History VideoGame / PhoenixWrightAceAttorneyConflictOfInterest

3rd Feb '18 3:04:05 PM Viira
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* AllOrNothing: [[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[[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.]]
** [[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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* AllOrNothing: [[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[[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.]]
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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.]]



* ButThouMust: Surprisingly averted in Turnabout Consequences. It's up to player if they decide to [[spoiler:cover for the real culprit or to expose the truth]]. Both choices lead to [[MultipleEndings different endings]] and will have repercussions in the final case.

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* ButThouMust: ButThouMust:
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Surprisingly averted in Turnabout Consequences. It's up to player if they decide to [[spoiler:cover for the real culprit or to expose the truth]]. Both choices lead to [[MultipleEndings different endings]] and will have repercussions in the final case.



* TheDogWasTheMastermind: Who is Sir Gallante, the criminal-murdering serial killer? [[spoiler: It's none other than Virgil Black, the jobless friend of Wayne Parker.]]

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* TheDogWasTheMastermind: TheDogWasTheMastermind:
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Who is Sir Gallante, the criminal-murdering serial killer? [[spoiler: It's none other than Virgil Black, the jobless friend of Wayne Parker.]]



* FlashbackNightmare: Phoenix suffers from one of those at the beginning of Case 4.

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* FlashbackNightmare: FlashbackNightmare:
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Phoenix suffers from one of those at the beginning of Case 4.



* MiniGame: Putting together pieces of a broken [[spoiler: gun]]. With super glue!

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* MiniGame: MiniGame:
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Putting together pieces of a broken [[spoiler: broken gun]]. With super glue!



* MoodWhiplash: ''Turnabout on the Web'' is especially guilty of this. At first we have a case full of {{Take That}}s and [[ShoutOut shoutouts]] to Ace Attorney community, internet trolls, and rabid fanboys... and then, on the second day of investigation, we go to the Criminal Affairs. It gets worse from there.

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* MoodWhiplash: MoodWhiplash:
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''Turnabout on the Web'' is especially guilty of this. At first we have a case full of {{Take That}}s and [[ShoutOut shoutouts]] to Ace Attorney community, internet trolls, and rabid fanboys... and then, on the second day of investigation, we go to the Criminal Affairs. It gets worse from there.



* OutOfOrder: Case 1 (called also Case 0) was released AFTER Case 2 and 3. WordOfGod says that this case had been initially cut off, as it had almost nothing to do with the main plot. However, while working on Case 3, the author decided that it might be a good idea to [[ArcWelding throw it back in and rewrite some parts of the plot]], so now it fits with the other cases.
** It also gave Trucy some screen time in the courtroom.

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* OutOfOrder: Case 1 (called also Case 0) was released AFTER Case 2 and 3. WordOfGod says that this case had been initially cut off, as it had almost nothing to do with the main plot. However, while working on Case 3, the author decided that it might be a good idea to [[ArcWelding throw it back in and rewrite some parts of the plot]], so now it fits with the other cases.
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cases. It also gave Trucy some screen time in the courtroom.



* WhamLine: The biggest one comes during the second half of the final case, though it's not so much the line itself as who says it.

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* WhamLine: WhamLine:
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The biggest one comes during the second half of the final case, though it's not so much the line itself as who says it.
25th May '17 5:02:08 PM NonoRobot
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* RealityEnsues: Applied to a character's mental state: [[spoiler:whereas Pearl [[AngstWhatAngst seems to be fine in the canon games]], ''Conflict of Interest'' prefers to take an another route, as one would definitely not remain unscathed from discovering they had been used their entire life by their own mother and was a central piece in a murder plot. ''Conflict of Interest'' decides to run with the idea that Pearl has been traumatized by her childhood's events, and to follow one of the worst possible scenario to its logical end.]]
25th May '17 4:50:46 PM NonoRobot
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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: [[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: [[spoiler:Where was Pearl during the shooting?]]shooting?]]
* WouldHurtAChild: In ''Turnabout on the Web'', [[spoiler:Cody turns up dead]] in the Police Station's archives. It is later revealed that [[spoiler:the one who killed him is Togamera... Or so it seems, at first. The truth is a ''little'' more complicated.]]
25th May '17 4:36:10 PM NonoRobot
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* BittersweetEnding: ''Turnabout Consequences'' again.

