I bought this and Ace Attorney Investigations at about the same time, but if I remember correctly, I started this first because it came out earlier and I’d heard more about the characters and plot and stuff so I was interested. I haven’t actually finished it though - I ended up somewhere halfway through Turnabout Seranade (I did a similar thing with Investigations, in which I ended up halfway through The Kidnapped Turnabout), so I should probably do that at some stage.
Anyway, this might be why Apollo and Klavier are probably my favourite lawyer duo in the series (though Athena and Simon gave them a run for their money).
and there’s the last of them
[starts challenge 25 minutes late without starbucks]
[sorry zexal people but I do have other fandoms]
I don’t actually remember, to be entirely honest; I thiiiiiiink back when I first started browsing TV Tropes (and by ‘browsing’ I mean ‘spending days at a time on’) I kept seeing it mentioned under Visual Novel examples on pages I was on so I looked at it and it sounded really odd but also kind of interesting so I started keeping an eye on it a bit. I didn’t actually buy any of the games until…I think last year or the year before, because I’d heard there was another game coming and a crossover with Professor Layton, which I’d just gotten into at the time. Except since I can’t buy things off the internet unless I go through other people, I had to rely on second-hand game sales locally, which means I only actually have AA4 and AAI (and now AA5).
I bought peanut butter ice cream from work yesterday and it was possibly the best decision I have ever made.
(I SWEAR I’VE ACTUALLY WRITTEN SOME OF THIS AND IT WILL BE A THING)
Slightly less crappy (in some cases) but slightly outdated references for Zexal Mew AU designs, once again featuring awful photoshop cleaning.
merry christmas zexal fandom we got new sprites for cdc
woohoo shoddy photoshop cleaning jobs
Shamelessly reblogs from art blog because art blog only has one follower.
nothing for ZEXAL-ura for some reason