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Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trials and Tribulations
8.1 out of 10

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trials and Tribulations

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Overall 8
7.5
Gameplay 8
8.0
Graphics 6
6.0
Sound 9
9.0
Lifespan 7
7.0

Phoenix Wright Ace Attorney: Trials and Tribulations review

Wii's World
8 May 2011
  • Conclusion: Phoenix Wright Ace Attorney: Trials and Tribulations is not only the longest game in the Wright series, it is also the best and well worth the asking price of 1,000 Wii points. With the best writing, characters and story, it is definitely a fitting send off for the lawyer who can always turn things...
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Overall 9
8.5

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trials and Tribulations

ztgd.com
25 January 2011
  • Excerpt: A video game featuring ethical Lawyers? Why, it must be from Japan, but is it […]
  • Pros: + Great character development and design, + Individual cases are not repetitive and are interesting to solve, + In what can be a sea of sameness, Phoenix Wright is one of a kind
  • Cons: Backgrounds can be a bit flat, Maya needs a mute button
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Overall 9
8.5
Gameplay 8
8.0
Graphics 7
7.0
Sound 7
7.0
Control 8
8.0
Addiction 7
7.0

Phoenix Wright Ace Attorney: Trials and Tribulations

Nintendo World Report
31 May 2010
  • Summary: A fantastic courtroom drama filled with some technical shortcomings.
  • Pros: Accessible gameplay, Great story and characters, Inventive logic puzzles
  • Cons: Gimmicky Additions, Outdated presentation
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Overall 8
7.5
Gameplay 8
8.0
Graphics 6
6.0
Sound 9
9.0
Lifespan 7
7.0

Phoenix Wright Ace Attorney: Trials and Tribulations review

Wii's World
16 January 2009
Overall 7
7.0
Graphics 8
8.0
Sound 9
9.0
Control 6
6.0
Addiction 7
7.0

Phoenix Wright, Ace Attorney: Trials and Tribulations Review

Cheat Code Central
10 January 2009
  • Summary: We don't object to Phoenix's latest, we just wish it brought something new to the court room
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Overall 7
7.0
Graphics 8
8.0
Sound 9
9.0
Control 6
6.0
Addiction 7
7.0

We don't object to Phoenix's latest, we just wish it brought something new to the court room

Cheat Code Central
15 December 2008
  • Conclusion: It actually sort of makes sense to think of Trial and Tribulations as an expansion pack--a 20+ hour one--to the original. For those who've been yelling "objection" into their DS since 2005, then we definitely recommend Phoenix's latest, as long as you're not expecting anything new.
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Overall 9
8.6
Gameplay 9
8.5
Graphics 8
7.5
Sound 8
8.3
Storyline 9
9.3
Control 10
9.8

Expert Review

RPGFan
24 October 2008
  • Excerpt: Who would've thought a quirky lawyer sim would win over so many gamers back in 2005. The gameplay was nothing special, but there was a ton of charm to the characters, and we were hooked. Fans waited until January 2007 to play the beloved, spiky-haired lawyer once again.
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Compelling courtroom drama promotes reading.

Common Sense Media
22 October 2008
  • Summary: Parents need to know that because the game takes place in a courtroom and deals with crime as its subject matter, players will be exposed to mature topics including death (by electrocution), theft, assault, poisoning, and jail.
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Overall 8
8.4
Gameplay 9
8.5
Graphics 8
7.8
Sound 9
9.0
Longevity 8
8.0

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Trials & Tribulations

NowGamer
10 March 2008
  • Summary: Everyone's favourite lawyer returns for a final time before Apollo Justice takes the stand
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NDS Review - 'Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trials and Tribulations'

WorthPlaying
1 March 2008
  • Summary: The defining battle for justice is about to begin as animated characters and cliffhanger storylines come to life in a courtroom where anything can happen. The complete story of Phoenix Wright comes together as players explore both the past and present of the idiosyncratic lawyer.
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