Ace Attorney 3: Fry That Dollie!!!
Hah! It felt gooooooood frying that Dollie and her inconsistent (ever-shifting) testimonies in the courthouse. It was sooooo good, I couldn’t put the game down until I’ve successfully toasted her to a burnt crisp. Repeatedly. I should’ve been a lawyer. Hehe.
Anyway, on with the review. I’m writing the entire thing here…at least, until the Otaku Fridge goes back up. I’m currently on a vacation in…SECRET! And only brought my trusty Feenie (Nintendo DS) and Mi-Chan (Mac) with me.
EDIT: Otakufridge is up again.
Description (from the Ace Attorney website):
“The defining battle for justice is about to begin! Star as a defense attorney, who must prove a seemingly guilty client’s innocence no matter how dire the circumstances may seem. The complete story of Phoenix Wright comes together as players explore both the past and the present of the idiosyncratic lawyer. Collect evidence, survey crime scenes, weed through inconsistent testimonies and overcome corrupt agendas to ensure that justice prevails!”
Otaku Fridge Review Title: Intense!
The objectives and rules in Phoenix Wright, Ace Attorney: Trials and Tribulations have not changed since the second installation. In fact, it plays exactly like Phoenix Wright, Ace Attorney: Justice for All, a digital novel that oddly allows you, a defense lawyer, to investigate crime scenes so you can filch evidence for use against contradictory court testimonies. What really happens in Trials and Tribulations is that you delve into the histories of the people that have made so much of an impact in your career. If you had inadvertently made allies of your former nemeses in the previous Ace Attorney game, you will now need their powers of deduction to solve the most ground-breaking cases you’ll ever handle. In short: Trials and Tribulations’ force lies in its story…>> click here to read more at the otaku fridge. >>>