Reviews and Problems with Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney
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J. Bush, amazon.co.uk
4 October 2013
Summary: Continuing court dramas in a Japanese interpretation of a near-future American legal system. This is probably the most outrageous entry in the series to date. While the new main character, Apollo Justice, doesn't really stand out in terms of his character, the insight into an older Phoenix Wright, the new sidekick Trucy Wright and the new rival Klavier Gavin are all brilliant.
Summary: ... Nah not really but the title looked good to me so I'll use it. The original Ace Attorney trilogy had a quirky charm and a colourful cast of characters that made gamers find the world of law more compelling. With a sequel set 10 years after the trilogy, along with a fresh cast of characters is going to be a challenge regardless of how Capcom go though with it.
Pros: It's a good game.
Cons: You'll never see knickers the same way again.
Excerpt: "...new character is new lawyer, Apollo Justice. His objective is exactly the same as Phoenix's was: collect evidence, present, press and object to eventually lead to your client's innocence as well as reveal who the real killer is. Along the way there are a lot of riddles here and there, but the iconic puns aren't as obvious as they are in some of the previous games. Trucy's innocence is quite outstanding too. She's adorable, cheerful and cute. She's ...
Pros: It's a good game .
Cons: You'll never see knickers the same way again .
Summary: This game is Set 7 years in the future from Phoenix Wright Trials and Tribulation. You play as Rookie Ace Attorney Apollo Justice and Try to crack 4 cases. This game features 3-D forensics shown in Phoenix Wright Ace Attorney. Gameplay 10/10 Story 10/10 Music 10/10 Graphics 10/10 This game is great but I only advise to people who have played the first 3 phoenix wright games.
Summary: I was bought this game for my holiday and really enjoyed it, although it has a fairly simple structure it really holds your attention and keeps you entertained. The simple animations don't complicate the game and keep it simple. To sum the game up as a whole I would say that it pretty much consists of two main parts; investigations and trials. In investigations you examine murder scenes and surrounding areas linked with the crime.
Excerpt: "hello there, this is my first time to review a game, and im so exited, i'll try to review this game based on few aspects, here we go :-) This title is actually a game for Game Boy, then developed also for the DS, the first on the series is Phoenix Wright Ace Attourney, because the first series got a good responses from gamers, then the other series were also developed for the DS, Appolo Justice itself is the fourth series. ===Story=== In this game ...
Mrs. S. R. Wray "Sarah Wray - writer of teen ..., amazon.co.uk
16 September 2009
Summary: I had a lot of fun playing Apollo Justice - I've played one of the Pheonix Wright ones, and this is very similar with one or two new things that Apollo can do that Pheonix couldn't. It took me quite a long time to play (partly 'cause I got stuck a few time and had to keep trying every piece of evidence with every witness until I got a good reaction, but usually when I did I thought I should have figured it out myself 'cause it made sense).
Summary: The Best!!! I really enjoyed this game and found it hard to put down. There's a lot of play time, so you get your money's worth. Yes it's the same format of searching for clues and then the courtroom, but injected are some fun forensic science games, finding finger prints and other things. I'm so glad the mystic ones have gone! Pheonix may not be the atttourney but he's around and you might find the magnata pops in a bit.