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While it’s since been accompanied by a series of sequels, crossovers, and spin-offs, the first Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy remains the most automatically straightforward and narratively cohesive collection of matches in the visual novel series to date. This compilation reflects the very first time that PlayStation and Xbox owners will be able to find a flavor of the Ace Attorney series’ wonderfully ridiculous new pun-filled courtroom drama, but a lack of any new supplemental content or gameplay alterations means it doesn’t make a persuasive case for returning lovers.

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney (visit: Inspection ), Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Justice For All (see: Inspection ), and Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trials and Tribulations (visit: Review) collectively amount to around 60 hours of gameplay, with each game broken down into a series of individual trials comprised of many days of crime scene analysis, court cross-examination, and also no lack of Phoenix Wright’s signature objection-raising desk slams.