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The Ace Attorney franchise is based around the adventure video games published by Capcom. In these games, the player takes on the role of an attorney who must uncover the truth behind crimes using evidence, cross-examination, and investigation. There are currently seven main games in the franchise. The series has also spawned film, musical, and manga adaptations, as well as crossovers with other franchises.
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The Phoenix Rises!
The original "Ace Attorney" set to return in ''Gyakuten Saiban 5''!
Professor and lawyer join forces for an historic crossover game!
Silver Screen Début!
The film adaptation of ''Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney''!
Discover the truth by investigating crime scenes and cross-examining witnesses!
Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney:
Justice For All
Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney:
Trials and Tribulations
Gyakuten Saiban 5
Ace Attorney Investigations
Ace Attorney Investigations:
Gyakuten Kenji 2
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About Ace Attorney
Ace Attorney (called Gyakuten Saiban (meaning "Turnabout Trial") and Gyakuten Kenji (meaning "Turnabout Prosecutor") in Japan) is a meta-series of primarily text-adventure video games created by Shu Takumi and published by Capcom for the Game Boy Advance and Nintendo DS handheld systems, with ports for Microsoft Windows, WiiWare and iOS. These games follow various lawyers in their battles in the courtroom and their investigations of crime scenes. The first four games, which were originally released between 2001 and 2007 in Japan, comprise the "Gyakuten Saiban" (meaning "Turnabout Trial") series, and follow defense attorneys Phoenix Wright and Apollo Justice as they give their all to defend their clients in a courtroom setting resembling that of the Japanese legal system, using investigative skills, cross-examinations and evidence. The next two games, the first released in 2009 and the second (to date in Japan only) in 2011, are part of an ongoing interquel series, Gyakuten Kenji, and follow prosecutor Miles Edgeworth as he investigates various crime scenes to find the truth behind the crimes using evidence collection, logic and arguments with other people.(more...)
Jake Marshall was a cowboy-obsessed patrol officer with the Los Angeles Police Department when Bruce Goodman was murdered. He often makes references to the state of Texas, even though he is actually from Los Angeles. Jake Marshall acted as a mentor to Dick Gumshoe when he started out in the force, giving him a cactus plant that he claimed would "listen to all his problems".
|You're saying that if something isn't normal, it simply isn't possible? Where does that leave the porcu-headed lawyer and the topknot chick over there... and the ungodly cool guy with the mask over here?|
|—Recipe for Turnabout|
Operation Objection!Capcom to localize Gyakuten Kenji 2 and prove to them that the series still has a strong following outside of Japan". More information can be found on the group's Capcom-Unity forums, Facebook page, and official forums.
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