Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney
|Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney|
|Platform(s)||Game Boy Advance
|Release date(s)||Game Boy Advance
JPN October 11, 2001
JPN September 15, 2005
NA October 11, 2005
EUR March 31, 2006
AUS March 8, 2007
JPN December 23, 2005
|Genre(s)||Adventure, visual novel|
|Media||64 MB + 64KB EEPROM|
Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney is a visual novel/adventure game developed and published by Capcom. The game was originally a Japan-only Game Boy Advance title called Gyakuten Saiban. However, the Nintendo DS remake Gyakuten Saiban Yomigaeru Gyakuten was translated and released in 2005 outside of Japan. The DS remake features a bonus case called Rise From The Ashes which was not in the original GBA version.
- 1 Characters
- 2 Plot
- 3 Game System
Characters[change | change source]
Phoenix Wright[change | change source]
Phoenix Wright is the main protagonist of the game. He is a defense attorney who must prove that his falsely-accused clients are not guilty.
Mia Fey[change | change source]
Mia Fey is Phoenix's boss and mentor. She is killed in the second case. However, her spirit can be channelled by Maya and sometimes she reappears to give Phoenix help or advice.
Maya Fey[change | change source]
Maya is Mia's little sister. She is Phoenix's assistant. She is also a spirit medium and can sometimes channel Mia's spirit.
Miles Edgeworth[change | change source]
Miles Edgeworth is a prosecutor, and Phoenix Wright's rival. He is the prosecutor in every case in the game except for The First Turnabout and Turnabout Goodbyes.
Larry Butz[change | change source]
Winston Payne[change | change source]
Winston Payne is the prosecutor of the first case. He has appeared in every Ace Attorney game except Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Dual Destinies. He is normally the prosecutor of the Tutorial cases of each game.
Dick Gumshoe[change | change source]
Dick Gumshoe is a detective who is usually in charge of investigating the cases that Phoenix takes on.
Manfred von Karma[change | change source]
Manfred von Karma is the prosecutor in case 4 of the game, and is Edgeworth's mentor.
Plot[change | change source]
The game features 5 cases.
The First Turnabout[change | change source]
Phoenix defends Larry Butz, who is accused of murdering his girlfriend.
Turnabout Sisters[change | change source]
Phoenix's mentor, Mia Fey, is killed. Phoenix defends her sister, Maya Fey, who is accused of murdering her.
Turnabout Samurai[change | change source]
Will Powers, an actor who potrays the Steel Samurai, is accused of murdering Jack Hammer. Phoenix defends him in court.
Turnabout Goodbyes[change | change source]
A man is killed on a boat at Gourd Lake, and Miles Edgeworth is accused of the murder. Phoenix defends him.
Rise from the Ashes[change | change source]
Lana Skye is accused of the murder of Bruce Goodman. Her sister, Ema Skye, convinces Phoenix Wright to take her case.
Game System[change | change source]
The game is split into 2 segments, Investigation segments and Trial segments.
Investigation[change | change source]
During Investigation sections Phoenix visits the crime scene, looks for evidence that might be useful in the trial, and talks to witnesses.
Trial[change | change source]
Phoenix has to defend his client, and Cross Examine witness testimonies.