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  • Everything about the game is good and interesting

    • by Naoto
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      I don’t usually like simulation games. Nor do I usually like anything about court. Or anything about the judicial system in general, for that matter.

      But this game… Is really good. Everything about it is addicting and fun, with plenty of likable characters and quirky dialog.

      In this game, which is the first of the three Phoenix Wright games as well as the five total Ace Attorney games, you follow a rookie defense attorney name Phoenix Wright. There are four main chapters,


      along with a fifth chapter that is only available through the Wii version for 100 Wii points.

      Each chapter involves a different case in which you find evidence and try to prove in court your client is innocent. The game is, as stated above, a court simulation game.

      However, it doesn’t accurately follow court proceedings and is rather far from a real court trial. This is probably one of the reasons it’s so fun, since you aren’t bound by such strict rules ...


      • that would be put in place in an accurate court simulation game.

        The characters are fun and incredibly likable, with an exception for the characters you just love to hate since they pinned a murder on your innocent client. The music is absolutely terrific, and the controls are smooth and easy to get the hang of, especially since the game is rather simple.

        This does not mean the game is easy, however, as it actually rather complex. The stories are complex and

        often require lots of thinking.

        Everything about the game is good and interesting. The plots have so many twists and turns you’ll almost never see the ending coming.

        And, for the internet culture savvy out there, there are plenty of pop-culture references and memes thrown in. Even those who aren’t that up-to-date with internet culture can appreciate the humor of the game.

        This the perfect game for those of us who like to think as opposed to shoot blindly as Nazis in one of the generic first-person shooter war games.




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