Nearly five years have passed since we took on the role of Phoenix Wright, the up-and-coming defense attorney that shook the legal world back in 2005 on the Nintendo DS (2001 on the Game Boy Advance in Japan). Only a few months back we were graced with the announcement of a brand new Ace Attorney game from Capcom. Though Phoenix held his own in the fighting ring a la Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3, getting back in the courtroom is where he’s most comfortable; cross-examining witnesses, finding contradictions, and spouting out catchphrase after catchphrase.
You want to read my review of Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney and discover if I enjoyed the rookie attorney’s first season. Well, you’ll have to head over to Splitkick.com where the article is hosted. Here’s the link…
I’m gearing up for the upcoming release of Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney: Dual Destinies by playing through the original games. I think after playing the first though, I won’t have to play through the others, as I have a good grasp on the series so far.
Wait, it says here that the other games are just as good as the first, if not better! I should probably play through the rest of the series and treat myself to more cases and crazy witnesses. I’m game.
In case you didn’t get that, check out my Vault Play of the first Phoenix Wright game here. Thanks!