Truth, Justice, and the Kurain Village Way in Ace Attorney 2

I’ve alluded to the Ace Attorney series here quite a lot recently, but you’ll find something concrete over on Virtual Bastion: my take on the second game in the series: Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney — Justice For All. I this game!

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After what seems like f-o-r-e-v-e-r, I’ve finally completed Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Justice for All. Much like with the first game, I find myself in awe of the experience. I know that “awe” probably isn’t a word applied to many visual novel games, but there’s something pretty special about Ace Attorney, and I think it revolves around storytelling and character. As ridiculous as the games’ cases are, and as illogical as the case logic is at points, the game succeeds in crafting elegant stories despite the madness. And the same can be said of the games’ characters. As wacky as they can be, each of them is imbued with plenty of charm and heart, even the bad guys.

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3 comments

  1. Have you played Danganronpa? If you like Ace Attorney, due to the wacky cases, I am sure you would enjoy that series too.

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