History VideoGame / PhoenixWrightAceAttorneyConflictOfInterest

10th Sep '16 2:32:32 PM RighteousFury
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* IronicEcho: At the end of ''Turnabout Consequences'', if Phoenix [[spoiler:proves Pearl's motive in shooting Maya]], Williamson praises his decision, referring to him as "less of a damn hypocrite" than Williamson himself. At the end of ''Turnabout into the Unknown'' in that same route, Williamson once again refers to himself as a hypocrite when he reveals to Phoenix that [[spoiler:he forged a piece of evidence in order to put Mendirez away for Jimmy's murder]].
10th Sep '16 9:40:34 AM RighteousFury
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* ChekovsGun: TheReveal at the end of ''[[VisualNovel/ApolloJusticeAceAttorney Apollo Justice]]'' that [[spoiler:Apollo and Trucy are half-siblings]]? It allows Trucy to [[spoiler:use Apollo's bracelet to search witnesses for "tells" in their testimonies]] during the events of ''Turnabout into the Unknown''. [[spoiler:[[IgnoredEpiphany Of course, she still has no idea ''why'' she's able to do it.]]]]

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* ChekovsGun: TheReveal at the end of ''[[VisualNovel/ApolloJusticeAceAttorney Apollo Justice]]'' that [[spoiler:Apollo and Trucy are half-siblings]]? It allows Trucy to [[spoiler:use Apollo's bracelet to search witnesses for "tells" in their testimonies]] during the events of ''Turnabout into the Unknown''. [[spoiler:[[IgnoredEpiphany Of course, she still has no idea ''why'' idea]] ''[[IgnoredEpiphany why]]'' [[IgnoredEpiphany she's able to do it.]]]]


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* EarlyBirdCameo: [[spoiler:Franziska von Karma]] can be seen in the background visiting [[spoiler:Maya]] in the hospital with Gumshoe during Case 4 before briefly taking over for Williamson as prosecutor during Case 5.
10th Sep '16 4:22:54 AM SereneSpecter13
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** Sir Gallante’s killings are rather brutal for an ''Ace Attorney'' game, although game refuses to directly show you any of his victims’ bodies. But then, go and read again the detailed autopsy report of Michael Rivales and try to imagine how his corpse must've look like.
** The victim codenamed "Rosencrantz" in ''Turnabout into the Unknown'' had their face so badly smashed in with a shovel that the body was unidentifiable without dental records (and even then, the teeth were scattered all over the place). Players never seen the body in this case either, though if Phoenix's reaction is anything to go by, it's definately a horrible sight.

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** Sir Gallante’s killings are rather brutal for an ''Ace Attorney'' game, although the game refuses to directly show you any of his victims’ bodies. But then, then again, go and read again the detailed autopsy report of Michael Rivales and try to imagine how his corpse must've look looked like.
** The victim codenamed "Rosencrantz" in ''Turnabout into the Unknown'' had their face so badly smashed in with a shovel that the body was unidentifiable without dental records (and even then, the teeth were scattered all over the place). Players never seen see the body in this case either, though if Phoenix's reaction is anything to go by, it's definately a horrible sight.



* StoryBranching: Case 5 will have at least two paths, [[spoiler: Depending on wether you choose to prove Pearl's motive or not at the end of case 4]].

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* StoryBranching: Case 5 will have at least has two paths, paths. Which one you follow depends on the answer you give to the question at the beginning of the case: [[spoiler: Depending on wether you choose to Did Phoenix prove Pearl's motive or not at in the end of case 4]].previous case?]]



* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: A major point gets brought up later in Turnabout Consequences that neither most players nor Phoenix ever considered at the beginning of the case [[spoiler:Where was Pearl during the shooting?]]

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* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: A major point gets brought up later in Turnabout Consequences that neither most players nor Phoenix ever considered at the beginning of the case case: [[spoiler:Where was Pearl during the shooting?]]
6th Sep '16 10:43:52 PM BigKlingy
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* GoryDiscretionShot: Sir Gallante’s killings are rather brutal for an ''Ace Attorney'' game, although game refuses to directly show you any of his victims’ bodies. But then, go and read again the detailed autopsy report of Michael Rivales and try to imagine how his corpse must've look like.

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* GoryDiscretionShot: GoryDiscretionShot:
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Sir Gallante’s killings are rather brutal for an ''Ace Attorney'' game, although game refuses to directly show you any of his victims’ bodies. But then, go and read again the detailed autopsy report of Michael Rivales and try to imagine how his corpse must've look like.like.
** The victim codenamed "Rosencrantz" in ''Turnabout into the Unknown'' had their face so badly smashed in with a shovel that the body was unidentifiable without dental records (and even then, the teeth were scattered all over the place). Players never seen the body in this case either, though if Phoenix's reaction is anything to go by, it's definately a horrible sight.
2nd Sep '16 4:07:51 PM Joel32AK
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* [[AllOrNothing All or Nothing Gambit]]: [[spoiler:After a certain point in the first part of ''Turnabout Consequences's'' trial, Obadiah dares Phoenix an all-or-nothing chance to not only find a solid reason, on top of having to prove the motive, as to why someone would do something as illogical as channel Dahila Hawthorne, knowing the danger Dahila poses. From that point on, Phoenix cannot afford to make any mistakes, as one slip-up would land Iris in prison. Oh, and let's not forget the AwesomeMusic playing whilst trying to counter this argument of Williamson's.]]

