Summary: Ye Flask has been added to the court record.
Pros: Forensic tools are fun and get good mileage out of the DS’ hardware, Great plot and writing, When your parents tell you that you should read a book instead, you can honestly say that you already are!
Cons: Large amount of reading may turn off some gamers, Poorly-worded courtroom questions, Robotic menu navigation
Summary: Fans of the previous Ace Attorney games will appreciate the new touch-screen mechanics and improved presentation, but these changes don't do much to spice up the series' often slow and tedious pacing.
Pros: New forensic investigation abilities add much-needed variety, Improved visual presentation, Last case is quite interesting and provides a good payoff
Cons: Flaws such as slow pacing and linear, trial-and-error gameplay are still here, Forensic investigation tools are underused, New characters aren't as charming and interesting as the old ones
Excerpt: Back in 2006 when Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney (possibly the most unlikely success story we've ever seen) arrived on DS, it had something over and above what the original GBA version offered: a fifth case to solve - a bonus to celebrate the series moving onto Nintendo's new handheld and, more importantly, outside Japan.
Summary: Zum Ersten, zum Zweiten, zum Dritten, verkauft, an den netten Herren mit dem schwarzen Kittel und dem Holzhammer! Wir befinden uns zwar bei keiner Auktion, doch in dem Spiel, welchem wir uns heute widmen wollen spielt ein Holzhammer auch eine sehr wichtige Rolle. Es geht bei dem mittlerweile vierten Teil der Ace Attorney-Serie rund um Gerichtssimulationen.