Summary: Okay i have to admit, this is a great game. I mean just the best overall (no comparison to the first games!), but i just have 1 problem. What happened to Iris+ Phoenix !?! Not to mention Gumshoe and Maggey! Plus i could only play the second and third games so i only know trucy by the wiki...
Summary: Since I'm a newcomer to the Phoenix Wright series, these comments might be a little biased. I had only heard about the series when I made a spur-of-the-moment decision to buy this game. I was somewhat worried that I would be disappointed. I wasn't.
Pros: The game is truly designed to take advantage of DS capabilities. Story is VERY involving. Gameplay is invigoratingly different. Music had charmed from the start. Artwork and "animations" are really well done. Several cool features and gameplay mechanics make this an interesting type of game.
Cons: None for me. A person not inclined to sit and think may not enjoy this game. However, puzzle lovers will adore this title.
Summary: This is different from the phoenix wright in many ways. First is that this game takes place seven years after an event. phoenix is a main character but not the teacher to Apollo. The story is great, though I was a little disappointed by some of the characters.
Summary: Before you start reading my review, I would like to say one thing. If you are interested in this game, you should really play the Phoenix Wright trilogy first before you play this. There are a lot of references in the game of those games. First off, I'll start with the storyline.
If you're into the concept, all Ace Attorney games are worth buying
John R. Reidel, Amazon
28 June 2008
Summary: The "Ace Attorney" game series isn't for everyone, but they're a fun blend of "you be the jury" style legal stories mixed with inventory puzzles reminiscent of old point-and-click adventure games.