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Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney (Nintendo DS)

Platform : Nintendo DS
93 customer reviews

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  • Play five intriguing cases
  • Two distinct gameplay segments: investigation and court
  • Colourful cast of characters
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Game Information

  • Platform:   Nintendo DS
  • PEGI Rating: Ages 7 and Over
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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  • Product Dimensions: 13.2 x 12.4 x 2 cm ; 159 g
  • Release Date: 31 Mar. 2006
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (93 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 5,021 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

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Phoenix Wright, a rookie defence lawyer with the wildest cross-examination skills in town. Take on five intriguing cases to reveal dramatic, stunning, and even comical court proceedings. Use both the dual screen and touch screens to investigate crime scenes, question witnesses and present shocking evidence.

In all five cases, players defend clients accused of murder. Courtroom scenes carom at a tennis-match pace as magna-style action slashes back and forth, the prosecution and the witness on the stand. After the prosecutor concludes the interrogation, they'll cross-examine, picking apart the testimonial sentence by sentence, demanding further explanations and slapping down evidence to reveal contradictions.

Although the scenes can be intense, they're never entirely serious. The writing is very clever, which is key for such a talky game. Histrionic mangastyle touches like sweat drops the size of bowling balls and bug-eyed double-takes underscore the tomfoolery.

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33 of 33 people found the following review helpful By leonardo on 19 Mar. 2006
Every now and then one of those japanese games that no one thought would come to our shores get translated and released here, Phoenix wright is one of those rare examples.Phoenix eright is a remake of a GBA title buy the name of Gyakuten Saiban (loosely translated as "reversal judgment")
So, what really is PWAA? Well, it's basically a point-and-click adventure game that is set in a legal background. As rookie lawyer Phoenix Wright, you'll take on five cases in this game, which includes four from the first Gyakuten Saiban game, as well as a brand new case that was created with the features of the DS In mind.
Each case takes place in two platforms- investigation and court, the investigation part sees phoenix investigating the crime scene and talking to witnesses, the game will pick out relevent peices of evedence from the crime scenes and it will be up to you to find out why these peices of evedence are relevent.
One of your best wepons in court is your court record, the court record holds all important information and evedence collected for example if you get your hands on a autopsy report you dont see a summery of it unless you look in your court record. The game also likes to turn small peices of evedence in to that crutial peice so you should take heed that a screwdriver, for example, could turn out to be that one clue that nails the truth for you in court.
During court procedings you will come face to face with with witnesses that will make or break your case. Every testomy will have some weeknesses and if you can find these weeknesses you can exploite them turning the case in your favor.
The controlls for this game are really simple infact you can controll the entire game via the touch screen, want to move to another area?
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Tara on 17 Feb. 2007
Pheonix Wright, no exaggeration, has to be one of the best games I've ever had the pleasure of playing on the DS. It's just brilliance in tiny, DS game form :)

Ok so, my story goes, I brought this game months after it was released, at a discount price - and really only buying it because the draw of being able to shout 'OBJECTION!' into my DS mic was too strong to resist.

So I got it home, switched it on and hey guess what? Turns out it's addictive as heck and I get three hours sleep that night ;)

To me, the main thing that makes a game is the characters. If a game has a brilliant plot and gameplay but you hate the person you're playing - you're simply not going to enjoy it as much.

Luckily there's no chance of that happening on Pheonix as the game's littered with a whole cast of vivid, lovingly-created characters.

The main person you play - Mr. Pheonix Wright himself is instantly likeable (crazy, spiky hair n all) and you really feel yourself getting behind his cases.

There's much detective work that needs to be done during each case, and it's fun Nancy Drew-ing about and following leads but where the game really shines is in the courtroom.

It's mental in there.

Shouting 'objection!' into your mic and revealing evidence with a smug 'so - how do you explain this?' to a testy witness are some of the most satisfying points of the game.

The game contains five cases all in all, which, I know, doesn't sound much, but believe me, the cases are long and can take many hours to complete. And although the first four cases are great - the fifth is by far the best as it was specifically designed for the DS. This means interactive play!
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43 of 45 people found the following review helpful By J. Allen on 1 Jun. 2007
Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney. On the face of things, the game might not sound that interesting. I mean, how can you spin out a game about lawyers into an intriguing, engrossing and utterly addictive adventure with a truly lovable and mildly parodic cast, and storylines that will easily get you shouting "Objection!" along with our hero?

Well, Capcom have done it. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney is, without a doubt, in my opinion the best adventure game ever released. Forget your Discworlds and your Zorks (LOL), Phoenix is here to stay. Let's examine the things that make Phoenix so amazing:

-The graphics. Although perhaps not 3D and as beautiful as some of the titles available for everyone's favourite dual-screen (yeah, the Tiger one), the graphics are crisp, colourful and get the point across just fine. Besides, the graphics for the fifth case on this game-created exclusively for DS, as opposed to the other four, which are GBA ports-contain 3D parts which easily rival most of the handheld's games. The court is colourful, the characters have an array of amusing poses depending on their current situation in the witness stand, and the locations you visit really make you feel as if you're there with Phoenix, examining the crime scene (which lawyers technically aren't supposed to do, but who's complaining?)

-The music. Phoenix Wright has some of the most amazing music I've heard from any game. While the synths used to create it might not be among the most advanced or cutting-edge, the music is atmospheric and definitely helps to enhance the atmosphere that the game gives when a tense situation arises in court. From happy ditties to tense pulsing electronics to humour-riddled theme tunes, Phoenix's music is going to make your blood run again.

-The stories.
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