History VisualNovel / ApolloJusticeAceAttorney

27th Sep '17 11:55:07 PM KingClark
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* AffectionateParody: ''Apollo Justice'' often pokes fun at the very series it belongs to, most noticeably when Apollo spends the start of his first trial gearing himself up to bellow the series CatchPhrase ('''''"[[color:red:Objection!]]"''''') and then gets reprimanded when he finally does so for yelling in court.

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* AffectionateParody: ''Apollo Justice'' often pokes fun at the very series it belongs to, most noticeably when Apollo spends the start of his first trial gearing himself up to bellow the series CatchPhrase ('''''"[[color:red:Objection!]]"''''') ('''''"Objection!"''''') and then gets reprimanded when he finally does so for yelling in court.



--> [[color:blue:[=*Headset attached to Trucy.*=]]]

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--> [[color:blue:[=*Headset [=*Headset attached to Trucy.*=]]]*=]
27th Sep '17 11:54:34 PM KingClark
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* ContinuityNod: The flashback sequence in [[spoiler:Case 4]] uses music, backgrounds, and character models from the first three ''Ace Attorney'' games. If you present incorrect evidence, Phoenix will even use the slightly mistranslated "I must be on the wrong track...?" which was fixed for Apollo Justice (he uses the same phrase, but without the erroneous question mark.)

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* ContinuityNod: The flashback sequence in [[spoiler:Case 4]] uses music, backgrounds, and character models from the first three ''Ace Attorney'' games. If you present incorrect evidence, Phoenix will even use the slightly mistranslated "I must be on the wrong track...?" which was fixed for Apollo Justice (he uses the same phrase, but without the erroneous question mark.)mark).
20th Sep '17 7:19:59 AM peixe200
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** The real killer in case 3 points out that there's no definitive evidence to prove that he did it. Apollo is able to piece together exactly what happened, and why he must be the killer... only to be reminded that without evidence he still can't prove any of it. [[spoiler: But Machi can.]] This also proves that the current legal system is in despite need of an overhaul.

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** The real killer in case 3 points out that there's no definitive evidence to prove that he did it. Apollo is able to piece together exactly what happened, and why he must be the killer... only to be reminded that without evidence he still can't prove any of it. [[spoiler: But Machi can.]] This also proves that the current legal system is in despite desperate need of an overhaul.
20th Sep '17 6:19:54 AM peixe200
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* JustEatGilligan: In the third case a murder weapon is a HandCannon which would dislocate shoulder of anyone who'd fire it without proper training(which is a plot point). Which means the guilt or innocence of the defendant could be proven by simple health check to see if his shoulder is indeed dislocated. Not to mention that he wasn't wearing gloves and simply fingerprinting the murder weapon would answer a lot of questions(which was somehow never done, even though it logicaly should be the first thing to do).

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* JustEatGilligan: In the third case a murder weapon is a HandCannon which would dislocate the shoulder of anyone who'd fire it without proper training(which is a plot point). Which means the guilt or innocence of the defendant could be proven by simple health check to see if his shoulder is indeed dislocated. Not to mention that he wasn't wearing gloves and simply fingerprinting the murder weapon would answer a lot of questions(which was somehow never done, even though it logicaly should be the first thing to do).
23rd Aug '17 2:15:03 AM ZuTheSkunk
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* {{Somethingitis}}: The third case features a fictional disease called "incuritis". The name only makes reference to the fact that it has no cure or treatment save for a single substance, which can be extracted from a Borginian cocoon.

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* {{Somethingitis}}: [[{{Somethingitis}} Something-itis]]: The third case features a fictional disease called "incuritis". The name only makes reference to the fact that it has no cure or treatment save for a single substance, which can be extracted from a Borginian cocoon.
23rd Aug '17 1:58:48 AM ZuTheSkunk
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* {{Somethingitis}}: The third case features a fictional disease called "incuritis". The name only makes reference to the fact that it has no cure or treatment save for a single substance, which can be extracted from a Borginian cocoon.
9th Aug '17 5:05:57 PM rjd1922
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** Juror Number Six. [[spoiler:She is Apollo's mother. Before learning this, Apollo successfully defended her close friend against murder charges. She's also a tangentically related, yet important figure in the events leading up to the current case.]] She even suggests that she shouldn't be on the jury, but [[spoiler:Phoenix uses the letter of the law to justify her presence.]]

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** Juror Number Six. [[spoiler:She is Apollo's mother. Before learning this, Apollo successfully defended her close friend against murder charges. She's also a tangentically tangentially related, yet important figure in the events leading up to the current case.case, and the witness Apollo paints as the killer was convicted of murdering her husband.]] She even suggests that she shouldn't be on the jury, but [[spoiler:Phoenix uses the letter of the law to justify her presence.]]
9th Aug '17 4:57:50 PM rjd1922
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** And then there's the ultimate conflict of interest: [[spoiler:the game gives the player control of Juror Six and asks for a verdict in the case the player had spent hours defending.]]
9th Aug '17 5:03:49 AM SolidSonicTH
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An UpdatedRerelease with higher-resolution artwork, in much the same style as that of the trilogy package of the prior three games, was announced for [=iOS=] and Android in October 2016, and released the following December. A UsefulNotes/Nintendo3DS version is also planned for release on November 2017

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An UpdatedRerelease with higher-resolution artwork, in much the same style as that of the trilogy package of the prior three games, was announced for [=iOS=] and Android in October 2016, and released the following December. A UsefulNotes/Nintendo3DS version is also planned for release on November 2017
2017, featuring similar enhancements.
9th Aug '17 12:15:21 AM GoldenDarkness
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An UpdatedRerelease with higher-resolution artwork, in much the same style as that of the trilogy package of the prior three games, was announced for [=iOS=] and Android in October 2016.

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An UpdatedRerelease with higher-resolution artwork, in much the same style as that of the trilogy package of the prior three games, was announced for [=iOS=] and Android in October 2016.
2016, and released the following December. A UsefulNotes/Nintendo3DS version is also planned for release on November 2017
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