Summary: Though not quite as good as the original and Trials and Tribulations, Apollo Justice is still entertaining in its own right. It's a recommended buy for anyone who is a fan of the series. I also recommend Investigations, which is another solid, if not spectacular, entry in the series relative to the first and third games of the original Phoenix Wright trilogy.
Conclusion: After loving the previous three Phoenix Wright games, I was a bit sceptical that the Apollo Justice game just wouldn't match up (I know it sounds sad, but you get attached to the characters in PW!). I needn't have worried, however, as everything "felt" just the same and even Phoenix Wright was there in a background role.
Conclusion: I'd never heard of any of the Ace Attorney games before this (somewhat complusive) purchase, but i'm so glad I made the jump. This game has to be the best game i've played on the DS system so far, for so many reasons. Initially, I feared i'd made an error in buying this. The game seemed slow, the animation minimal. The game felt like a port of a japanese game that wouldn't translate as well as it should into English.
Conclusion: For those people who like point and click text-based games, this game should not be passed. As the Phoenix Wright story has ended, this game starts anew with rookie lawyer Apollo Justice and trains you in the art of law (not really).
Summary: Je vais vous faire un petit avis sur ma dernière acquisition de jeu sur DS à savoir Apollo Justice , le dernier volet en date des aventures d'avocats au barreau pas comme les autres ! Dans deux précédents avis, je vous avais présenté Phoenix Wright et là, il laisse la place à un nouveau jeunot, aussi doué que lui, voire plus !