GamingUnion.net writes: "While fighting games have made an impressive push in recent years due to some extremely popular high level competition and memorable tournament personalities, the fact remains that a large majority of fighting game purchases still go out to casual players. People who buy these games don't necessarily have the skill to compete against the best of the best, or even the best of the mediocre, they pick them up for different reasons: to see epic mashups between characters they've followed for years, or to enjoy the loose story modes that tie many of these titles together. It's the reason why most recent releases have all made sure that their titles have included beginner move sets for people who want to experience as much of the game as they can. Casual players look forward to things that top tier players may not pay close attention to and often times drive demand for which new characters ought to be included in a series. So why Capcom decided to do such an absolutely horrible job at implementing Pheonix Wright into the game is a frustrating and embarrassing mystery."