The New Phoenix Wright Ace Attorney Trilogy Review
April 9th, 2019
CAPCOM Co., Ltd.
Enjoy 14 episodes in total.
Over 6.7 million copies of an adventure game were sold worldwide.
Save your helpless clients.
Investigate the enthralling secrets that each case conceals.
Experience the excitement of combat as you fight to save your innocent clients in a court of law like Phoenix Wright. In this beautiful compilation, you may play all 14 episodes from the first three games. Capcom has made one of the best visual-novel masterpieces named Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy, which was launched on April 9th, 2019.
Phoenix Wright is the long-awaited conclusion to the iconic courtroom adventure series, which has sold over 6.7 million copies worldwide. Experience the excitement of combat as you fight to save your innocent clients in a court of law like Phoenix Wright. In this beautiful compilation, you may play all 14 episodes from the first three games. Investigate the intriguing secrets behind each case and see for yourself what the final truth is.
The fascinating people, dramatic trials, and the Investigation that continuously forces you to revise your guesses are what make the Ace Attorney games a masterpiece. Each case is exhilarating to unravel due to a large number of individuals, each with their ambitions and objectives, a feature that is matched by the intricate storylines that build on each other in a gratifying way (The third game in particular). For me, the quirky characters and their interactions/dialogues are the highlights of the games that kept us entertained throughout. Aside from the obvious peaks of game-play found in the trials, learning how specific people feel about other characters or how they interpret certain events made investigation feel less tedious. We won’t go into detail, but the puzzles and explanations are top-notch, to say the least; the game isn’t particularly challenging, but every contradiction you uncover gives you a sense of accomplishment.