Reviews and Problems with Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney
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Best to start off with
Apples and Cheeses, Amazon
8 February 2014
Summary: If you're starting this series, starting from the beginning is definitely best (as most games sometimes are). The newer games sometimes showcase characters from past games or make references to them, so starting off here and working to the latest feels like one big story (which it is.
Summary: This game is the beginning of the Phoenix Wright series and it is truly a great game. There are some silly moments and some serious moments that can leave you wanting more. This is a game that can leave you stumped and surprise you. Great game for people who like a brain challenge.
Summary: Phoenix Wright is a simple game that is split between court cases and investigations. You play as Phoenix Wright, a rookie attorney who is up against ruthless and powerful prosecutors. In this court system, the defendant is guilty until proven innocent.
Summary: This game brings back so many fond memories when I bought and played it years ago for only $20 brand new. I am not surprised to see its managed to hold its value since. The Ace Attorney series plays like a text adventure game, but the characters and humor make it a blast to play through.
Summary: This game pushes your mind to the limit as you try to solve murder cases using just a few clues. In this great game, you play as a lawyer who goes above and beyond to prove of his clients' innocence.
Summary: I bought this game because I heard that the Ace Attorney series are some of the best games on the DS, so I thought that I might as well try this game out. After I bought it, I thought that I would play half hour of it or so, to see what the games about, I played the first case, and I got hooked,now...
Summary: I was a little nervous about whether I would like this game or not when I received it as an early Christmas present. It turned out that it brought me endless hours of fun. This game is amazing. You are this attorney who just got out of law school and already you're in your first case investigating.