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TheTimeDevourer 07-16-2007 06:42 PM

Well, anyone has seen this great game? I recently bought it and I'm completely addicted. Post you opinions, commentaries, thoughts, objections, etc about this game here.

olesia 07-16-2007 07:14 PM

Recently played through Ace Attorney and Justice for All, and both were pretty fun - though those "case 4s" are always such, such crack.

I love the prosecutors: Edgeworth and the Von Karmas are just made of win.

Somewhere on Newgrounds there's a parody called "Phoenix Wrong", where people take clips from the game and add in random pop-culture audio, and the ridiculously well-done lip-syncing makes it wonderful.

TheTimeDevourer 07-16-2007 07:46 PM

I've seen those ^_^. Yep they are pretty fun.

I also agree the prosecutors are awesome (Not Payne, though he is funny). I haven't played Justice for All, but I've read about Fransizka von Karma.

TorqueSmacky 07-16-2007 11:17 PM

I have both. I took my sweet time with #1 because I figured it was the only one America was getting. Now I'm still on case #5 on game #1, and game #3 comes out in about a month or two. Careful what you wish for, I guess.

Hey, to give this topic more discussion, who's your favorite PW character?

TheTimeDevourer 07-16-2007 11:28 PM

So far I'd say Edgey. ^_^
I can't say why, though. I guess it's because it's the most interesting character. I mean, no one (except for Gumshoe) ever answer "Name and occupation" the first time he asks for it. You just gotta love this guy, he's way too cool.

HeroicSpikeSpiegel 07-17-2007 03:11 AM

PW is pretty much the best game ever. I can't wait for 3 to be released ...in America!

elementalshark 07-17-2007 08:47 AM

I began this game on Friday, on the car ride home from camp. Today, four days later, I'm on the last case. I'm neglecting the two other games I'm working on to play.

It's scary how addicting it is. I only have the first one so far, though.

As for my favorite character...I can't choose one, I'd say. If it was top two, I'd say Phoenix and Edgeworth, but picking just one is hard. Phoenix alone is cool, Edgeworth alone is cool, but put them together and they are totally amazing. (I have this thing for rivalries, friendships, and all those relationships and how they change. I think it might be partially because I'm a sucker for drama.)

wrexness 07-17-2007 04:05 PM

Ditto. I loved the first two, and am waiting on pins and needles for the third.

Finalxflash 07-17-2007 05:40 PM

only a month and a half until PW3!!! WOO!

*runs around screaming*

Retlor 07-17-2007 06:05 PM

Edgeworth pwns all others. I almost died from his sheer aura of coolness when he showed up in PW2 case 4.

olesia 07-18-2007 02:58 AM

>_> I want to get a cell phone, and then set the ring-tone to the ring-tone version of the theme from The Steel Samurai.

I'll try to avoid spoiling, augh, but the whole "Mystery of Edgeworth" plot line from Justice was just so... frustrating and tense for me. I actually shook my DS in rage when I'd conclude each case and appear to get nowhere closer to the answer, and started paraphrasing Abridged!Tristan.

Case 4 was just... wow. So intense. The music for these games rocks so much, too.

The bit characters are awesome, too, like Larry Butz and Wendy Oldbag and PEARLS is adorable (and I usually hate adorable).

Darf 07-18-2007 03:18 AM

I'm looking forward to the third game. Justice for All was a nice 'more of the same affair', but it lacked the flair of the first games and felt awfully lukewarm. Two things especially bugged me: they didn't retcon anything to imply that From the Ashes actually happened (which justifies Edgeworths departure from the prosecutors office a lot better) and there was no additional trial added to the DS version as in the first game.

The final trial of JFA was rivetting to read, but it wasn't nearly as challenging as From the Ashes, or even Turnabout Goodbyes from the first one. You just kinda... read it. As gut-wrenching as it was. Also, on the 'extra' bit of the ending if you get the right thing to Edgeworth at the end made me sniffle. I feel no shame in telling you that.

I've heard horrible things about the fourth installment of the game, but I'm holding judgement till I actually get a looksee for myself.

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