Reviews and Problems with Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trials and Tribulations
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The Villain, Amazon
3 weeks ago
Summary: One of the best stories in videogames, and if you've been with Phoenix, Maya, and the crew from the first game until now, it might even make you shed a tear. Really great cases and a fitting end to a story arc that really began with the first game. One of my all time favorites. Newcomer prosecutor Godot is a fan-favorite, and it's easy to see why when you play this game.
Summary: As a law student, it might be a bit embarrassing to admit that I love the Phoenix Wright series, but I don't really care. This series is truly fun and phenomenal. This game, in particular, is probably the best of the games currently out, in that its plot, characters, and gameplay is top-notch. We are introduced to fun and interesting new characters, like the mysterious prosecutor Godot and the oddly named Sister Bikini, and experience Phoenix's "origins" story.
Summary: This has not aged well. I personally love this series and have so many fond memories of playing it. I just felt really inept this time out. Like the puzzles had become really unintuitive. I kept frequently consulting the internet to find out what I was supposed to do next. I was also stuck with going through the same narrative speeches over and over. In old games, like this one, characters always repeated themselves. I think games have become more refined.
Summary: With the 2 previous games Ace attorney and Justice for all I enjoyed most of the cases with the exception of one per game. In Trials and Tribulations I thoroughly enjoyed every case. The prosecutor introduced in this game is one of the best in the series so far, he has a great theme, backstory, and some great moments in court.