That’s unlikely to stop Ms. Fey’s attorney, though. With five trial wins under his belt, Phoenix Wright is already gaining the interest of LA’s media, although his deep links to the Fey Clan and reliance on bluffs will not do his credibility any favours.
The puzzle designs, if they can be called that, are a little too shallow. Mostly it’s just a case of, “here’s a slightly different, slightly taller configuration of wooden poles to climb; let us know when you’re ready for some more.”
Moving your head (or the system) to get comfortable no longer results in an eye-f*cking double image and, whereas I never used to use the 3D on my old 3DS, I’m yet to turn it off on the new one.
This isn’t an action-packed, full-3D adventure with shooting and driving and swearing and, like, plane hijacking and all that. Phoenix Wright is an altogether more sedate experience, but that’s exactly what’s so great about it.
Much of the games’ second half involves surfing around an enormous, wide-open stretch of ocean… It’s not the dealbreaker it used to be, but do be prepared to have stress dreams about Tentacool and the colour blue if you play too close to bedtime.
I’d made it past the ten-hour mark before I thought, “OK, the story’s actually getting started now.” I doubt most people will stick with it that long, unless they’re a fan of visual novels, Professor Layton, Ace Attorney, or all three.