New to the series? Please don’t start here - backtrack to the beginning, or else risk spoiling two games’ worth of delicate build-up. Not that you’d be the only newcomer - the ace up Wright’s sleeve, or rather up Wright’s opponent’s sleeve, is the brilliant new prosecutor Godot. After the rather tiresome whip-cracking theatrics of Franziska Von Karma, Godot’s quiet coffee sipping approach and woozy jazz theme is a much needed breath of fresh air. And he also makes possible the best Samuel Beckett gag ever to appear in a mainstream computer game.
And with that, your honour, we rest our case.