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Phoenix Wright: Justice For All - Nintendo DS

by Capcom
Nintendo DS
Teen
4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (94 customer reviews) 3 answered questions 76 / 100

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  • Play from first person perspective through four shocking new cases
  • Two distinct gameplay segments - In the Investigation Phase you'll survey crime scenes, interview witnesses and gather evidence that will be used in court; in Court Phase, you'll present findings from the investigation to support your case, listen to testimonies, examine witnesses, and determine fact from fiction so you can prove your client's innocence
  • New Psyche-Lock feature -- when they keep the truth under lock & key; in order to break them down, successfully open their locks with a series of correct questions or catching them on their inconsistent testimony
  • Build up your life bar by successfully opening a witness's Psyche-Lock
  • Present incorrect evidence or following misguided attempts to break Psyche Locks, Phoenix's life bar will go down

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  • ASIN: B000JLL3UQ
  • Product Dimensions: 4.8 x 5.2 x 0.8 inches ; 4 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: January 16, 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (94 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,484 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Manufacturer’s warranty can be requested from customer service. Click here to make a request to customer service.
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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The second game in the popular court room battle series from Japan introduces four new cases featuring new characters plot twists and gameplay features. Players resume the role of Phoenix Wright a defence attorney who must prove his client s innocence against the toughest of odds and most ruthless of adversaries. Players must exercise their legal prowess as they collect evidence examine witnesses analyse testimonies and seek the truth to ensure that justice prevails. The game is characterised by its memorable characters engaging storylines and unique gameplay format all presented in a comical anime style.Features:Play from the first person perspective through four shocking new casesTwo distinct gameplay segments:- Investigation phase survey crime scenes interview witnesses and gather evidence that will be used in court- Court phase present findings from the investigation to support your case listen to testimonies examine witnesses and determine what is fact from fiction so you can prove your client s innocenceNew Psyche-Lock feature some witnesses may be keeping the truth under tight lock and key (aka the Psyche-Lock state) so in order to break them down successfully open up their Psyche- Locks with a series of correct questions or catch them on their inconsistent testimonyNew life bar represents Phoenix s status in court by presenting incorrect evidence or following misguided attempts to break Psyche Locks Phoenix s life bar will go down; the only way to regain this stat is to successfully open a witness s Psyche-LockUse the DS touch screen to navigate the game s interface and become deeply involved in court room proceedings by using the microphone to yell Objection Take that and more!Colourful cast of characters include both new and familiar facesFormat: NINTENDO DS Genre: ACTION/ADVENTURE UPC: 013388320066 Manufacturer No: 32006

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32 of 33 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Phoenix returns to another famous victory January 16, 2007
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Phoenix Wright returns to the DS after a year's absence. This time round, he's no longer a rookie defense attorney. Instead, having achieved some seemingly impossible victories in the courtroom last time round, he's now quite a celebrity. Which is why, when a policewoman is charged with murdering his fiancé, she turns to Wright for help. Unfortunately, just before the trial, he was attacked by an unknown assailant. He wakes up with amnesia, and is then pushed straight into court to fight the case. An impossible case again, perhaps? Not exactly, because by examining every piece of evidence, pressing every statement from the witnesses, and pinpointing every contradiction that are present, the ace attorney has return to yet another famous victory.

The above basically sums up Phoenix Wright's premise. Justice for All, which begins soon after the end of last season's sleeper hit, employs primarily the same gameplay features from its predecessor. The game is still divided into two parts - investigation and trial. During investigation, you will still go from place to place, talk to NPCs, and gather clues. During trial, you will still press witnesses, present evidence and, more often than not, bluff your way through. Nothing really changes here when it comes to the basic nature of the gameplay.

Capcom does attempt to make things a little more varied though with the new, but rather tedious "Psyche-Lock" system. This time round, secrets that are guarded by NPCs (even your allies) are typified by on-screen locks. These prevent important conversations from happening. You will need to gather enough information before you can unlock these Psyche-Locks. A wrong deduction will expectedly lead to loss in health, even during the investigation stages.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Game With Tons of Future Potential February 26, 2007
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
It took my having to read a half dozen gaming reviews before I decided to buy this game. I'm not in any way disappointed.

