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Rank: Ace Attorney
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For those who don't know,the coda is the little ending bit before the looping point in the cross examination allegro theme which isn't in the Moderato theme. The Presto themes in AAI don't count as they are their own song,not just a faster paced version of the others.
Please do not note that DD doesn't have an allegro coda,and the AAI games only have a loooooong pause before they loop (I.e,no tunes), so they do not count.
My favourite is DGS,and my least favourite is SoJ,but let's discuss all of them.
AA is classic. A very short but groovy tune,which is sorta like a little resting point before you go back to the testimony.
JfA is,I find somewhat underrated. Sure,it takes up half the song since the actual tune is just a more barebones version of AA's,but it goes full chaotic,and I find it to be a great build up to the pursuit theme.
T&T is pretty neat. It really shouts 'This is it! The final testimony! The final part! It all ends here!',and I find it works beautifully in the last case for that reason.
AJ is pretty familiar,though I don't know why. It's a great buildup nevertheless to the intensity that is 2007.
The English Court coda in the crossover is a strange mood whiplash,but one that works in its favour. Seriously,the original was high pitched,which worked then,but the fact they used a trumpet/trombone for that,which is not the epitome of high-pitched,I assure you,makes the theme even more intense. It works puuuuurdy well.
The Witch's Court coda is a perfect Laytony coda. It's good. Not much else to say.
DGS is the best. It's so catchy and charming,and I want to dance to it all day. Beneath it all though,I find it to be a perfect metaphor for the series. You're always in a dance,a waltz with the culprit,a game of cat and mouse,and trying to get the truth from quirky witnesses. This song really exemplifies that,and that's why it's my personal favourite.
SoJ....meh. It could have been less...simple? Idk,I feel it's kinda ruining the pacing of a very intense allegro with it. That's really annoying for me.
What about you?
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