Ace Attorney: Phoenix Wright Trilogy HD
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Defend the innocent and save the day! Experience the original trilogy in clear, retina-quality HD graphics, and choose to play horizontally for larger backgrounds or vertically for one-handed ease!
"Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy HD" includes "Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney", Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Justice For All", and "Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Trials and Tribulations". Each of these three games can be purchased separately or all together in one bundle.
You can even play the first two episodes of "Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney" for free!
Join rookie lawyer Phoenix Wright in his quest to defend the innocent and find the truth behind 14 exciting cases!
Prepare for your epic courtroom showdowns by investigating crime scenes, collecting evidence, and questioning witnesses.
Use evidence and witness testimonies to your advantage as you battle to declare your clients innocent. Nothing less than a full acquittal will do in this court of law! Find the contradictions in witnesses' testimonies to expose the truth!
*You can fast-forward through sections of dialogue by holding your finger on the "Next Message" button.
*The games contained within are based on the critically acclaimed games for the Nintendo DS.
◆Supported Devices and iOS
Requires iOS 6.0 or later.
iPhone 4S and later devices
iPad 2 and later devices
iPad mini 2 and later devices
iPod touch 4th generation and later devices
*We cannot guarantee functionality on devices other than those listed above.
*You cannot purchase individual episodes separately.
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What's New in Version 1.00.06
Support for iOS10 added.
Fun, but could stand some improvements
I haven't played the DS originals, so I can't compare theses games to those, but overall these are fun "visual novels" that do give you some sense of participation. The characters and stories are fun and creative, and there's a surprising amount of humor sprinkled throughout.
The collection loses a star because there's no way to skip ahead when you're reading stuff you've already read before, and you'll find yourself doing that a lot in these games.
The "Apollo Justice" sequel handles this better by sometimes (but not always) allowing you to skip ahead or display text more quickly. There's no reason they couldn't add that feature to this trilogy.
Besides the sometimes-infuriating requirement of reading the same text over and over, the lack of a skip feature and/or any sort of text speed setting easily makes playing through these titles take at least twice as long, unnecessarily, as they would otherwise. And these are not short games.
There are numerous textual errors and cases where one character's dialog seems to be attributed to a different character, but these weren't show-stoppers. I assume they were carried over from earlier versions of the games.
Also, you may end up looking for online help in some spots where your next step is not clear.
The stories are fun enough that I stuck with it despite the frustrations.
Okay, so I played these games on the GBA (imports), the DS (North American Releases) AND the Wii (straight ports). And then I saw this and thought:
"Updated graphics? Retina display support? I'm sold!"
So, I bought the full bundle and started playing. Then I noticed something. The graphics AREN'T updated. They no longer look like sprites, and than means their movements, compared to the other options to play this game, are incredibly lame (and choppy). Sure, the larger screen, retina clarity and smoother lines are nice, but come on Capcom! Update everything or update nothing, cause people are going to notice! Overall, if you have any of the three options I named above, get those. If this is your introduction to the series, it's not great, just don't play the earlier versions or ports and expect the graphics on this one to be better. Overall, Capcom doesn't;t deserve any more of my money until they decided to "un-cancel" Megaman Legends 3...
The game has been great up until I got to "Rise from the Ashes." My God. This Case is broken to the max. The hit boxes are out of whack, the Court Record is messed up, the characters' lines are occasionally cut off, some dialogue options don't appear after showing evidence, etc. These glitches also appear in other cases (Rise from the Ashes was just the best example). In one case (I forgot which specific case), you have to meet Detective Gumshoe, but he doesn't appear in the place he's supposed, leaving the player stuck. Along with the glitches the "updated" graphics are choppy and poor.
- Category: Games
- Updated: Oct 20, 2016
- Version: 1.00.06
- Size: 396 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: CAPCOM Co., Ltd
- © CAPCOM CO., LTD. 2013 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
Compatibility: Requires iOS 5.1.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
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