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08 Sep, 2010

Ace Attorney Investigations 2 announced

DS News | Time to grab those thinking caps again.
Famitsu has announced a sequel to the latest game in the ever-growing Ace Attorney series, Ace Attorney Investigations 2.

The scan from the Japanese magazine, as seen on Siliconera, confirms that Investigations 2 will once again star prosecutor Miles Edgeworth, Phoenix's friend and rival from the first three games in the Ace Attorney series. Additionally, it highlights that the Logic system from the previous game as well as mentioning details about a new game system that has something to do with Chess.

What could it mean? Those heading to the Tokyo Game Show will be able to find out, so we'll definitely know for sure by then.

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6 Comments
3 years ago
Say wahhh? Sweet! More Kay Faraday, more awesome music and more Ace Attorney!

As long as the last part of the game doesn't drag on for like... a bijillion hours, I'm looking forward to it!
3 years ago
No Ace Attorney 5? I really missed the court battles from Investigations, the arguments just didn't do it for me.

Now, if they find a way to combine the investigation sections with the court battles, that would make for an epic f****n game.
3 years ago
Fantastic, I'm hoping for bizare twists and turns as usual. Hopefully their is at least one court battle as it'd be intresting to see things as a prosecutor. Actually I was a bit dissapointed that we didn't see the final battle in court, loved the logic use and roaming was great.
3 years ago
looks like I have to finish part one before this. Love them all.
3 years ago
I looked at a similar title to this a while back.. maybe it's the Ace Attorney series that Adam is referring too but it just seemed too odd-ball for me at the time.. it does sound interesting but I'm curious as to how much actual puzzling/gaming there is compared to just Yes/No choices within a well told story framework.
3 years ago
light487 wrote
I looked at a similar title to this a while back.. maybe it's the Ace Attorney series that Adam is referring too but it just seemed too odd-ball for me at the time.. it does sound interesting but I'm curious as to how much actual puzzling/gaming there is compared to just Yes/No choices within a well told story framework.
The Ace Attorney games are absolutley terrible as games. The puzzles are often times completley random, and unless you think in the exact same way as the developers you're fucked. I can't even count the amount of times I've had evidence that would prove my client innocent that doesn't count cause it's not the one response programed into the game as being right. (Think the old school adventure games that have some of the most bugshit insane solutions to puzzles)

That said if you treat them like a visual novel they're brilliant. The first two games at least (I haven't played further) have some of the best writing In games I've ever seen.

If you like a good and funny story. Pick those games up now.
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