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Devil's Attorney is a turn-based strategy game set in the 80's where you play as Max McMann, a defense attorney that's high on charm but low on moral fiber.
Your objective is to free all of your clients and use the money you earn to buy accessories and new furniture for your apartment; boosting your ego and unlocking new courtroom skills in the process.
What's New in Version 1.0.2
Now compatible with iOS 7.
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I've had so much fun with this game. It's no ace attorney, but it definitely provides great entertainment. Max's comments are always witty and makes you always wonder "what's he gonna say next." There is also a colorful cast of characters which never disappoint. The strategy part of the game (the cases) make you think, which is hard to find in a game and they have varying difficulties (some are easy and some are difficult). You take on prosecutors with special abilities, witnesses, experts, coaches, and evidence. The difficulty is also heightened if you try to go for the bonus. After you've won your cases, you can use your money for either accessories or furnishing, both which will boost your court skills. There are some flaws, though. Your clients are always tried for crimes that they usually wouldn't get away with (hacking into federal govt, stealing a fighter jet) and the headlines for winning are a little cheesy, but the gameplay and humor in the game completely make up for it. From it's engaging strategy style, to its court skill boosts, to its spot on hilarity, Devil's Attorney is a must have. Stop reading this review and get the game.
Excellent puzzle game
I would call this more of a puzzle game than anything because you play both offense and defense; needing to know which opponent's to take out first is most important. Hard mode prioritized this most but lowering difficulty may be a good idea for beginners.
It would have been nice to know how the moves like cross-examine, are demonstrated with actual words, but it's not a big deal if you look into this as a puzzle game rather than an adventure game. The upgrade system to customize your apartment and fashion is cool but I wish it would show on Max's clothes in a fitting room rather than just his suit/tie in his face pic.
The game boasts with excellent, humorous dialogue. My favorite quote is by a prosecutor, "She's as guilty as she is unattractive." The intro is catchy with its 80's theme too, and may be worth the price of this game itself.
The writing and voice acting is perfect! Hilarious, witty, engaging. Art is nothing original, but still very well done. Gameplay is sort of like the casualness of a sim game combined with a turn based JRPG (without the adventuring). Fun and addictive without being too complicated. But still enough of a challenge to keep you interested.
I think if it weren't for the voice acting and writing in the pre-case banter, I'd get tired of the game after a while (even though each case is randomized to an extent and you keep getting new skills, the case "combat" is essentially the same throughout). But wanting to see how the relationships progress and hear the next bit of ridiculous humor keeps me enthralled!
- Category: Games
- Updated: Oct 04, 2013
- Version: 1.0.2
- Size: 327 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Anders Hejdenberg
- © 1337 Game Design AB
Compatibility: Requires iOS 4.3 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.