The Escapist’s Compelling Case for Phoenix Wright Trilogy
It’s one of the most respected cult classics in the industry today, so when the Phoenix Wright Trilogy came out, you had to expect an outpouring of praise and appreciation. That’s basically what this collection received and die-hard followers probably know exactly what to expect. However, if you’re on the fence and you’re not quite familiar with the series in question, we’ve found the review you need to read.
It’s from The Escapist, a publication that typically produces high-quality game reviews. Critic Sarah LeBoeuf tackles the task with an appropriate amount of prior knowledge and an understanding of the targeted audience. She combines a subjective viewpoint with an objective analysis, thereby giving the reader a nice, all-around evaluation.
Phoenix Wright has always been about puzzle-solving, even though those puzzles take on a decidedly different form. Courtroom drama may not seem like a great concept for a video game but of course, this is hardly your prototypical courtroom… If you’re interested in diving in, check out this review and you’ll get all the information you need.
Why We Like It:
— It’s a concise and to-the-point review that works perfectly for a collection or compilation. Designed specifically for the fans, the critic knows that most readers already have a solid knowledge and experience foundation.
— Effectively combines a proper objective analysis with a sentimental personal perspective, which results in a highly readable and well-rounded review.
— Doesn’t waste time with the trivial or mundane; the critic hits the highlights and smoothly sums things up.