Awesome game, a lot of fun but way too short. I understand why, they had all the characters actually voice acted, not just mumbles with subtitles so it would be hard to add a bunch of levels with a unique story and opponents, but it's just saddening. A lot of fun though. Only 58 cases or so, which sounds like a lot but some you can beat in under a minute. There's also a bit of a choose your own ending which I liked. Overall, pretty good, just short which drops it a star. But again, I understand.
62 people found this review helpful
This game has a ton of presentation and style but the game itself just isn't that fun. Very simple system of play a turn based battle then upgrade. No story other than the few lines that are said between attorneys when they bicker before a case... which is more of an attempt at comic relief than a story. The writing can be hit and miss in those moments but it was better than nothing. The music, artwork, and overall presentation are top notch though and are the highlight of the game.
121 people found this review helpful
This game needs DLC, the dialogue in court and after purchasing upgrades is well written and very humorous. Every upgrade "card" in home, chacter worn, or placed on a personal item has funny names for their effects and those effects are extremly balanced, better than any game I've played. The answers seem so simple but the path may not seem clear at first; however, after playing multiple times, there are many ways to finish the cases, but, the final case is certainly a well deserved plot twist.
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