Hmm, Dragon Cave's not working right...
At some point today, I wrote down a bunch of hints in case I got stuck while playing "Trials and Tribulations". Wonderful game, by the way. As the Eurogamer review
says, "this final part in Wright's trilogy represents a fantastic climax to the threads of the first two parts, working back in favourite characters, as well as introducing some brilliant new ones, and of course offering a brand new prosecutor for Phoenix to battle. This time, however, he's a mysterious mask-wearing coffee addict, brilliantly named Godot, and not even the judge knows who he is. Because this is how courts work
Godot is... well, he's Godot. Far left. First case when he shows up, he claims that he's come "from the depths of Hell" to oppose Wright. He is a coffee addict, saying that he never drinks more than 17 cups
in a trial. Says the strangest things.
- To err is human... to forgive... divine. Humans aren't machines... they have souls... They live, they die, they love, they hate... and yes, they even make mistakes...
- Blacker then a moonless night, hotter and more bitter than hell itself.. That is coffee.
Crazy bastard. I'm looking forward to where this is going. I mean, that mask
... when things aren't going in his favor, it smokes
and the red bars flicker. Edgeworth hasn't shown up yet, but I'm waiting.
I just really like the way Eurogamer puts it. "And thankfully, it[the tutorial]'s a little more coherent than part 2's completely daft story with Phoenix getting hit on the head with a fire extinguisher and forgetting how to be a lawyer. Oh God, I'm laughing all over again at that. That's a really funny thing. Beautifully, this level sees Mia defending a 21-year-old Phoenix Wright, at this point the complete geek you've always suspected he must have been. He's head-over-heels in love, an art student, and he has a terrible cold. And he's been accused of murder."
"It's agony not to just enthusiastically tell you about the scenarios, the cases themselves, but I hate reviewers that get to experience something completely freshly for themselves, and then rob that opportunity from all who read the review. So believe me, if I told you you'd want to play, and then be cross I told you. So just skip to the wanting to play."
*cough* Anyway! List of hints! Scribbled on a receipt with no context whatsoever, they look really surreal.
press working for
Panic - buzzer
more than enough
left corner time
It's like nonsensical poetry... I did my best to read what was and wasn't capitalized and where the lines were where it was folded. Very odd. If I didn't know what it was...
I've started to read Full Metal Alchemist manga. Luckily this is a popular enough series that I can read scans over the Internet, but this is still less than ideal. Mostly it's scanlations made by fans
, with the somewhat questionable quality that is implied. A few pages in every book won't appear. Too often, there is text in little bubbles too small to read. But hey, free. It's been very interesting.