Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Justice For All

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Justice For All (逆転裁判2, Gyakuten Saiban 2, lit. "Turnabout Trial 2") is a point-and-click adventure video game developed and published by Capcom. It is the sequel to Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney, and was first released for the Game Boy Advance in Japan in 2002. The game was ported to Windows before it was updated and re-released worldwide on the Nintendo DS. The Japanese DS release is region-free, and features a Japanese/English language toggle at the main menu. A port for the Wii, based on the DS version, was also released via WiiWare. The game was released for iOS in 2013 and for Nintendo 3DS in 2014 as part of the Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy compilation.

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Resume control of Phoenix Wright, a defense attorney, as he takes on more cases while facing off a new rival prosecutor. Prove the innocence of Phoenix's clients as he gathers evidence and uncovers secrets with the new Psyche-Lock feature.

The legal system is pretty much the same as the last game. You don't need to learn about the real-life court system to get any ideas of what to expect, as it is self-explanatory.

Unlike the last game, each case after the first has 2 trial days rather than 3, so you can expect a shorter game than before. Your goal in each case is to find all of your clients not guilty. However, if you annoy the Judge too much, your client will be found guilty and a Game Over will occur. The game will stop at nothing for you to prevail and win every case, even if you make mistakes and fail a few times.

It’s a good idea to read through the Gameplay, Controls, and even the Characters pages before starting.

It's an even better idea to play the first game first, to catch up with the story and avoid spoiling the plot thus far. If you want to know what happened before this game you may want to go back and finish the first game - otherwise, go right ahead and begin!

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