Phoenix Wright : Ace Attorney for Nintendo DS  » Games  »
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  • There are several surprise twists throughout that keep the game interesting on the first play-through
  • Unfortunately, the replay value is very low - once all the cases are solved, there isn't much left to do with the game
  • But I would recommend that you find a friend to borrow it from rather than spend the money on it
  • While I enjoyed it, once I beat it I have not gone back to replay it even a single time

    • by blunderkind
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      Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney is a Nintendo DS game that started a trend of crime-solving games focused on hunting down clues, getting stories, and formulating the story of what really happened in a case. The characters in the game are well fleshed out with lengthy back stories that explain their personalities and why they make the choices in-game that they do. With multiple cases that mesh with each other, the player must take the job of Phoenix Wright to make sure justice is served and that innocent

      people don’t get charged with crimes they were no part of.

      The game opens with a murder, setting the tone for the entire game. Phoenix Wright has to deal with loss right away, and the player has to start drawing links and figuring out who would be after him and his associates. Clue hunting is the most important part - a player will go over the same area repeatedly, trying to track down any minute detail they may have missed. A single missed detail can ruin the ...


      • player’s chances of winning the trial.

        The progression of the story can be very slow, and it gets frustrating talking to the same characters several times over in hopes off catching a small clue. However, the humor throughout the game keeps the plot going. There are several surprise twists throughout that keep the game interesting on the first play-through. Unfortunately, the replay value is very low - once all the cases are solved, there isn’t much left to do with the game. Clues don’t

        change, there aren’t fun new cases to do, and the game just is not as fun.

        I would suggest this game to anyone looking for something funny and interesting. But I would recommend that you find a friend to borrow it from rather than spend the money on it. Once you have played through it entirely, there is no reason to go back and play it again. While I enjoyed it, once I beat it I have not gone back to replay it even a single time.




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