In today’s episode of the Let’s Play, walkthrough, and playthrough of Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney: Spirit of Justice, Maya calls upon the spirit of Abbot Inmee in hopes of learning the truth about what happened.

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GAME: Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Spirit of Justice
AUTHOR: Capcom

FAN ART OF THE DAY: Ember Wright –

The story of Spirit of Justice is set roughly one year after its predecessor, Dual Destinies, and once again focuses on defense attorney Phoenix Wright and his two understudies Apollo Justice and Athena Cykes. While previous games in the series have been set in Los Angeles, California, Spirit of Justice sees Phoenix travel to the fictional kingdom of Khura’in, a deeply religious nation in the far east where the art of spirit channeling originates. Roughly half the game’s episodes detail Phoenix’s activities in Khura’in, while the other half follow Apollo and Athena, who are left to watch over the Wright Anything Agency in Phoenix’s absence.

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  1. I feel like they should've just said that the Insights weren't at fault, because the prosecutors twisted them in a way so that it made the defense look guilty. I hope Phoenix ends up defending Rayfa in one of the cases, since that way, she'll learn to appreciate lawyers. At the same time, I can also see that being what they'll do on the last case, where the cigar guy tries to pin the crime on his own daughter. It would make for a good evil villain who's nonredeemable. Lastly, that scene with the wife and husband was very sweet. It really made this case a lot better (not that it wasn't a good case to begin with).

  2. the ending of the trial was really sad (it even made me cry lmao), then that conversation between Maya and Rayfa was really heartwarming and then suddenly there are bombs exploding and Dhurke is there and then Maya ignores it and thinks of a fucking crossover between Steel Samurai, Plumed Punisher and Dhurke. and that all happens in a few minutes. what the fuck

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  4. Well with Mia having likely passed on YEARS ago (probably after the cases of Trials and Tribulations) the one who carries on her motherly wisdom and warmth would naturally be inherited by Maya;

    grant it she already was a bit like a guardian-figure to Pearl already.

  5. The point of games like these is to read all available dialogue. Why would you ever not press every statement in a testimony before even thinking about doing anything else. Even if you know what you need to present, don't you want to see everything they wrote?

  6. Things exposed to Rayfa this case:
    – Maya is a more powerful medium to her.
    – Her parents are dicks.
    – Her thoughtless insights committed TONS of people to false imprisonments and executions.
    – EVERYONE else was aware of this fact and were purposefully manipulating her visions to imprison the wrong people.
    – She's capable of being wrong.
    – Dirty foreigners aren't so dirty.
    – Dirty lawyers are slightly less dirty than expected.
    – Maya has bigger boobs but doesn't wear a bra.

  7. The fact that you need a name and a face to channel a spirit is literally brought up in every game channeling happens. Remember when Pearl received the letter from Morgan Fey and it had the name of Dahlia and a picture of her?

    They even mentioned this fact earlier in this case. The rules are the same for channeling and séance vision.

  8. I'm actually curious. Was it ever mentioned before this part that spirit channeling requires knowing what the person looks like? I do remember Rayfa mentioning needing it for the seance but not channeling…

    What I do remember besides that is that in T&T, Pearls mentions needing to know what a spirit looks like to channel them in the final case, but I'm not totally certain about how she says it there either… anyone have any idea?

  9. the scene where Beh'leeb sends Tahrust away instantly became one of my favorite scenes in gaming…so complicated, so much subtext, so much love and quiet understanding between the two, and without the need for unnecessary histrionics. It was a perfect heart-tugging moment. 🙁

    p.s. the comment from Nahyuta about a "debt" will get addressed later, even if it's not directly referenced.

  10. wait a minute,……ok i've played this game twice (so far), but just noticed this…towards the end there when they were discussing Tahrust's covering for Beh'leeb, did Nahyuta just inadvertently condone Tahrust falsely covering up his own crime ('surely there must have been some other way ?!')? And question why he would want to cover for his wife? Wow, i think i like Nahyuta even less now and i already hated the dude lol.

  11. i dunno if i buy Tahrust's explanation of how the robe was moved AFTER he died….obviously, Acro dropped Max Galactica's bust from that prison above the rite's location and the clamor jostled the robe so it caught onto the bust, but this time as Acro pulled it back up, the robe fell off and landed by the pool. I dunno why Tahrust would cover for Acro tho.

  12. As far as not mentioning earlier the possibility of Maya channeling Lady Kee'Ra, i don't see it as contrived….no one there believed Maya had that power, as it had been long believed only the queen could do that, so mentioning it then wouldn't have garnered Phoenix or Nahyuta anything but derision; so, not only did no one know, they all believed it was so far out of the realm of possibility. Then, if you'll remember, there've been a number of times where a prosecutor/enemy didn't bring up a point until just the right moment so as to disadvantage the defense. Like I said, if Nahyuta or anyone had entertained the notion, no one would've believed and it even could've damaged Nahyuta's (or whomever) credibility. But once it was shown Maya COULD channel the spirit, Tahrust was trying to protect Beh'leeb so he was leaving his wife out of the equation and probably only came up with the excuse once she was accused, as a last minute idea (as has happened many times in past cases). Plus, once again, no one considered the possibility that Beh'leeb could've done it so no one mentioned it. So in this case, I don't think it's such a big deal that no one tried shifting the blame to Maya being able to channel spirits and thus having the opportunity to channel Lady Kee'Ra.

    Although, the sticking point for me would be, "When did Maya learn Lady Keera's name?" If she didn't learn her name until she was picked to perform the ritual, then she couldn't have been Lady Keera the whole time since Lady K has apparently been in action for what? two years? Not to mention what Maya's motive would've been for doing any of that. As far as not knowing what Lady Keera looked like, i think knowing what the spirit looked like has always been a rule in Maya's channeling; they couldn't do Reel Nehmu's divination seance because they didn't know his name, though they did know what he looked like (as Zehlot), so i guess knowing name and face is a rule in both.


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