Basically, Miles Edgeworth struggles to find meaning in his job as a Prosecutor. As Miles figures out his life choices, he becomes entangled in a series of cases where he meets new and old characters alike. Every character he meets and cases he handles test his resolve to continue his path towards finding the truth.
Just so we’re clear, this is not an official English release. Unfortunately, Capcom doesn’t have any plans of releasing Gyakuten Kenji 2 overseas. But luckily, there’s a fan translation to allow us, players, to play this game.
I think I only mentioned it briefly in my previous Ace Attorney post years ago, but I did play the 1st game. It’s been a while so I already forgot most of it, but I think I have a good impression of the series (other than ogling Miles lol) at the very least. So why only play this now? Thanks to playing the demo of AI Somnium Files, I feel like playing something that involves investigations and crimes and all that shizz. And there’s only one game that comes to mind.
It took me 3 years before I got around to playing the DLCs. 😱
So I got 3 cases, the change of outfits for Phoenix, Athena, and Apollo, and the pixel themes which are included with the cases. I don’t really care about the rest of the DLCs aside from the trials. Nick’s outfit though 😂. If you haven’t seen them, here’s a video from Megaman NG from Youtube:
Let’s start with the Asinine stories. To get this out of the way, these extra contents are “what-if” scenarios only and everything that happens is just for the heck of it. Each content is only about 30minutes long.
Awesome Possum posts consist of random internet finds. Any blog posts, articles, videos, podcasts, anything under the sun will be included here. To be clear, this won’t only include games or manga. It will be anything and everything. Some posts may not be necessarily posted this week, but I’ve only discovered about them this week.
Game Info Title: Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Spirit of Justice Platform: Nintendo 3DS
Same old Ace Attorney. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Spirit of Justice contains colorful characters, comedic scenes, and plot twists within plot twists. It has a good story but lacks the punch to make it the best.
How are you? Have I been missed? Gawd, I so miss writing and posting stuff on this blog. More so, fangirling. >_>
But, uh, I kinda feel bad breaking my promise not to post any stuff here before graduation. ^^;; Hope you won’t be disappointed with me.
Anyway, ever since I’ve been on hiatus, life hasn’t been good to me. School stuffs have been trying to kill me by piling up every second. Unknown to me, I’m slowly slipping into emo mode. The solution I can think of: games. But I don’t have a freaking console (my parents forbid me to have one before). I had to bug them to buy me one, not just anything but a Nintendo DSi. For some reason, I ship it more than the PSP (no offense to fans). So I play with it whenever I come home from school or to cool my head or to relax when I am reviewing. I rarely open my laptop and surf the net, so playing with my DSi is a good alternative.
So far these are the games I enjoy playing (yes, I play with them almost simultaneously. Alas, haven’t finished any of them. XD):
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