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Six games into this series and the one thing it does best is being consistent about telling a exciting story 0
The Ace Attorney series has been going on for quite a while at this point. I’ve tried to keep up fairly well but I’m way behind on this one. Which is too bad since this game has plenty of amusing or harrowing moments that kept me hooked till the credits rolled. First up let's get you caught up on the machinations of Phoenix Wright.Dramatic finger pointing is still on display in all of it's glory. We find our loveable lawyer on vacation in the land of Khura’in. A boy named Ahlb...3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
I've been a fan of the Ace Attorney series ever since the first one was released on the DS way back in 2005. The games in the series have been consistently funny and interesting (although Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney was, in my opinion, the low point of the series), and I've always looked forward to each new game in the series. Having said that, while Spirit of Justice was fun, and I'd recommend it to hardcore fans, it seems almost paint-by-numbers, despite some alterations to the formula. If yo...2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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