“Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney” (2001) is the perfect game for a handheld device. It requires little input and consists of more thinking and reading than anything else. 301 more words
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Trying something new this week; I felt compelled to write about my experience playing Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Dual Destinies (3DS), which I finished playing literally hours ago this very day. 1,732 more words
There is a Clear Contradiction In This Puzzle: Professor Layton Vs. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Review
Professor Hershel Layton is a British archaeologist who loves solving puzzles, along with his apprentice Luke Triton. It is a series of games developed by Level5, and there have been many games in the main series. 1,426 more words
Along with Grigg and John, I’ve always been pretty particular when it comes to fusion foods (Masterchef metaphor present because I’m too excited that it’s on again), and this particularity extends to their presence in the media, where we call them ‘crossovers.’ 942 more words
Mostly Gaming does it’s first cross-examination of a brand new game! Is this a puzzle worth solving?
Waaaay back when the 3DS was first announced, one of the biggest announcements was Professor Layton Vs Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney. 1,021 more words