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#1 Posted by AlisterCat (5522 posts) -

@fattony12000 said:

Oohh, the next Civ game for £22.50? That sounds pretty alright!

Yeah but Civ 5 was kind of a mess at launch... for months. I still bought it just now anyway... so I should blame myself.

#2 Edited by AlisterCat (5522 posts) -

The steam price is showing £29.99 for me.

@zlimness said:

Go for the third option: £24 Steam code with the 20% Off coupon

There's a 25% voucher valid until monday.

Edit: here is the code: GMG250-FFSELE-CTED00

I got Fable Anniversary for £16 and Civ for £22.

#4 Posted by AlisterCat (5522 posts) -

I made the same mistake. Also made the mistake with the DLC as well. I tried the suggested method to connect but no luck. Am I just screwed out of that stuff?

#5 Posted by AlisterCat (5522 posts) -

Just finished it and the ending was too abrupt for my liking, but I like that it wasn't exactly a happy ending either. There has been a lot of bickering in this thread whereas I feel you can take away from the ending what you want.

Joel made a selfish decision. Some people would have done the same thing. I wouldn't have, and I was angry at his selfishness, but I don't have to agree with the choices fictional characters make. He's not my surrogate.

#6 Posted by AlisterCat (5522 posts) -

At some point doesn't Pheonix Wright just propose that the in-game world adopt a tribunal system for handling criminal prosecutions?

Yep. It's the entire crutch of Apollo Justice and the culmination of 7 years of work for Phoenix Wright, but they pretend that it never happened as soon as the game ends.

#7 Posted by AlisterCat (5522 posts) -

@bisonhero: I think it's another case of exaggeration to make a point even if they do have strong powers. In investigations 2 von karma manipulates the crime scene with police supervision. It's supposed to be ridiculous and feel like injustice.

#8 Posted by AlisterCat (5522 posts) -

I only have objections. Get it? I'm so funny.

#9 Posted by AlisterCat (5522 posts) -

With Dual Destinies on iOS I might check that out and post my thoughts. Seems a better fit than the first trilogy.

#10 Edited by AlisterCat (5522 posts) -

@oni: I don't think it's any more far fetched. The 3DS game is in some ways more frustrating because the entirety of Apollo Justice is about changing the legal system and it is completely forgotten about as soon as the game finishes. They figured out the problems, implemented a test for a new system and then never discussed again.