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Phoenix Wright Ace Attorney: Justice for All review

Tricky witnesses, evil prosecutors and explosive legal drama make a strong case for this courtroom comeback

Even with its flaws, Justice for All is a stellar follow-up to the unlikeliest hit of 2005. The charm and clever logic puzzles are still here, and the cases deliver the same charge-back-from-the-edge-of-defeat rush that made the first game so cool. Whether you're a fan of the original or a newcomer to Wright's bizarre legal world, you won't be disappointed.

Even with its flaws, Justice for All is a stellar follow-up to the unlikeliest hit of 2005. The charm and clever logic puzzles are still here, and the cases deliver the same charge-back-from-the-edge-of-defeat rush that made the first game so cool. Whether you're a fan of the original or a newcomer to Wright's bizarre legal world, you won't be disappointed.

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GenreStrategy
Description

Phoenix's second collection of four cases of off-the-wall courtroom drama is coming to WiiWare soon.

Franchise nameAce Attorney
UK franchise nameAce Attorney
PlatformWii, DS
US censor ratingTeen
UK censor rating12+
Release date16 January 2007 (US), 16 March 2007 (UK)

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