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It’s been 20 years since Ace Attorney was released to the world (at least in Japan, you’re not because the English version won’t be available until 2005). very As old as this news makes you feel). After a teenage game, the series spawned an army of anime, movie, musical, and edgeworth-hungry fans.
In honor of everyone’s favorite crappy lawyer, Phoenix Wright, who has been around for 20 years, we asked you a nice reader, “What’s the best Ace Attorney game?” In your vote, we put together this list and solved the problem completely.
Do you like classics such as the original trilogy? Perhaps you are a purist and will never be better than the first game? Are you a fan of updated graphics for 3DS games like Spirit of Justice and Dual Destinies? Or do you like spin-offs like research and Professor Layton vs. Ace Attorney and go against convention? (((And of course, there’s a secret answer: Ghost Trick by the same director, Shu Takumi, is the best Ace Attorney game …).
The following order is updated in real time according to the corresponding user rating for each game in the Nintendo Life game database. Even if you read this, it is completely possible to influence the following rankings. If you haven’t rated your favorites yet, click the “star” for the game you want to rate below and assign a score now.
the publisher: Capcom / Developer: Capcom
Phoenix and Apollo have been in the limelight for a long time, and now it’s everyone’s favorite moody, Miles Edgeworth, to grab the mic. The investigation will use Edgeworth’s strengths to resolve the case, but this time it will not appear in court. Go out on the streets and actively investigate crime scenes, witnesses, and potential perpetrators.
The survey is full of tragic stories and tragic results, showing a very adult, emotionally deep new direction in the series. Not everyone likes it because it’s different from the original series, but it’s the same difference that everyone else loves.
The fourth game of the Ace Attorney series, Ace Attorney: Ace Attorney Putting you in the position of a new prestigious young lawyer, soft reboot the series with a seven-year time skip, lots of family mysteries, and a scandal about one Mr. Phoenix Wright. As a striking departure from the Phoenix-focused story so far, Apollo’s first appearance is disruptive, but some very cool twists when he defends this experimental entry. Make it something to remember.
The Spirit of Justice is as great as Wright’s early adventures, with incredible writing, satisfying gameplay, and irresistibly clever court dramas. The highland Himalayan environment is fresh and enjoyable, more than just window dressing. The thrilling Divination Séances are a great addition to the theme, and the new characters are more impressive than any other character in the series. Khura’in’s habits create both fun virtual tourism and a constant source of twisting forensic culture shock. Whether you’re a longtime fan or a first-time criminal, no further deliberation is needed — this is a court date you shouldn’t miss.
the publisher: Nintendo / Developer: Level 5
Professor Layton vs. Phoenix Light: Ace Attorney It offers a very engaging and enjoyable experience to satisfy fans of both franchises. It’s a crossover that looks completely natural to experience. The individual parts are fun and entertaining as usual, but probably a bit below the contemporary exceptional standards of the main series. There is a protracted feeling that we could have been able to explore further gameplay innovations to blend the two brands. These are small complaints about the grand plan of a long adventure, but Level 5 and Capcom did a good job. The end result is another 3DS title that illustrates much of what makes Nintendo’s portable hardware and support software stand out. It offers heartwarming, accessible fun, and hours of entertainment.
the publisher: Capcom
As always, it ’s wonderfully witty, Phoenix Light: Ace Attorney-Dual Destiny Another great entry in the Ace Attorney series. Full of humor and new luxury personalities, thanks to Capcom’s localization and the excellent skills of the screenplay team, Phoenix Light fans will find a lot of fun. The addition of some minor gameplay will hone some of your research and court experience, but like any other visual novel, you really play in story, character development, and Gobsmack plot twists. Yes, this will keep you screaming “objections” until the novel falls.
Also, this is what you get to protect the orca.
The second of the DS trilogy of Ace Attorney game (originally appeared in Game Boy Advance in Japan), Phoenix Light: Ace Attorney-Justice for Everyone Take the baton from the first game and run it with it. The new psychedelic mechanism was the only real addition. Players can unleash these mental barriers by asking witnesses and finding clues related to the secrets they contain.
This is the middle part of the overall story — gathered together as a whole Phoenix Light: Ace Attorney Trilogy About 3DS and Switch — But as a short and sweet court visual novel, this Chapter 2 is still one of the best.
The first of the GBA / DS trilogy, this is a game of wit and humor that evaluates the intellect of players and greatly rewards their achievements.It’s full of moments when you’re surprised or wrinkled by your achievements when your case begins to fall around you, and these moments make Phoenix Light: Ace Attorney It’s a lot of fun to play years later. Nothing beats the pride and sense of accomplishment you get from a “not guilty” verdict. The Ace Attorney series is great enough to make starting from the beginning the only logical course of action. Go to court with you!
Great Ace Attorney Chronicles is two great games at one price that not only offer more of what we love, but also visually, narratively and historically deeper than ever. .. There are a few learning curves that we have to master to accommodate the current game, but to be honest, we couldn’t find a better version of the game we’ve been hoping for for years.
The third game in the Ace Attorney series was originally released on the GBA in Japan, but is moving west through the DS in 2007 (and the series has since been most of the other you’d like to mention. It decorates the platform). The culmination of the original trilogy, Trials and hardships Put you back in the position of a nifty defense counsel for a complex incident and another round of supernatural Shenanigan.
Sure, these games can be played right now on Switch, but the prestigious lawyer’s visual novel works well on virtually all platforms (with the exception of WiiWare, there’s a job to get that version these days. ). If you like to go through them on the DS, we won’t dispute you.
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