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UPDATE 2: The GoNintendo report is apparently mistranslated:
So Takumi considered the series finished for him at Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney, but obviously others have extended the series for him with Ace Attorney Investigations: Miles Edgeworth and possibly further titles as have been mentioned in the past. Nonetheless, with so much fan acclaim for the series, he is considering being involved in the series again. capefeather 13:57, July 19, 2010 (UTC)
- UPDATE: To clarify, this does not necessarily mean that the series is dead, just that Takumi probably won't be a major contributor anymore. Past interviews with other staff have indicated that another Ace Attorney Investigations game and a Gyakuten Saiban 5 are being at least considered for developme…
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Matt Engarde wins the FA nominee poll with 55.61% of the vote. The result is again a majority, and there are a few possible reasons for this. For one thing, the results are displayed prior to voting, which may result in a bias toward the article that is "winning". I don't know of any way to hide the results; it would have been interesting to see how this affected the vote. For another thing, case articles and gameplay articles seem to tend to do poorly in these polls, with the votes heavily favouring character articles, with more major characters taking prominence. This is why I don't really expect to see anything upset a certain option on the next FA poll... Regardless, Matt Engarde does deserve the title, though I can't help but feel tha…Read more >
Ace Attorney Investigations: Miles Edgeworth wins a whopping 79.15% of the vote, easily grabbing hold of the FA position right from the beginning of the poll. The next poll mostly features familiar faces that have previously been shafted in favour of vastly more popular articles. In addition, I will be talking about the issues involved with maintaining the current events section of the main page, as well as the FA system itself.
You may have seen more developed news pages on other wikis. For example, the Final Fantasy Wiki has Shinra News, and Bulbapedia has Bulbanews. At this time, our current events space is very thin, so it's awkward to see a large single news post. So with this I aim to imitate the aforementioned news pages (well, Bulbapedi…
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