Reviews and Problems with Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trials and Tribulations
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My 11 year old loves this series!
Carrie Rogers, Amazon
29 October 2013
Summary: My kid started playing Phoenix Wright when he was 10. Last year we were in line at the grocery store when he asked me, "When can a contract be altered and how?" We had a little chat about contract law and what's involved in changing a contract. A woman behind us in line asked how old my kid was and where did he go to school. Then she said she didn't remember contract law coming up in 4th grade. My kid then explained to her about Phoenix Wright video games.
Summary: I totally got hooked on the Phoenix Wright games when i played the second one, now i've got all three to play. They are so much fun. It was a fast delivery and everything was like it said in the description. Great game series, i'd recommend it to anyone out there who like mysteries and puzzle games.
Summary: If you're a fan of Phoenix Wright, this is a must have. Admittedly, the second game in the series, had some "meh" cases, but that's not the CASE here (no pun intended). These are easily the most thrilling in the series and while the game has its share of annoying characters that come with every Phoenix Wright game, all of the characters have never had as much depth to them as in this game.
Summary: I like the Phoenix Weight series a lot. The witty and sharp dialogue, the weird characters, the references to pop culture, and the twists and turns. The Phoenix Wright games are like good books. Good, interactive books which you have to yell into to object, and books that penalize you for accusing the wrong suspects. With a game like this, however, there is little the developers can do with each sequel to refresh the gameplay, other than add new characters, and cases.
Summary: With the Nintendo DS still being a unique handheld found on the market, the type of games can be a little diverse and some range from rhythm (Elite Beat Agents), FPS's (Metroid Prime Hunters), minigame collections (Cooking Mama) or simulation (Nintendogs). Another one that crept up as the more story-based games where it wasn't so much as playing the game but rather having a story unfolded in front of you and knowing how to advance it.
Summary: I have not yet played through all five cases, but so far it's everything that's good about Phoenix Wright: interesting twists and turns, entertaining characters and that great feeling of being on a roll as you poke yet another hole in the witnesses' testimony. In the second game I felt the music was not as strong as the original, but number three is a return to form with much catchier tunes...
The Phoenix Wright trilogy ties up the loose ends.
J. Klein "#1 out-of-context quote of all-time..., Amazon
11 March 2008
Summary: Phoenix Wright: Trials and Tribulations does everything right that it has done in the previous two Phoenix Wright games. However, it doesn't do anything new. The game still features Phoenix Wright, everyone's favorite defense attorney, and the return of some of the wacky characters to bring you another series of cases and the conclusion to the ongoing mystery of Misty Fey and the master of the Kurain Channeling Technique.
Summary: ok phoenix has a flash back new prosecutor ect. ect. this game is an improvement over the last but ITS STILL FOR BRAINY LAW SCHOOL PPL. the only new improvements is a new prosecutor, one flashback to phoenix and mia's past(that I know of so far) and three of the trials are not bloody murder's(if you call that an improvement you need help) but they did step up the hilarity, and in one trial people are involved that no one else can see so all and all this is a good game...
Summary: This game has very pleasantly surprised me. I bought this game as a newcomer to the series, and thought that it was going to be FULL of spoilers from the previous games, but so far all of what has happened in past games has been kept secret (apart from some random character appearances). I simply LOVE doing the court parts of the game, its over-the-top, addictive and FUN.
Trials and Tribulations: Fun though difficult at times.
22 April 2010
Excerpt: "...series which follows defence lawyer Phoenix Wright as he tries to prove his client's innocence. It's interesting, comical and has a good game play length though it unfortunately does not have any replay value. I really enjoyed this though. There are five cases in this game and if I explained each one then I'm sure I'd end up slipping in a spoiler by mistake. The cases each have something connected to the two earlier Phoenix Wright games (Ace ...
Pros: Graphics, storyline and game play .
Cons: The music can sometimes be aggravating . No replayability .