has a "fun" style throughout its production, but the entire experience is absolutely, dreadfully dull and unfulfilling.
Conversations are handled through multiple choice selecting via the touch-screen or the D-pad, and each action has its own concequences that will hurt or help your chances in completing the task that's set forth at the beginning of the game.Some decisions will actually stop the mission with a screeching halt to a "game over" screen, while some branches actually reward players with what's known as a "Golden Line." These "golden lines" can be accumulated which will open up additional missions not in the normal level tree.We can appreciate the company trying something new for a system that's trying something new, but Sprung is just unbelievably unrewarding as a "game," and I couldn't imagine any publisher attempting to release it as anything but one of the few titles capitalizing on a high profile launch release.The premise of Time Hollow is to use a mysterious pen to open portals that take the player into the past by drawing on the touch screen.Uncover the shocking past of Phoenix Wright and Mia Fey in this final courtroom showdown.
Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney follows a young attorney as he struggles to find his footing and live up to the legacy his mentor left him.
Really, the only thing missing is an action montage midway through the second act.
The game is essentially just a bunch of conversations that take place during two characters' stay at the Ski Lodge, so anyone actually expecting to hit the slopes for some skiing will be very, very disappointed.
Tasks range from scoring a VIP badge for a party, to hooking up with a model, to scoring with one bodacious babe.
And having two different characters to play as means two different ways to play the adventure.
Along the way, he encounters a cast of eccentric characters and tough cases.