The entire plot device for each of the four cases is text based, but the humor and anime inspired graphics support a style of gampeplay that can grab your attention and keep it.

There is some mental adjustment you might need to make. The first case is meant to help you understand the gameplay, and the difficulty doesn't truly get to full steam until about 1/4 of the way through the second case.

Once you've adjusted, you're in for a treat. Every clue you come across, every name mentioned, and every minute detail presented will make you want to store it in your long-term memory in case it turns into a vital clue during the court proceedings.

There were times where I would get frustrated with how the "legal process" played out, with the overly submissive judge and backhanded actions of the prosecution, but this just speaks to how impressive the script writing is. I never felt they were just being lazy, it was just a part of the Phoenix Wright world.

You are able to quick save, with only a few points where you are not allowed. I would find myself randomly saving, since you are unable to speed through dialogue the first time you are presented it. Therefore, if you lose your case near the end of the proceedings and are forced to go back to the beginning, you're looking at a lot of time being forced to sit and wait for dialogue to finish scrolling. While this can indeed be cumbersome, it makes you learn to take your time and think through everything instead of just randomly guessing at what the key piece of evidence is.

While the four cases will take up plenty of your time, the re-playability is definitely limited.
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28 of 34 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Great Concept - Some Minor Problems February 9, 2007
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
If you enjoy thought-involving puzzle games, Phoenix Wright Ace Attorney - Justice for All might be perfect for you. You have to pay attention to the clues and know when to trip up the witnesses to get to the truth.

First off, understand that this isn't about fast clicking or bright colors. This is a game of patience. There is a LOT of dialogue to page through and read. You have to keep track of the situation that's going on, just like in a case of Law & Order. When did the murder take place? What was located at the crime scene? You get penalized for presenting wrong evidence, and you only get so many failures before the judge gives up on you. You have to pay attention and know what stands out as being wrong.

There are only four cases here, but each one is fairly long - even the first one that helps to train you on how the system works. You start out with amnesia which gives your team excuses to help you out. Of course, it's *really* unbelievable that when you try to tell the judge why you're having problems, he won't even listen! Surely no judge would say "Oh you have amnesia? Too bad, present your case."

There are also situations where it's clear what you *want* to say, but because you're stuck clicking on little icons, you get told that you put in the wrong piece. I don't want to give away game clues of course, but in one early situation you are trying to present evidence that someone was afraid of police. There are two different items that can do this, but only one of them "counts".

It seems unlikely that a real judge would say "Well you didn't wave the right thing at me the first time, so I'm setting a killer free". Other games like Law & Order or CSI handle this quite differently so it's still a puzzle, but not quite as "gamey".
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great Game!
Fan of Phoenix Wright? Just buy it already.
Published 9 days ago by Amanda Holley
4.0 out of 5 stars Fun game
This is one of my favorite games. I had never played these games before but I'm glad I did. The stories are fun and interactive and there were some interesting plots.
Published 1 month ago by Rabb
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
Daughter loves the games.
Published 1 month ago by CINDY
4.0 out of 5 stars Four Stars
My grandson was pleased.
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Published 4 months ago by Frrrosty
5.0 out of 5 stars ... second installation of the Ace Attorney series does not disappoint...
The second installation of the Ace Attorney series does not disappoint as Phoenix Wright encounters new and old friends and foes alike, including the first appearance of the... Read more
Published 4 months ago by Sunny
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
Got this for my daughter and she loved it.
Published 7 months ago by Bishie_Kaichou
5.0 out of 5 stars Great shipping anf quality!
I got the game in a timely fashion. And it was in great condition. if you are looking to play the phoenix Wright series I suggest try the free cases on the apple App store. Read more
Published 7 months ago by Eric Steven Manuel
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