Posted Aug 21st 2006 10:00AM by David Hinkle
Filed under: Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney
Tags: ace, attorney, capcom, ds, lite, nintendo, phoenix, wright
8-21-2006 @ 10:54AM
No Objections here. I am actually glad this was posted, because otherwise I would have missed a great video.
Who's up for Steel Samurai on the Wii? I know I'd love to play it!
Oh and if anyone makes/finds any more of these videos, please DO report them to DSFanboy, I cant get enough of this lawyer sim.
8-21-2006 @ 11:57AM
Can someone PLEASE HELP?
I got a DS lite yesterday and I transferred all my Wi-Fi settings. But when I try to play "Super Mario 64 DS" on it, it says "Data is Corrupted, Memory is lost".
Can someone Please tell me what I did wrong, and what I can do to fix it?
8-21-2006 @ 12:27PM
Marc, your question is probably better for a forum than a comment in a blog. You may just have to delete all your settings and start over.
I was hoping for more substance from this video, although the script seemed about accurate for the game. Good job on whoever spent the time to make it.
Kutaragi's voice still echos in my mind, "P S 3, will have (2 HDMI outputs, 3 Gigabit Ethernet Ports, blah blah)."
8-21-2006 @ 1:21PM
You bought yourself a terrible game and posted something off-topic on a blog, so you are being punished!!!
(Actually, I really don't know.)
As for what Phoenix said, I so agree!
8-21-2006 @ 1:47PM
Are you sure you have a legit copy of Mario 64DS? If it is not legit then you have your answer. If legit look in the manual again under the wifi section. You may have to transfer again.
8-21-2006 @ 2:09PM
Back to the subject of the post, a lie is telling something which is known by the speaker to another party with the intent to deceive. As such, the two "lies" discussed in this video are not actually lies.
However, Sony PR is very guilty of telling something which is known to be true with the intent to deceive. Put them on trial for that and not even Phoenix could get them off the hook.
8-21-2006 @ 3:16PM
"Oh and if anyone makes/finds any more of these videos, please DO report them to DSFanboy, I cant get enough of this lawyer sim."
I send everything I can that is PWAA-related to DS Fanboy. :D
Hmm... If I had the means and skill to do so, I'd remake this video clip a bit. It lacks a bit of the style the games have. No text boxes for speaking, for example. Nor the "blip blip blip" sound effect when they talk. Lack of character animations and weird zoom-ins at some points, too.
Plus, I might alter it a bit. Maybe have Redd White get carried away by a giant enemy crab at the end... >:D
Plus, we need more Kaz Hirai. RIIIIIDGE RAAACEEER!!!
And maybe a PWAA-ish intro with Reggie talking about kicking Sony's ass and taking Sony's name?
8-21-2006 @ 3:29PM
I'm not a member of any forums. This is the only way I could get help from some "kind hearted people". Thanks for your hospitality (sarcasim over).
It is legit. But I'm still not sure what's wrong with it seeing as how it works only on DS Phats but not DS lites. And I've transfered Wi-Fi settings succesfully 3 times already. I guess I'll just have to buy another copy (this sucks).
8-21-2006 @ 3:41PM
I've tried to reset and start over, but when I save a game, turn off the power, and turn it on again, the "saved file" is gone.
8-21-2006 @ 4:00PM
After weeks of searching for Phoenix Wright DS game, I finally found one in a Circuit City store yesterday. This game is freakin awesome! After I popped the game into my DS Lite, I couldn't put the DS down until after four hours of playing in which I have to mentally forced myself to stop playing this game. This game is very absorbing and refreshing to play. Kudos to Capcom for being innovative with new ideas and for taking a risk to keep their games interesting. People who owns a DS and have not try this should definitely check it out.
8-22-2006 @ 9:15AM
Now get him to defend Sony's 2006 E3 Presentation. I'd like to see Phoenix defend how Giant Crabs are part of ancient japanese history and how using the PSP as a mirror isnt gimicky.
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