The game plays smooth and looks amazing , but there is heavy stuttering during the videos. I dont experience such issues with Dual Destinies. UPDATE: Issue disappear if Sony's X-reality image enhancement is disabled.
I really love this game series. But i have a problem with the purchasing. I purchase it once and then refunded it. But i didnt get my money back so i try to purchase it again thought that since i didnt get my money back it wont charge me again. Turns out it charge me again! I really need help guys.
Not compatible with 18:9 displays. Part of the screen is cut off on the Pixel 2 XL, rendering the game unplayable. Please fix and I will rate 5 stars!
An excellent port of the best phoenix wright game since Trials and Tribulations. While it does have the dlc case, it's missing the asinine attorney dlc! There is also an annoying DRM check that requires WiFi every time the game loads which loses a star from me for it.
I just finished chapter 3, here's my thoughts so far: 1. The insight machanic is a lot more fun than the gimmicks introduced in AJ and DD. 2. The first two chapters have very predicable progression, mainly because vital evidence is given way before they are used in court. 3. I play the game on a Google Pixel with the latest Android software and I encountered frequent OS crash(every 10 minutes or so, crash occurrence seems random) in the second half of chapter 3. This also caused me to lose progress since last save. If you played any AA game, you'd likely save a lot. This is still incredibly annoying.
Works great on my Galaxy S7. Very sharp, crisp, and haven't run into any technical issues. Same engaging story, but in quad-hd. Controls actually work really well on a phone's touch screen. 3D models look as good as the 2D artwork on the older GBA\DS Phoenix Wright games in my eyes. But one very unfortunate thing is that this game requires an online check (not true on the iOS version from what I hear) to even get started playing, so for me it losses points there. I am going to be taking a trip soon and worry that I won't be able to play it on my near 12 hour flight. If there is no WIFI, I'm out of luck and can't play it. Depending on how this affects my experience, I may update this review. Still it is step in the right direction for these full-fledged titles are coming out on Android, so I'll still support it. But I may hesitate on making purchases on future games if they have the same type of DRM. Maybe if it checked every 8 hours or once a day, I'd be fine with it. As is though, I'd say if you aren't going to be around internet, I can't recommend it. Otherwise if you don't care, it is probably the best version of Spirit Of Justice available and still a fantastic experience.
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