Phoenix Wright: Trials and Tribulations

Game: Phoenix Wright: Trials and Tribulations
Published by: Capcom
Developed by: Capcom
Formats: DS Format Played: DS

First review of the year goes to Phoenix Wright: Trials and Tribulations on the Nintendo DS. The third of the series starts as you playing as Mia who was Phoenix’s mentor who was murdered at the start of the very first game. The third instalment has five chapters unlike the second which only has one. The first and third case you play as Mia in the past and the last case links all previous cases together past and present.
Nothing new from the previous games but the third brings in new characters and some old legends too. This game does it’s best to tie up storylines and characters such as Mia Fey and Phoenix Wright and because of the release of Apollo Justice which was released in the UK before T&T, it looks like this is the end for Mr Wright as the main story character.

The game play is the same as the others with the return of the Psyche-Locks. The only change I would say there is in this game is taking control of Mia for two cases and something also in the last case.

Like I mentioned earlier, most of this game is related, and three of the five centres around a character called Dahlia Hawthorne. The second case features items and props from the Fey family and the third case sees the return of Maggey Byrde.

Godot is one of the main new characters and is a new prosecutor against Phoenix but he seems to know who you are. As you play the game and Mia’s old cases you can work out who he is very easily but I won’t spoil it for you inhere.

I would have liked this review to be longer but I can’t without giving anything away :(The cases are fun but nothing compares to the last case which is the best not only in this game but all games.



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