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Johnny's user page[edit]

Hello, and welcome to my page. I came here to contribute and show my ambition to fill in gaps that most users would shy away from.

My interest is a definite love for the Nintendo world. Recently I now own Nintendo 3DS and Nintendo Switch.

The top ten games I like is...:

  1. The Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild (Switch)
  2. Super Mario Odyssey (Switch)
  3. Lego City Undercover (Switch)
  4. Fire Emblem Warriors (Switch, 3DS)
  5. Mario Kart 8 Deluxe Edition (Switch)
  6. Hyrule Warriors (Switch, 3DS)
  7. Phoenix Wright Ace Attorney Dual Destinies/Spirit of Justice(3DS)
  8. Phoenix Wright Apollo Justice (DS, 3DS)
  9. Professor Layton vs Phoenix Wright (3DS)
  10. Phoenix Wright Ace Attorney Trilogy (DS, 3DS)

Game Guides[edit]

I only have one game guide available. If you're having trouble, I'll try to answer your questions.

  1. Super Mario Odyssey (Switch)
  2. Mario Kart 8 Deluxe Edition (Switch)
  3. LA Noire (Switch)
  4. The Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild Expansion Edition (Switch)
  5. The Elder Scrolls 5 Skyrim (Switch)

Ace Attorney Series[edit]

Whether it's a blog or not, I just want to share my thoughts. When I first play this game, there's something special about it that I can't put my finger on. Usually you expect it to be in real life (with exception to the Japanese movie), but behind it, there are choices both serious and funny. But what stands out the most is the way the story is well coerced into the gameplay very well in which your brain is your main weapon. No case would work if nothing make sense.

However, this series works well in balancing the seriousness with the humour to keep it from being very bland. Even if you make a mistake, it's not the end o the world, there's still a chance to find a solution. Perhaps the trademark is to turn your thinking around. Even at it's dire states (not sure in real life where cases can be turned upside down), winning a case does require you to press for info, present evidence and make choices as to why it's important.

Perhaps besides the gameplay, the cast works out well when they were transferred from Japanese to English through localization. Phoenix Wright, Maya Fey, Miles Edgeworth, Dick Gumshoe, Franziska von Karma etc. None of the characters are really just one bit or two dimensional characters. Really, all the characters apart from the judge has something that make us care and like the characters.

This series, given the proper care and attention will make the walkthroughs work like magic. Including the crossover of Professor Layton and the Miles Edgeworth Investigations. I'm bad at Japanese so I'll leave the other Ace Attorney games to someone else. Anyway, I love this game and will perhaps cover every angle and every corner, as thorough as I can to make the walkthroughs worth walking through. In short, I'll give it a ten to the games in this series.

Thank you for reading my thoughts.

Ace Attorney Guinness World Record[edit]

If you're bored, let's test your knowledge as defense attorney, prosecutor and judge. There will be questions per game excluding Japanese only game. Here goes!

How many bad endings in the series of Ace Attorney. Including Ace Attorney Miles Investigation Edgeworth? For proof, name the episodes and where you found the answers. This is just for fun. Put it in my talk page anytime if you're reading this.

What do all judges have in common?

Which cases involves Pysche-locks in the series?

What cases involves Mood Matrix and Divination Séance?

Which cases involves forensic investigation and where?

Whose the main detectives in each Ace Attorney game?

How many cases altogether in the series of Ace Attorney?