Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney: Justice For All (Nintendo DS)  » Games  »
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  • The new Psyche Lock system is very effective and innovative, adding even more of an edge to this amazing game
  • The cases presented are great and complex, and I love the music and characters introduced in this game
  • The entire series is great and I personally recommend them all

    • by Naoto
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      Justice For All is the second game in the Ace Attorney series, and, like the first, it’s a court-simulation game. Also like the first, it manages to bring lots of fun and clever humor to the courtroom. Once again, you take the shoes of rookie defense attorney Phoenix Wright as he tries to defend his clients in a court of law using quick thinking to pick out the holes in a witness’ testimony.

      There are two game modes, in the court and out of the court. Outside of court, you collect evidence and piece together clues through the evidence you find and the statements of the people involved in the case. In court, you


      use what you know to defend your client to the end. However, the second game introduces a new aspect; the Psyche Lock mode. Psych Locks are invisible locks that people unconsciously use to protect the secrets they are hiding in their hearts. You have to interrogate the people with these locks and present evidence to force the truth out of them. The new Psyche Lock system is very effective and innovative, adding even more of an edge to this amazing game.

      The music is AMAZING. I recently took the time to download every track from the game onto my computer just so I could have them. The graphics are very nice, and all the ...


      • character portraits and backgrounds are designed very well. The character animations are great, as well. The controls don’t really surpass using the touch screen to advance text, choose items to present, ect, but simple isn’t bad.

        The storylines in all the separate cases are amazing. Each case has many twists and turns, and they each unfold perfectly by the end. The stories are also surprisingly complex, and the characters themselves often house dark secrets that you need to uncover to get to the truth. Interaction with the characters is often very fun, as each character has a very distinct personality. Your ability to play the game relies very heavily on how deeply you think

        into the situation and how well you can read the characters. There are sometimes huge leaps of logic, but many questions can be answered easily if you think and look back through the evidence.

        This game is, quite possible, my favorite game in the AA series. Well, at least of what I’ve played. The cases presented are great and complex, and I love the music and characters introduced in this game. Everything flows very well, and is fun to play. There’s also tons of humor in this game, adding even more to the fun factor. This is a must-have for anyone who likes… Well, fun games! The entire series is great and I personally recommend them all.




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