I have played through a variety of Phoenix Wright games on the Nintendo DS in the past, and those have proved to be worth every single penny that I forked out for the cart, as it provided hours of entertainment, without having to crunch lots of graphics along the way. Having said that, those with the Nintendo 3DS and have not yet given the original Phoenix Wright series a go, might want to check out Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Dual Destinies – although it has been slapped with the ESRB rating of “M” for Mature content, so anyone who is not 18 and older are not meant to play it.
It seems that there is a quartet of key factors concerning Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Dual Destinies that warrants the M-rating from the ESRB, and those are violence, blood, suggestive themes and language. This is the first time that such a rating has been slapped on the series, and it has also been deemed to be too mature for players who are under 15- and 16-years of age in the Japanese and European markets, respectively. The perks of being older, no?
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