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featured reviewMean Gene (3) on 19, Feb. 2008 16:08 (HKT)
One of the best Games I've ever played, A lot of brilliant cases, and with the new DS system, it rocks, I would recommend people to buy this.
- Japanese language support ONLY
descriptionGyakuten Saiban 4 is the forth installment in Capcom's popular Japanese court room simulation game. This release has been developed for the Nintendo DS™ and is no remake of previous Gameboy Advance™ releases.The game takes place seven years after Gyakuten Saiban 3 (so far only released on GBA™ in Japan) and is the first game in the series that no longer features Phoenix Wright (Ryuuichi Naruhodoh in Japanese) as the main character. This time, you take the role as Housuke Odoroki, a 22-year-old lawyer fresh out of school. His legal partner is a magician named Minuki, his mentor is named Garyu Kirihito, and his prosecuting rival is Kirihito's younger brother and famous rock star, Garyu Kyoya.Once again, your task in this game is to gather evidence, interview witnesses, and survey crime scenes to prove yourself. A new feature is the Minuku System. The bracelet on Odoroki's left arm can be used to zoom in on witnesses to gather information about them. It is used primarily in court to look for motions or actions made by witnesses that show nervousness, like playing with one's fingers. The move even comes with a new phrase, "SOKO DA!" which in English means "right there!"
|Official Release Date||Apr 12, 2007|
|CERO A (Free)|
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great game .... 10 out of 10....
Even know is not as good as the trilogy, still a great game!
good game play but is the weakest in the series.
A nice addition to the Ace Attorney series. Though the story was engaging, it didn't seem as much fun as playing Phoenix Wright, however I did find that Apollo grew on me. By the end of the game, you do feel quite attached to Apollo as a character and it's great to see more of him in Ace Attorney 5 Dual Destinies.
Simple story with another character. But you may find this interesting if you completed other Ace Attorney games
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