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Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney

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Platform: DS
Genre: Adventure
Developer: Capcom

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11/15/2005

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Reader Reviews

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney review

Reviewed November 02, 2007

arkrex says: "What would the world be like without lawyers? An inhospitable wasteland full of creeps? Or an amicable society free of backstabbing SOBs? Either way, everyone knows that you can't live them, nor can you live without them. "
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Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney review

Reviewed February 26, 2006

galactus21 says: "As a child, adults would commonly ask about a child’s aspirations in life. Certainly, nobody would answer that they aspire to be a garbage disposer or a manager at a local fast food chain. Most answers would consist of being lawyers, doctors, psychologists, etc. Unfortunately, as children grow up their lack of effort in school also diminishes. Not everyone can be a lawyer or a doctor, but luckily for those that couldn’t get into law school, Capcom has decided to meet the needs of the unlucky. En..."
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Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney review

Reviewed March 28, 2006

mrchupon says: "Capcom wants to teach us about Japanese lawyers. According to the house that Captain Commando built, we can come to understand a few things about the lawyers we'd find milling about Akihabara district, and the legal system in which they operate: "
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Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney review

Reviewed August 17, 2006

phediuk says: "The concept of Phoenix Wright is simple: you are a lawyer. Or, to be more specific, a defense attorney. Your job is to save your client from conviction--they're always innocent of the crime--and invariably find the real perpetrator, who is always caught during their own testimonies declaring the defendant's guilt. The game becomes predictable in a hurry. But it's entertaining, it has some inspired moments, and there's no other game quite like it. Until Phoenix Wright 2 is released, that is. "
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Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney review

Reviewed September 10, 2007

sashanan says: "It is completely linear, it involves a lot of reading, it has an annoying bit here and there where you're wondering how to convince the story to move along, and once you've finished it, any replay will be precisely the same...and I'm still absolutely in love with it. "
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Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney review

Reviewed October 16, 2006

woodhouse says: "Throw out every rule and procedure of the criminal justice system. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney is a clever DS graphic adventure that forgoes the tedium of writs, motions, and the chain of evidence in favor of timely investigations and more expedient trials. Proceedings here are limited to three days, juries are nonexistent, and the accused is always presumed guilty. All that stands along a defendant’s path to a life sentence are a bloodthirsty prosecutor, an addlebrained judge, a handf..."
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