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* [[AllOrNothing All or Nothing Gambit]]: [[spoiler:After a certain point in the first part of ''Turnabout Consequences's'' trial, Obadiah dares Phoenix an all-or-nothing chance to not only find a solid reason, on top of having to prove the motive, as to why someone would do something as illogical as channel Dahila Hawthorne, knowing the danger Dahila poses. From that point on, Phoenix cannot afford to make any mistakes, as one slip-up would land Iris in prison. Oh, and let's not forget the AwesomeMusic AwesomeMusic[[note]]The developer of the game calls it ''Obadiah Williamson ~ Arguing for Justice'', its' actual name is [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=goGJQa9XKzg "Rose at Eclipse"]] by NemesisTheory.[[/note]] playing whilst trying to counter this argument of Williamson's.]]
27th Aug '16 7:39:16 PM Sengi
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-->'''[[spoiler: Mendirez:]]''' (When asked about [[spoiler: Luciano's identity]] He's [[spoiler: the doctor]].

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-->'''[[spoiler: Mendirez:]]''' -->'''Yossarian''' (When asked about [[spoiler: Luciano's identity]] He's [[spoiler: the doctor]].



-->'''Obadiah:;;; [[spoiler: Dreisan?!]]

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-->'''Obadiah:;;; -->'''Obadiah:''' [[spoiler: Dreisan?!]]
27th Aug '16 7:37:41 PM Sengi
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** Another line, this time from the present case:
-->'''[[spoiler: Mendirez:]]''' (When asked about [[spoiler: Luciano's identity]] He's [[spoiler: the doctor]].
-->'''Phoenix:''' [[spoiler: Th- The doctor?]]
-->'''Obadiah:;;; [[spoiler: Dreisan?!]]
22nd Aug '16 7:39:49 PM Joel32AK
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** [[spoiler:Phoenix manages to win this gamble by claiming that the reason that anyone would dare summon Dahliah was to '''kill off Maya Fey'''. The person who would do it? '''Makoto Fey''', who goes by the stage name of '''Gladys Porter'''. When did Gladys do that? '''Between the 2nd and 3rd shots, more specifically, AFTER the second shot.''' How can this accusation be smacked onto Gladys? Because, while Gladys has an excuse for the 1st and 2nd shots, she does not have one for the third. Proof? '''Gladys had planted a recording bug'''. For some reason, however, Gladys refuses to elaborate on why, thus resulting in another investigation being necessary, even if Obadiah thinks Phoenix is lying.]]

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** [[spoiler:Phoenix manages to win this gamble by claiming that the reason that anyone would dare summon Dahliah was to '''kill off Maya Fey'''. The person who would do it? '''Makoto Fey''', who goes by the stage name of '''Gladys Porter'''. When did Gladys do that? '''Between the 2nd and 3rd shots, more specifically, AFTER the second shot.''' How can this accusation be smacked onto Gladys? Because, '''Because, while Gladys has an excuse for the 1st and 2nd shots, she does not have one for the third. third.''' Proof? '''Gladys had planted a recording bug'''. For some reason, however, Gladys refuses to elaborate on why, thus resulting in another investigation being necessary, even if Obadiah thinks Phoenix is lying.]]
22nd Aug '16 7:39:09 PM Joel32AK
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** [[Phoenix manages to win this gamble by claiming that the reason that anyone would dare summon Dahliah was to '''kill off Maya Fey'''. The person who would do it? '''Makoto Fey''', who goes by the stage name of '''Gladys Porter'''. When did Gladys do that? '''Between the 2nd and 3rd shots, more specifically, AFTER the second shot.''' How can this accusation be smacked onto Gladys? Because, while Gladys has an excuse for the 1st and 2nd shots, she does not have one for the third. Proof? '''Gladys had planted a recording bug'''. For some reason, however, Gladys refuses to elaborate on why, thus resulting in another investigation being necessary, even if Obadiah thinks Phoenix is lying.]]

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** [[Phoenix [[spoiler:Phoenix manages to win this gamble by claiming that the reason that anyone would dare summon Dahliah was to '''kill off Maya Fey'''. The person who would do it? '''Makoto Fey''', who goes by the stage name of '''Gladys Porter'''. When did Gladys do that? '''Between the 2nd and 3rd shots, more specifically, AFTER the second shot.''' How can this accusation be smacked onto Gladys? Because, while Gladys has an excuse for the 1st and 2nd shots, she does not have one for the third. Proof? '''Gladys had planted a recording bug'''. For some reason, however, Gladys refuses to elaborate on why, thus resulting in another investigation being necessary, even if Obadiah thinks Phoenix is lying.]]
22nd Aug '16 7:38:48 PM Joel32AK
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* [[AllOrNothing All or Nothing Gambit]]: [[spoiler:After a certain point in the first part of ''Turnabout Consequences's'' trial, Obadiah dares Phoenix an all-or-nothing chance to not only find a solid reason, on top of having to prove the motive, as to why someone would do something as illogical as channel Dahila Hawthorne, knowing the danger Dahila poses. From that point on, Phoenix cannot afford to make any mistakes, as one slip-up would land Iris in prison. Oh, and let's not forget the AwesomeMusic playing whilst trying to counter this argument of Williamson's.]]
** [[Phoenix manages to win this gamble by claiming that the reason that anyone would dare summon Dahliah was to '''kill off Maya Fey'''. The person who would do it? '''Makoto Fey''', who goes by the stage name of '''Gladys Porter'''. When did Gladys do that? '''Between the 2nd and 3rd shots, more specifically, AFTER the second shot.''' How can this accusation be smacked onto Gladys? Because, while Gladys has an excuse for the 1st and 2nd shots, she does not have one for the third. Proof? '''Gladys had planted a recording bug'''. For some reason, however, Gladys refuses to elaborate on why, thus resulting in another investigation being necessary, even if Obadiah thinks Phoenix is lying.]]
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