Reviews and Problems with Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney
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7 February 2012
Summary: I shouldn't really review this product, since I have only had a little try and didn't get very far with it. I do not think that it will be as good as the Professor Layton's which I love solving, but one never knows.
Apollo Justice Ace Attorney (DS): Phoenix Wright steps aside - and then starts waving from the ...
6 May 2011
Summary: (this review also posted by me on Freeola) Any company that chooses to switch out the series' star for another previously unknown character is taking one hell of a risk. Yet that's precisely what Capcom have done with their Ace Attorney series. The fourth game, Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney has you playing not as Phoenix Wright, but as Apollo Justice, an up and coming defence lawyer. And you know what?
Pros: It's a brave step forward to the series. It's fun when Phoenix isn't about.
Cons: But Capcom keep shoehorning Phoenix in even when he's not the game's star.
Apollo Justice Ace Attorney (DS): Standing up for justice is not that easy
15 September 2008
Summary: I'm a huge fan of Phoenix Wright and, to be frank, I think the series needs no introduction. There are few DS gamers out there who have not tried the innovative point-and-click/courtroom adventure series, or at least haven't heard of it. It's popular, and for good reason; but now, Capcom takes the franchise in a slightly different direction, chronicling the events seven years after Trials and Tribulations where the inefficiency of the court system is finally coming to...
Pros: variety added through forensics, improved visual presentation, good sound effect, improved gameplay
Cons: trial and error gameplay, new characters lack charm of old, requires patience