set Up Us The Bomb, Part 1||Opened the seventh lock in VLR.|
|Why'd You Do That, You Dumas!||Opened the eighth lock in VLR.|
|Who Set Up Us The Bomb, Part A||Opened the ninth lock in VLR.|
|Some Days You Just Can't Get Rid of a Bomb||Opened the tenth lock in VLR.|
|Every Ending Begins Somewhere||Saw any of the endings in VLR.|
|Tears in the Rain||Saw Luna's ending in VLR.|
|Through the Looking Glass||Saw K's ending in VLR.|
|Behind Blue Eyes||Saw Dio's ending in VLR.|
|In Root Beer Veritas||Saw Tenmyouji's ending in VLR.|
|An Equal and Opposite Reaction||Saw Quark's ending in VLR.|
|Secret Agent Woman||Saw Clover's ending in VLR.|
|Best Served Cold||Saw Alice's ending in VLR.|
|Arms Race||Saw Sigma's ending in VLR.|
|Time After Time||Saw Phi's ending in VLR.|
|Fire and Ice||Saw the end. Or maybe the beginning?|
|A Certain Point of View||Caught a glimpse of another time.|
|That Wasn't Supposed to Happen||Saw any of the bad endings.|
- "We All Die By a Yellow Submarine" is earned upon receiving the Submarine Ending. This is a parody of the Beatles song "Yellow Submarine" which contains the lyrics "We all live in a yellow submarine".
- "Don't Forget Your Towel" could be viewed to as a reference to the South Park character Towelie who says "Don't forget to bring a towel!", it is also probably a reference to a towel in The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy where towels are important for hitchhiking, as Alice is hitchhiking at the end of 999.
- "Is That Your Final Answer?" is likely a reference to the show "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire".
- "Behind Blue Eyes" is the name of a song by The Who, and was originally intended to be released in the cancelled Lighthouse project. The song would be sung by the albums main villain, Jumbo. The trophy name may be in reference to Dio's blue eyes and connection to Free the Soul.
- "In Root Beer Veritas" is a reference to the Latin phrase In vino veritas (there's truth in wine, meaning someone who has had alcohol will speak more freely).
- Time After Time was the name of a song by Cyndi Lauper and Rob Hyman from 1983.
- An Equal and Opposite Reaction refers to Newton's Third Law.
- Why'd You Do That, You Dumas! refers to the 1800's French writer Alexandre Dumas, apt given that they passed through a library on the way to that ending. It may also be a reference to a scene from The Shawshank Redemption where the redhaired prisoner remarks Well looky here boys; Alexander Dumbass! and Andy Dufresne then prononunces it correctly; the s is silent.
- Tears In The Rain refers to a famous monologue from the 1982 movie Blade Runner which also deals with the relation between man and machine.
- He Was Convicted of a String of Numbers is a pun on someone being convicted of a string of murders.
- I Can't Believe It's Not Murder! refers to the product I Can't Believe It's Not Butter.
- Classified means a file can only be looked at by a few select people and redacted means it has been censored (often by thick black lines through the words).
- To Each According To His Needle refers to the economic slogan From each according to his ability; to each according to his need.
- If I Told You You Had A Nice Antibody... refers to the 1979 song If I Said You Had A Beautiful Body... by The Bellamy Brothers.
- "Best Served Cold" comes from the full phrase "revenge is a dish best served cold". This is a reference to the suspicions that Alice is actually All-ice.
- "Through the Looking Glass" is a novel by Lewis Caroll, and the sequel to Alice's Adventures in Wonderland.
- "Some Days You Just Can't Get Rid of a Bomb" is a quote from the 1966 Batman film.
- "Who Set Up Us The Bomb" is a reference to a shoddy translation of the 1989 game Zero Wing. The full scene where the line was spoken would later become a viral internet meme known as "All Your Base are Belong to Us" (another line from the same scene).