Phoenix Wright: Justice for All
This is the second game of the trilogy of Phoenix Wright, Justice For All, let me get you caught up to date on where we are as of this game.
In the first game you met young up and coming defense attorney Phoenix Wright, his boss the soon to be deceased hot delicious lawyer Mia (who keeps returning over and over again in spirit form possessing the body of her sister Maya) . After the first case to get your feet wet you must solve the case of Mia's death (and get her sister out of trouble as she is charged with her death), then your off to the studio
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In this game, after am introductory story where an amnesiac Wright must defend a troubled police woman charged with murdering her police boyfriend, you once again must come to Maya's defense (this time against murder charges stemming from the death of a channeling client with a long and dirty history of his own) which involves medical malpractice, death and non death and revenge. This chapter is unique because not only does the 70's hairstyle girl from the first game (who investigated during the Edgeworth Trial rumors of a
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Ah, this game is unique in that in features a new game mechanic (premiered in this case, the Psychic Locks), and expands on the gameplay seen in the first one.
After that while taking Pearls to the circus for her first trip Wright, Maya and Pearls are caught up in a murder mystery under the big top which is quite the mind bender. Then the final case which I admit I kinda forgot (but it'll be a surprise when you finally play it).
I love the Ace Attorney games. The mix of point and click, investigation and ultimately crime solving is sweet though even I admit that it's way hard to solve the cases at times and they have most vexed my mind in terms of solving them (even the first case gave my brain a workout).... And yes, I do admit I had to cheat a few times to progress but that doesn't mean I hate this game, it just means that this game isn't for the casual gamer... it will really give your brain a workout and really give you something to... and yes, that goes to replay value too because I played this first on the DS, came back
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So if you were looking for a new coat of innovative, I.e. voice acting or new cases or additional content or whatever) then this is probably going to disappoint you as this, like a majority of games here, are ports. Heck, they should have placed this with the retro games in the classic collection and made it a DS port because while they changed the game to make it compatible with the wiimote not much else was changed about the game itself, so it's more of a port than anything else... otherwise for a solid game it keeps a solid score and gets a nice 4 out of 5 (silver recommendation) out of me... of course, mind you, if you were not a fan of the DS version then the Wii version won't win you over since it's just the same game. The game mechanics may have changed but the game? It's still the same as before. No changes. OK. I am planning on jumping back to the first game in the near future, so review coming soon (stay tuned).
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