Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Justice for All (DS)
The Review Busters
27 June 2008
Conclusion: The second Phoenix Wright game to be released in the United States is a winner. With as much game play as most Playstation 3 games this little gem will be loved by gamers and even their parents. This is a solid game that will hopefully stay afloat in the United States for awhile.
Excerpt: In 2005, Capcom released a game that was virtually unknown in the US called Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney (called Gyakuten Saiban in Japan) for the Nintendo DS. You played as a defense attorney named Phoenix Wright (Ryuuichi Naruhodou) as he defended various clients to prove their innocence, defeat...
Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Justice For All Review
26 October 2007
Excerpt: Capcom's hilarious point-n-tap courtroom drama is back, and fans of the first DS outing for the long running series will be relieved to know that despite cautionary previews, Phoenix Wright is back on form.
Conclusion: THE VERDICT: I never thought a linear text driven game would be this much fun. It can be frustrating in points, perhaps due to cultural differences between the western gamer and eastern developer, but Phoenix Wright has more than enough character and dramatic story to warrant making this worth a...
Excerpt: The rookie Defense Attorney with serious cross-examination skills makes his second debut in his newest installment "Ace Attorney: Justice For All." The storyline picks up about six months after he's successfully won five big case victories and established himself quite a formidable reputation.
Excerpt: But, there are some new gameplay tools. In the time you spend investigating a case, you have a new weapon: Psyche-Locks. Using an item given to you by Maya, you have the ability see a visual representation of a person's lies. You need to unlock these by presenting evidence of their lies.