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3DS Review: Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney

December 13, 2017 by  

Apollo gets his 3DS remake, but is the court still in session?

I’m a huge Ace Attorney fan, although I still have a few entries to catch up on…much to my shame, one of which was Apollo Justice and finally I had the chance to get my hands on it with this shiny remake. But just what is it all about?

This is the fourth game in the series and the first developed specifically for Nintendo 3DS and sees a change of direction for the storyline with the introduction of new defence attorney Apollo Justice and a host of new characters. Players star as rookie defence attorney Apollo Justice as he visits crime scenes, questions key witnesses and collects vital evidence before stepping into the courtroom to prove his clients’ innocence. Facing Apollo across the courtroom is the highly talented and flamboyant prosecutor Klavier Gavin who, in addition to being a legal genius, is also lead singer with Gavinners, a highly successful rock band with a string of hits to their name.

The game follows the same formula as past Ace Attorney games, in by which you gather clues at a crime scene and defend your client who is usually being accused of something like murder, but with a crazy cast of characters and plot twists that takes the rulebook and throws it away. It’s a pretty insane series, but one that needs to be played. I was worried that I wouldn’t like Apollo Justice as much as Phoenix Wright and while Apollo kind of fades in and out of the franchise afterwards, is a worthy addition to it.

The cases are intriguing, mystifying and baffling as always. That’s the beauty of Ace Attorney, you know it’s going to be nuts and Apollo Justice is no different. As a remake, it looks like it has got the same treatment as the previously released Phoenix Wright Trilogy on the Nintendo 3DS eShop. In other words, it’s had some nice improvements to it’s visuals and audio, but little else sadly. It would have been nice to get something new like an extra case, but it’s still a highly enjoyable and worthwhile addition to the 3DS library.

The Verdict

Nice visual and audio improvements make this 3DS remake of Apollo Justice a must-have. Some new content would have been nice, but it’s still a steal at it’s price and must be downloaded now. What are you waiting for? Court Adjourned!

Score: 9.0

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