Yeah the end rubbed me wrong and ruined an otherwise perfect ending. Still the climax was incredible.
I just don't think Godot should have been executed, since all he did was defend a weak person. He SHOULD have been charged for covering the murder, but not executed for the murder.
Yeah I just finished T&T and the motive there was pretty weird too, especially because you were getting the vibe that Godot wasn't in the wrong yet he's still going to be executed. Still, the final cases were all very good but I guess I'm just critical when it comes to motive since I want it to all make sense.
Yeah his motive wasn't strong (they never explained why he wanted control over both the police and prosecution office to begin with), but he did have one.
Heh now that I think about it, none of the "final" criminals have good motives. Engarde was just an ass, I won't spoil T&T but the motive was weak too. AJ's was so stupid. Dual Destiny's...eh. AAI was Gant except worse. I'd say Von Karma too but AAI2 opened up a very interesting reason for Von Karma to commit everything.
AW is pretty damn great. Pure, addictive strategy. You can get any of them pretty cheap so if you wanna give hem a try you should go ahead.
Yeah, I'll be sure to. And yeah, I get that; I know he's an evil person and all but the motive didn't seem as strong as some of the other cases. And I've heard of advance wars [mostly good things], not too big on strategy games though so I've never checked it out.
Sami from Advance Wars, a turn based strategy game. You know, from the same people behind Fire Emblem.
Also I was reading over past VMs and I missed something you said. Actually, Gant did have a motive. Nothing against Neil Marshall, but he stumbled across the scene and saw Ema was in the middle of it, so he took the opportunity to commit murder and fabricate evidence to pin it on her, all so he could blackmail Lana to gain control over the prosecution office. I don't remember why he wanted the prosecution office though.
Yeah, that's the one. And I just finished today, the ending was really satisfying, hard to believe there's other games after that even. The trial got a little convoluted [or I've just played too much AA in the past few days] but the end was worth it.
Oh sorry I thought I'd VMd you lol, shame about Emma but in the end she's just a character in the game. Also so far in Ep 4 of Justice For All, I feel like they blew the rivalry between Wright and Miles into full force, and made Edgeworth seem like a jerk with Phoenix really hating him. Just struck me as weird since they seemed friendly at the last 2 cases of AA1.