I am waiting for this with quite a bit of excitement. Any word on localization?
Also, if the game were in Germany, I'd almost say that the grey-haired prosecutor was a descendant of Von Karma, but doesn't seem likely. (Obviously the Payne family survived...) Also, the jury system this game is introducing intrigues me, I wonder if you'll have to do certain actions to win over certain jurors, but said actions will make you lose the favor of another, or something, It sounded better in my head.
Anyhow, super excited to see what happens with this game! Also, Sherlock Holmes!
Not that I know of.
I think the game takes place in Japan, despite the people and such.Though you probably know that already. XP
I kinda get what you mean with the jurors thing, but I have a feeling it probably won't actually be that big of a deal, it'll just be a story element of sorts to sort of make things more interesting, kinda. I doubt it'll actually change the gameplay dynamic all that much.
I had begun to think there wouldn't be any more info on this. Totally right though, the objection sounds better in English. Probably because it's a harsher word in English, makes it easier to sound epic.
Haha yeah it had kinda been a while since we heard about it. And mhm, OBJECTION at full volume. Awesomeness. I'd do that thing in the DS games where you can use the mic to yell OBJECTION or TAKE THAT and it would activate it. It was silly but amusing. (My brother made fun of me for it, I think, wondering why I was yelling--I told him the truth... it was part of the game. Just like yelling into the mic in TWEWY.)
Oh they finally put in a juror system. That's pretty sweet.
Oooh. Despite being behind on this series from not finishing Edgeworth 2 (that got fan translated), or playing either the fifth installment and the cross over with professor Layton, I'm looking forward to this (eventually).
Yeah I didn't enjoy AAI so I haven't played AII2 (gotta beat'm in order... that's what I want to do, anyway), and I was going to get the crossover but ended up not because reasons. Ugh, too many GAMES
The Layton crossover isn't great. Definitely play dual destinies though. The final case alone is worth it. Crazy stuff right at the end.
Hmm, well, as an AA fan, I'm still tempted to try it out anyway. And yeah, DD was great, especially at the end. I enjoyed it. It's hard to get another entry in the series like that right, but I think they did a pretty great job with it. I guess at least in my mind, it could have easily been a bad game--the ones before it were so great and had some great endings--but it wasn't.
I WANT IT NOW.
@Oblivion Knight - Play AAI2; it's great.
As for AAI2... what I said earlier. GOTTA BEAT AAI. Which isn't fun so I stopped (and well, again, too many games, no time, etc.). Stinks that the original is holding me back, but eh. I'm not a huge fan of Edgeworth or the investigation part as much, so. >_>
AAI2 I find to be on the level of trial and tribulations. It's really good.
*sighs and points to previous comment*
I have heard "BLA BLA PLAY IT PLAY IT IT'S SO GOOD" and it's just like nnnhh but AAI was so boring for me
err sorry I am not taking anything out on you
I am just kind of reflecting on how there's such a disparity between the games and how that is what is holding me back
and a few people in this one unrelated Skype chat were jerks about trying to get me to play the game or something, but screw them