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Submitted by Gran Canaria 287d ago | news

Shu Takumi has mixed feelings about Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Dual Destinies

Shu Takumi, the creator of Phoenix Wright, has told Official Nintendo Magazine, that he was surprised to learn that Capcom brought back the lawyer to star in the next game in the Ace Attorney series. (3DS, Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Dual Destinies)

linkenski  +   287d ago
I don't think he's seen Dual Destinies besides its promotional material, because then he wouldn't have had half of his criticisms. Still, it's a bit sad to hear him say this, because it sounds like he's not considering to return to the franchise (which I'd obviously liked)

Anyway, on to new adventures Shu Takumi! Whatever he makes next will probably be nothing short of phenomenal, because Ghost Trick was a fantastic game in my opinion!

And this reminds me, I cannot wait to play Professor Layton vs. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney. I think it looks to be even better than Dual Destinies.

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