If you played the first game in the series, you already know what to expect. If you haven't, what are you waiting for? Come on in, there's plenty for all to enjoy! Justice for All is a sequel to the first Phoenix Wright, but it is possible to play this one without having played the first. (Good thing too, with how hard it can be to track down the first one.) For the uninitiated, Phoenix Wright is a young, talented (and a tad hotblooded) defense attorney. The games revolve primarily around him as he does everything he can to defend his client . Justice for All plays very similar to the previous installment, making one new gameplay addition (while surprisingly taking some away). This one is also shorter than the first, having only four cases to play.
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