I did, and I absolutely love it. The anime cutscenes that happen every so often adds quite a bit to the atmosphere. The music is pretty decent but forgettable.
I LOVE this game because it has a female lead, and more importantly it doesn't have a "fatal flaw" that makes me avoid 75% of strategy RPG's, the permanent death once a character dies on the battlefield.
For those of you who are impatient about waiting for the localized game, talk here.
There is so much to talk about for the 3rd Phoenix Wright game
-The mispellings and errors they will hopefully fix -The hotness of the guys and girls of AA3 -The great cases and pacing of this game -Why case 5 is named "A bridge to Turnabout" instead of the original translation that means "Magnificent Turnabout"
Nintendo has carried the DS on it's shoulders, and frankly the third parties did not play a big role in getting it the numbers it has gotten. That thing is what, getting near 40 million, and how many 3rd party blockbusters does it sport? The PSP has at least competing third party support compared to it and it's getting smoked.
Oh my, I haven't been in this forum in a long time and it seems that common sense it still absent.
The Nintendo DS is selling well because of 3rd party support, simple as that. Logically you look at the software sales of the PSP and the DS and you see that the DS is outselling the PSP on both the Hardware and the Software fronts. The 3rd party companies that have been supporting the DS is reaping the reawards with high sales, which in turn leads to more games. You can argue all you want about how 3rd party games are not selling well on the DS, lest we forget that the every single console released tends to have a few 3rd party games be massive succcesses and many being huge failures.
As for the "Wii is winning because of price" argument, don't make me laugh. The wii is winning because of price and many factors behind it. This console is universally loved by the press, it has massive mainstream appeal, the aesthetic design doesn't look like a little toy, and most importantly it has momentum on it's side. How many consoles in history sold the way the Wii is selling 7 months after it came out? The Wii is the fastest selling console of all time and the scary part is that Nintendo hasn't released their big guns and that 3rd parties haven't yet released games worth buying. The XBOX 360 proves a couple of things, people aren't willing to shell out $400 for a console, it also shows that games released for a "hardcore" demographic will have limited appeal. It is the same hardcore gamers buying games for the XBOX 360.