February 6, 2013 in Phoenix Wright: Justice for All, Video Games AWESOME! by FFSTV
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Deltamelon said on February 6, 2013
Case 2-4 is one of my favorite cases of the entire series. Of course, like Fraser, mentioned, it may simply because the rest of JFA is crap. However, if I do recall correctly, this IS one of my top three favorite cases of the entire series, alongside 3-2 and 5-5. This playthrough may change my opinion, though–hell, it’s kinda hard to like it in the beginning, what with a combo of two scrappy characters at once (Oldbag and Lotta).
Damon Gant said on February 7, 2013
5-5? Ho! You obviously don’t mean that awful case in Little Worthy’s game! I wasn’t even in it! You must have some connections with Capcom, and somehow got to try the last case of the upcoming Wrighto game! Ho! Yes! This must mean Capcom finally got their brains back and gave me a comeback! I’m going to throw a pool party to celebrate!
Shinmaru said on February 8, 2013
I have no idea why people keep saying JFA is crap. The first case is perfectly fine and is a better first case than the original’s opener. (But, to be fair, that’s because 1-1 is designed to really ease people into the game, whereas I think 2-1 assumes a bit more experience on the player’s part.) The problems with the second case are also vastly overstated; there are definitely confusing parts, but no more than the average case. The third case IS crap, but not so much that it drags down the whole game.
Deltamelon said on February 9, 2013
Okay okay, I suppose you’ve got a good point there. Case 2-1 isn’t half bad now that I think about it; I can only assume that people either ‘forget’ about 2-1 when judging JFA or they don’t feel it’s up to standards, but they forget that 2-1 is the introductory case for JFA, where it still needs to show you the ropes and because of that can feel a bit drawn out.
I will, however, still assert that 2-2 isn’t very good. The few logic problems aside, it simply WASN’T AN ENJOYABLE CASE. Most cases have something that sticks with you, but Ini was annoying and they shoved in Lotta for good measure. Honestly, the first mistake the writers made with that case was deciding to have a COURT CASE revolved around SPIRIT CHANNELING, which is ridiculous even by Ace Attorney standards.
Mini (by her viewpoint) was drugged by Grey to get rid of her and end her screwing up in his hospital, causing an incident where her beloved sister was killed and Mini ended up having to impersonate her dead sister just to live a normal life; she killed for vengeance, which is understandable assuming Grey DID drug her, but it’s never told one way or another. Acro’s brother was turned into a vegetable because of the innocent but oblivious Regina, and she never fully grieved for the very incident she caused; after losing his brother, Acro then unintentionally kills the only man who’s ever shown him love and compassion. What these cases did was attempt to make you feel sorry for the guilty party, and have you question “What IS ‘justice’?” But JFA, in my opinion, did a terrible job of doing that.
Jmalm said on February 7, 2013
I actually gave Powers an irish accent for my playthrough. With a wimpy touch.
mrbiofan12 said on February 7, 2013
I think the murder is miss. Oldbag,I mean she tired to kill you several times!
Kwad_rat said on February 7, 2013
Adrian Andrews should have had a voice of GLaDOS.
Little Frashy! I can’t believe this! You did something so disgusting on this episode, and didn’t even care! In part 71 (around 21:00), you guys start to reminisce about the last case in the first Wrighto game, and didn’t even mention me once! Me! The Chief of Police! At least at 21:44, Ryukagey99 tried to mend the madness you fools were causing (he mentioned my name)! I’m sorry Little Frashy, but that was a serious offense to the highest degree! If Ryukage99 ever starts his own show, I’m going to watch that one instead, because he obviously knows what a show’s priorities should be! I’m Unsubbing! Ah! Hah! Ha! *clap* *clap* *clap*
Julzo said on February 7, 2013
I don’t think many schools teach cursive or handwriting anymore. I think I did many one or two classes learning the basics of handwriting but that’s all.
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