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.
Ah cool, looks like I have a lot to look forward too then. On the subject of bonus cases, the case with Lana and Ema Skye was fantastic. Jake Marshall and Ema Skye are probably my 2 favorite characters so far. One big snag though was that it never really gave a motive or anything as to why Gant killed Nick Marshall, which bugged me. Aside from that it was great.
There's nothing about the DL-6 case in the first game. Von Karma will appear but eh. Investigations 2 does actually have a pretty cool case that's linked heavily to DL-6 but Capcom didn't localize that one. And yeah the circus case is often regarded as the worst in the series, but don't worry, the one after it (the one you're on) is absolutely amazing and commonly referred to as the best case in the series. And I agree. The twist is really crazy.
Dual Destinies is great but it's not paced as well as the original trilogy and I'm iffy on the criminals. The DLC case is the best one, though.
Damn, I was hoping to go against some defense lawyers who stack up to the von karmas [maybe Hammond's son or something]. The game really romanticizes the side of the defense and gives the prosecutor a bad rap. As for worst case in the game, the circus case in Justice For All was a little annoying to get through, I beat it last night and I'm on the Nickel Samurai one now. How's Dual Destinies? I watched the trailer and it seems pretty cool.
Can't say I remember any crazy twist (for the last case anyway), it wasn't s crazy as AA1 and AA2 anyway. AA3 has my least favorite last case in the trilogy actually, but it was still very very good, and the rest of the game is very consistent in quality.
Ace Attorney Investigations...you'll just get very mixed response. Personally I say it's worth it, but don't go in expecting the same court room drama. Instead, expect a very quirky detective story that shouldn't be taken seriously at all. The story is nonsensical, but it makes it up with the characters.
Yeah, solid so far, been playing more of Phoenix Wright and NCAA Football though when it comes to gaming. And yeah, I heard T&T had a crazy plot twist or something [dont know about it though, so that's good]. Is the Miles Edgeworth one worth getting at all?
Pretty good so far, and I'm sorry to hear about that, hope you're doing alright haha. Also, I finished the first 2, waiting for T&T to come through Amazon. What's the game you're talking about? And Kid Icarus is pretty good, Nintendo really put a lot of work into it with the weapons, stages and multiplayer for sure.