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Phoenix Wright is back as the second game in the popular Ace Attorney hand-held franchise comes to the WiiWare service.

As Phoenix Wright, you'll play through four shocking new cases in first-person perspective. The game features two unique game play modes. In Investigations Mode, you'll survey crime scenes, interview witnesses and gather evidence. You'll then present findings, listen to testimonials and examine witnesses in Court Mode. JUSTICE FOR ALL also includes a new "Psyche-Lock" feature that allows Phoenix to use a line of questioning to reveal inconsistencies in witness testimony.

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Posted by Spencer McIlvaine

“Sustained!”

This second game in the Phoenix Wright series brings more of the same intriguing puzzle solving game play mixed with addictive storytelling that made the first game a runaway success when it was released. And like the first game, Phoenix’s second outing...

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User Comments (6)

MrPinguy

#1

MrPinguy said:

The weakest of the "Phoenix Wright" arc.
But it have the best case of the series, the final one, you don't know what is right or wrong to do...

Yarox

#4

Yarox said:

I enjoyed the first one that recently came out on Wiiware, so I cant wait for this second game to come + the 5th case from the first one.
Insta-download for me 3.

jhuhn

#6

jhuhn said:

Wow, this release got a sooner date than we thought and on President's Day in the US and Family Day in some provinces in Canada.

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