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Submitted by safirerings 891d ago | review

Hardcore Droid reviews "Devil's Attorney"

Hardcore Droid reviews Senri AB’s "Devil’s Attorney", and says that players take on the role of Max McMann, an ethically flexible defense attorney, tasked with keeping his unfortunate and misunderstood clients out of jail. Players aren’t solving the case — Max doesn’t ferret out evidence or pounce on contradictions to prove his clients are innocent. Instead, wily Max uses a collection of lawyerly tricks, like Patronizing witnesses or Tampering with evidence, that players use in a points-based strategy battle against a prosecutor. (Android, Devil's Attorney, Mobile) 4.5/5

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