Call me School Bully, you little tick.
Joined: Wed Jul 01, 2009 4:47 pm
BadgerBadger, thanks for your feedback and I'm glad you enjoyed the case so far!
EDIT: Oh yes and people, spoilers are below.
1. Since by all indications, Vex is our present day killer, I thought I'd pose the obvious question: how is a known murderer out of prison?
Aha, THAT you will find out in the conclusion...
2. Brisbane is the bomb. Seeing him go from a meek-mannered wimp to a badass with a glowing eye was all kinds of awesome. It was a nice change to have the prosecutor be more interested taking down the defendant, instead of the actual defense attorney. I can't wait to see where you take his character in the later cases, once Vinnie isn't the defendant anymore.
Thanks, I've never heard Brisbane described as a badass before! XD
He's angry at different people for different reasons. Such as
3. One note on the past case. Grossberg made reference to Diego facing Vex some months ago and losing, yet Vinnie says he's been comatose for two years? Some timeline error?
Hmm, I thought that was right... Damn. It's roughly right anyway.
4. Loved the whole Gumshoe cameo and the Harry Butz nickname. Characters never calling Phoenix by his actual name never gets old. However, you mentioned Gumshoe was busy with AAI and so could not be on this case, however, that game finishes on March 15, almost two weeks before this game. If that game was any indication, it didn't matter that there were four murders in a row, Gumshoe covered each one.
Ahh, I was hoping no one else would pick up on that...
Yeah that's a bit of a timeline error there.
5. The small piece of cloth in the flashback case, what actually ripped it off? It was proven that Brisbane didn't do it, and Vex pulled Jack by the legs, so how did it rip?
6. There was a time during the present day trial saving would crash the game. It was after you pressed Marshall about the card (instead of the body or badge) and new testimony was added.
PyWright crashes when you try to save the game with evidence on the screen. In this case, at certain points in Marshall's testimony, the little evidence boxes appeared in the top corner. Be careful of those.
7. I was quite impressed with how you were able to craft such an intricate story based on so few characters and only one witness for each trial, as opposed to Turnabout Substitution's many character tale, which is equally awesome. An eleven character story excluding the judge; ten seeing as Grossberg hardly speaks. My hats off to you.
Thanks! To be perfectly honest, it's a miracle my story even works... It was mostly ad-lib.
I won't get lucky like that again.
8. Redd White as the mastermind behind the scenes. Ooh, this just reeked of a nice, juicy plot. I, too, was disappointed with how little his story was in the main series, as he had the potential to be a much bigger villian.
I seem to have a thing for annoying asshole villains...
And I agree, the first time I played PW:AA I thought White - what with his power and influence - would be the biggest enemy in the game.
9. And finally about the future cases, are they going to go past April in-game, ignoring AJ's story?
I plan to make the entire game end on Phoenix's phonecall from Shadi Enigmar. He won't be named, but he'll invite Nick for "a game of cards". That should be all it takes for people to pin who the call's from.
Again, a huge thanks for your interest! Stay tuned