Reviews and Problems with Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney
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Minzoku Bokumetsu, Amazon
7 March 2016
Summary: The first thing you should know before playing a Phoenix Wright/Ace Attorney game is that these are effectively visual novels. Dialogue, dialogue, and MORE dialogue! There are some exploratory sections where you search for evidence to use later, but the core gameplay (at least in the puzzle-solving...
Summary: MAN OH MAN THIS old School Justice game Totally Blew My mind you have basically need to know ALOT about what happened and lot about the crime if you love a game that uses skills that are similar to CSI and Law & Order this game WOULD BE PERFECT!!!!!!
Summary: I bought this on the high reviews that people gave for this game. Because of that, I had high expectations for it. The game offers 5 cases (I'm in the middle of the third) and harkens back to the age of text RPG adventures of the olden days. Pros: The game is well thought out.
Good for afficionados of simple puzzle/logic-games
3 June 2007
Summary: I've been reading good things about the Phoenix Wright series for years now, and I was excited to finally get a chance to play one now that I have a DS. I'm a fan of puzzle/logic-based RPGs, so this was really the perfect game for me.
Summary: As others have observed, the Nintendo DS--through accident or design, although since the end result is the same, who really cares?--seems tailor-made for the sort of graphic adventures that so many of us grew up with before LucasArts decided to make its name churning out cookie-cutter Star Wars...
Summary: Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney is a fun game. It's that simple. Graphics (4 out of 5): I would say the graphics are on par with most DS games. They could be better, but they don't retract at all from the gameplay. They are fun and in the same style as games like Sprung and Under the Knife.
Summary: The Ace Attorney games are some of my favorites. You (generally) control Phoenix Wright, attorney, and this game covers his first cases as the lead defense attorney. Each case has you investigate a crime scene, talk to some witnesses, and your own client -- and then face off in a battle of wits in...