Character art in Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Spirit of Justice. Simon Blackquill is a character from the Ace Attorney series of adventure visual novel games. He made his debut in Dual Destinies as the game's rival prosecutor.
As shown in his concept art, he initially wielded a sword that interacted with his shackles. However, this was dropped as "too unrealistic", as swords are illegal for the general public to own in Japan, let alone for a convicted criminal.
The Ace Attorney series, which saw its first U.S. release on the Nintendo DS in 2005, often puts its protagonists in the middle of murder cases. But every previous game in the series has received a Teen rating from the ESRB, marking them as suitable for 13-year-olds on up.Jul 17, 2013
While the legal accuracy of Ace Attorney isn't always perfect, the series does still cover some very real legal issues. And you thought Ace Attorney was just a game. Mojang Studios' Chief Storyteller, Lydia Winters, reflects on an age of growth in the Minecraft Community.Jul 15, 2016
Summary Clad in black and white, with hair to match, and approaching the bench in shackles, 28-year-old Simon Blackquill serves as the prosecutor for most of Phoenix Wright: Dual Destinies even while he serves a prison term for murder.
During a case seven years prior to the events of Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney, two months after Trials and Tribulations, he was forced to forfeit his attorney's badge after presenting evidence that, unknown to him, was forged.
Overall a great game that teaches younger people about the law and helps those kids who want to be lawyers when they grow up.
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Previous entries in the Phoenix Wright mythos have all been rated "T" for Teen. "Due to the nature of the various crimes and storylines in this latest title in the series, ESRB deemed the title an M," a Capcom representative told us.Jul 17, 2013
Since there was no evidence that the bloodstains had been planted, the presiding judge reluctantly declared McGilded "Not Guilty", despite many protests. Triumphant, Magnus McGilded laughed and clapped manically as the courtroom broke into an uproar.
To begin with, Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney is an exceptional satire of Japan's judicial system. Japan, unlike the US, has a system of “guilty until proven innocent”. If one is accused of a crime and brought into Japan's court, there is a 99% chance of conviction.
A Summation Examination basically works similarly to cross-examinations; all you have to do is listen to each of the jury's reasonings for wanting to end the trial, and find contradictory statements between different jury members.Jul 27, 2021