• So i recently got the trilogy on Switch, and, BOI. These bad bois are soooo goooood

    Case 1 is decent enough, tho a little too simplistic and easy
    Case 2 is pretty good, your boss literally dies 20 minutes after you see her for the first time lol, Maya is gr8 as always and White is such an Asshole that i like it. Also it introduces you to Edgeworth which immeadtly makes it 10x better.
    Case 3 is better than people give it credit to. The beggining and middle are alright, but when you unlock the trailer, oh bov. It becomes a fucking blast! The villain whose name i forgot is such an unexpected antagonist, G4M3R SK11L5, The fanboy is decently fun, it's pretty good.
    Case 4 is amazing. I was not expecting this to be this good, Edgeworth (aka your rival & enemie) is accused of Murder, but you defend him. The evidence to prove that Edgeworth is guilty seem impossible to counter and von Karma is the prosecutor, Edgeworth calls him "the god of prosecution", and he hasn't lost a single case in his 40 year long career. Not a single case. He also trained Edgeworth, and as Edgeworth describes it "think of a prosecutor vicious as me, times 20" but then you learn more and more. You learn that there was a photo, that Larry Butz was there. And actually fighting von Karma? Boi. He is exactly what Edgeworth told you he was. He's Edgeworth times 20. He manipulates every single witness, every single piece of evidence he can. In one of the courtroom sections, he jokingly says "Are you going to call the witness'es pet parrot to the stand?" and you think about it. Then Phoenix basically says "yes". And you cross-examinate a parrot. A fucking parrot. The only witness von Karma could not have tempered with. At the end of the trial, when everything seems lost, your childhood friend Larry Butz appears from nowhere and tells the Judge he's a witness even after the Judge already made a guilty verdict. Then you learn that Yogi was the actual killer, because he admits it. von Karma send him a letter to kill him and "get revenge on the 2 people that ruined your life". He did so. He killed the victim, and tried to frame Edgeworth for it while disguised as the victim. Why von Karma wanted Edgeworth in prison? Revenge and triying to hide the truth. Edgeworth's dad actually got von Karma a penalty in a case "15 years ago". The power dropped while he was on the elevator, Yogi was complaining like "sTOP BREATHING MY AAAAAIR" and then Edgeworth threw the gun. It cracked the Elevator window and shot von Karma. Seeing as everyone was already fainted, von Karma shot edgeworth's father. Why Yogi wanted revenge, you might ask? His attorney (aka the victim) didn't trust him. He just said "pretend you have brain damage" to escape it all.
    Haven't played Case 5 yet because it's an extra AAAND i wanted to play JFA.

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