Phoenix Wright: Dual Destinies Review

In Phoenix Wright: Dual Destinies, gaming’s favorite lawyer returns to a court of law that’s in shambles. For one, Courtroom #4 has just been decimated by a bomb that went off mid-trial. Worse yet, the reputation of the entire justice system has been destroyed by years of poor conduct from prosecutors and attorneys. In this “Dark Age of the Law”, forging evidence has become a common practice by those looking to get ahead. While Phoenix’s goal of defending his clients hasn’t changed, he also aims to put an end to this fraudulent era of justice by proving that the truth always prevails.

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The Recurring Bosscast: 031 – Man Crush

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Before we leave the Xbox 360/PlayStation 3/Wii era behind, the Bosscast takes a stab a creating a list of last generation’s definitive games. We’re already kicking ourselves for forgetting Borderlands, but do you think we left anything else out? Or is there something on our list that you disagree with?

Games Discussed: Super Mario 3D World, The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds, NBA 2K14, Call of Duty: Ghosts, Phoenix Wright: Dual Destinies, Ni No Kuni, Lego Marvel Super Heroes, Nintendo Land, New Super Mario Bros. U, Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins, plus our picks for games of the generation

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Jett – Splitkick, In Third Person, @jettlandicho
Jason – Inside Gaming Daily, Slick Gaming, @jjasicki
Mat – Biff Bam Pop, The Screaming Ego Podcast, @matylang

The Recurring Bosscast: 029 – Next Gen Wars

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With the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One launches just days away, the Bosscast analyzes all of the next gen home consoles available this holiday season. Jett and Mat can’t wait to get their PlayStation 4 consoles home, but will Jason have more fun this winter with his upcoming purchase of a Wii U?

Games Mentioned: Disney Infinity Toy Story Play Set, Pokemon Y, Call of Duty: Black Ops II, Gears of War Judgment, Phoenix Wright: Dual Destinies, Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time, Deus Ex: Human Revolution, Deadlight, Hunted: The Demon’s Forge, Bomberman Act Zero

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Jett – Splitkick, In Third Person, @jettlandicho
Jason – Inside Gaming Daily, Slick Gaming, @jjasicki
Mat – Biff Bam Pop, The Screaming Ego Podcast, @matylang

The Recurring Bosscast: 028 – Celebrating One Year of Bosscasting

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This 2.5 hour monster is actually a two-part episode. Up first is the latest installment of the Bosscast in which we reflect on the life and times of the Xbox 360. After that, we’ve included the dark middle chapter of the rarely heard Currently Unnamed Podcast.

Games Mentioned: Assorted Xbox 360 exclusives, Pokemon Y, Etrian Odyssey Untold, Phoenix Wright: Dual Destinies, Grand Theft Auto V, Rayman Origins, Project X Zone, Pikmin 3, Disney Infinity, Call of Duty: Black Ops II, Ju-On The Grudge: Haunted House Simulator

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Jett – Splitkick, In Third Person, @jettlandicho
Jason – Inside Gaming Daily, Slick Gaming, @jjasicki
Mat – Biff Bam Pop, The Screaming Ego Podcast, @matylang

Out Now – Phoenix Wright: Dual Destinies

Gaming’s favourite attorney returns in Phoenix Wright: Dual Destinies on the Nintendo 3DS. While he’s made cameo appearances in the more recent Ace Attorney games, this will be his first starring role in quite some time. As a huge fan of his original trilogy, I’m picking this up as quickly as I can.

Unlike previous entries in the series, this one is not available in a physical format. Instead, you can only download it through the Nintendo 3DS eShop. I personally would prefer to have a physical copy, but if the business realities are such that this is the only way we can get it, I’d prefer that than not having it at all.

Not having played it yet, I can’t say if this is any good yet. However, I highly recommend the original trilogy to anyone, even if you don’t like point-and-click adventure games. I don’t like the genre as a whole, but the Phoenix Wright games are so well written and fun to play that they easily overcome my criticisms of the genre. Tracking down DS copies may prove difficult, though you can try out the HD remake for free on iOS right now if you want. Be on the lookout for impressions from me on Phoenix Wright: Dual Destinies soon!


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