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* BittersweetEnding: The ending of ''Turnabout Consequences'' again. won't leave you indifferent: [[spoiler:you, as Phoenix, has to piece it all together and bring down one of the characters whose Phoenix helds most dear: Pearl herself. The final choice is yours to make, but should you go all the way through, you will have to deduce the awful truth: that Pearl is thoroughly broken inside, that she convinced herself to be a danger to Maya, and that her first solution to avoid putting Maya in danger was to attempt suicide.]]
21st May '17 7:09:34 PM infernape612
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* UnwittingPawn:[[spoiler: Deconstructed with Pearl in Turnabout Consequences. After being used as a pawn by her mother at the end of Bridge to the Turnabout, she disappears to protect Maya from herself.]]

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* UnwittingPawn:[[spoiler: Deconstructed UnwittingPawn: [[spoiler:Deconstructed with Pearl in Turnabout Consequences. After being used as a pawn by her mother at the end of Bridge to the Turnabout, she disappears to protect Maya from herself.]]
21st May '17 7:08:45 PM infernape612
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** Turnabout Consequences does it's best to make you confused as to who the real culprit is.[[spoiler: Raphael got an early bird cameo right before the case came out in the prologue case as one of the Rivales thugs talking with Timmons, so people would be suspicious of him, Meredith outright says she did it at the end of the second investigation. By the end of the case, you will be slapping yourself at how simple the solution is and depressed at the outcome.]]

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** Turnabout Consequences does it's best to make you confused as to who the real culprit is.[[spoiler: Raphael [[spoiler:Raphael got an early bird cameo right before the case came out in the prologue case as one of the Rivales thugs talking with Timmons, so people would be suspicious of him, Meredith outright says she did it at the end of the second investigation. By the end of the case, you will be slapping yourself at how simple the solution is and depressed at the outcome.]]
21st May '17 7:08:04 PM infernape612
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* MoodWhiplash: ''Turnabout on the Web'' is especially guilty of this. At first we have a case full of [[TakeThat TakeThats]] and [[ShoutOut shoutouts]] to Ace Attorney community, internet trolls, and rabid fanboys... and then, on the second day of investigation, we go to the Criminal Affairs. It gets worse from there.

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* MoodWhiplash: ''Turnabout on the Web'' is especially guilty of this. At first we have a case full of [[TakeThat TakeThats]] {{Take That}}s and [[ShoutOut shoutouts]] to Ace Attorney community, internet trolls, and rabid fanboys... and then, on the second day of investigation, we go to the Criminal Affairs. It gets worse from there.
21st May '17 7:07:21 PM infernape612
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* HopelessBossFight: Kristoph's final arguement in the flashback MN-6 portion, which you can only progress by empying your penalty meter. Justified as the outcome of the trial is a ForegoneConclusion, and Kristoph has to remain a KarmaHoudini until ''VisualNovel/ApolloJusticeAceAttorney''.

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* HopelessBossFight: Kristoph's final arguement argument in the flashback MN-6 portion, which you can only progress by empying emptying your penalty meter. Justified as the outcome of the trial is a ForegoneConclusion, and Kristoph has to remain a KarmaHoudini until ''VisualNovel/ApolloJusticeAceAttorney''.
21st May '17 7:05:46 PM infernape612
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* AlwaysMurder: [[spoiler: subverted for one of the first times in the series in ''Turnabout Consequences'', as Maya is still alive after she was shot.]].

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* AlwaysMurder: [[spoiler: subverted [[spoiler:Subverted for one of the first times in the series in ''Turnabout Consequences'', as Maya is still alive after she was shot.]].]]
6th Apr '17 1:36:06 PM Willbyr
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''Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney: Conflict of Interest'' is a fangame based on the ''VisualNovel/AceAttorney'' series.

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''Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney: Conflict of Interest'' is a fangame based on the ''VisualNovel/AceAttorney'' ''Franchise/AceAttorney'' series.



* CourtroomAntics: As expected from a PhoenixWright game.

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* CourtroomAntics: As expected from a PhoenixWright ''Phoenix Wright'' game.
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