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Ace Attorney (逆転裁判 その『真実』、異議あり！ Gyakuten Saiban: Sono "Shinjitsu", Igiari!; lit. "Turnabout Trial: I Object to That "Truth"!") is an animated adaptation of Capcom's Ace Attorney video game series, first announced at the 2015 Tokyo Game Show during Capcom's Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney: Spirit of Justice stage presentation. The first season aired in 2016, adapting the first two games in the series, Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney and Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney: Justice For All. The second season premiered on October 6, 2018, with a story based on Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney: Trials and Tribulations.
- 1 Cast
- 2 Production staff
- 3 Episode list
- 4 Soundtracks
- 5 Releases
- 6 Gallery
- 7 Differences from the games
- 8 Note
- 9 References
- 10 External links
Cast[edit | edit source]
The Japanese cast assignments were announced at Jump Festa 2015 on December 19. On November 14, 2017, Funimation announced the English dub cast for characters that appear in the first 13 episodes.
Main characters[edit | edit source]
|Yūki Kaji||Eric Vale|
Jill Harris (young)
|Aoi Yūki||Lindsay Seidel|
|Masashi Tamaki||Christopher Wehkamp|
Apphia Yu (young)
|Chie Nakamura||Colleen Clinkenbeard|
|Masami Iwasaki||Bryan Massey|
|Tōru Nara||Josh Martin|
Steph Garrett (young)
|Franziska von Karma
|Saori Yumiba||Jessica Peterson|
|Misaki Kuno||Alexis Tipton|
|Godot||Hiroaki Hirata||Brandon Potter|
|Judge||Ben Hiura||Kent Williams|
Introduced in season 1[edit | edit source]
Introduced in season 2[edit | edit source]
Production staff[edit | edit source]
- Chief Producer: Yūji Kikukawa & Tomonori Ochikoshi
- Producer: Koji Nagai
- Director: Ayumu Watanabe
- Planning: Tomonori Ochikoshi
- Series Composition: Atsuhiro Tomioka
- Character Design: Keiko Ōta
- Music: Kaoru Wada
- Animation Production: A-1 Pictures (season 1), CloverWorks (season 2)
- Series Production: A-1 Pictures (season 1), CloverWorks (season 2)
- Advisor: Shu Takumi
Episode list[edit | edit source]
- Opening themes:
- Ending themes:
Season 1[edit | edit source]
|1||"The First Turnabout"||April 2, 2016|
|Phoenix Wright, a rookie attorney of only three months, enters a murder trial in order to defend his childhood friend, Larry Butz, who is accused of killing his ex-girlfriend Cindy Stone. Prosecutor Winston Payne looks for an easy win, bringing with him damning evidence, but Wright believes he can do the impossible...|
|2||"Turnabout Sisters - 1st Trial"||April 9, 2016|
|Upon returning to the Fey & Co. Law Offices for a dinner appointment with Mia Fey and her younger sister Maya, Phoenix Wright stumbles upon the grisly scene of his boss's body, who has been bludgeoned to death. A note found by the body with Maya's name written in blood prompts Detective Dick Gumshoe to immediately arrest the girl and charge her with her sister's murder. At her most desperate hour, who will rise up to help her?|
|3||"Turnabout Sisters - 2nd Trial"||April 16, 2016|
|The trial of Maya Fey for the murder of her sister Mia is under way, and Wright is pitted against prodigy prosecutor Miles Edgeworth. Hope seems lost, but with flimsy testimonies and a questionable witness, things are not as straightforward as they appear. A promising lead points Wright in the direction of shady Bluecorp CEO Redd White, but just how far does this man's influence reach?|
|4||"Turnabout Sisters - Last Trial"||April 23, 2016|
|Due to Redd White's influence and connections, Phoenix Wright is indicted for the murder of his boss. Wright's only chance to avoid a guilty verdict is to expose White as Mia's true killer in court, a task made all the more difficult by Miles Edgeworth's ruthless prosecuting tactics. Wright is backed into a corner, but a little help from a spirit medium may be just what he needs to turn things around...|
|5||"Turnabout Samurai - 1st Trial"||April 30, 2016|
|When an actor in the popular children's television show The Steel Samurai: Warrior of Neo Olde Tokyo is found murdered, the prime suspect is star Will Powers. To Maya, the series' newest fan, this looks like the perfect first case for the Wright & Co. Law Offices. However, a crotchety security woman won't make things simple for them.|
|6||"Turnabout Samurai - 2nd Trial"||May 7, 2016|
|Wright and Maya manage to buy themselves some time to find Hammer's true murderer when additional suspects come to light. They find themselves faced with a cavalcade of eccentric characters, all of whom appear to have an alibi for the time of the murder. Luckily for them, a decisive piece of evidence comes from the most unlikely of places.|
|7||"Turnabout Samurai - Last Trial"||May 14, 2016|
|As the trial of the Steel Samurai reaches its last day, Wright learns the true killer's identity. The question is, can he prove it? It won't be easy, with a calm and collected witness like Dee Vasquez on the stand. He'll need all the help he can get, whether it comes from Wendy Oldbag, Cody Hackins, or even Prosecutor Edgeworth himself.|
|8||"Turnabout Goodbyes - 1st Trial"||May 21, 2016|
|Miles Edgeworth stands accused of murder, and only Phoenix Wright is willing to defend him! The victim is linked to a fifteen-year-old case, DL-6, involving the murder of Edgeworth's father. Did the prosecutor take the law into his own hands and kill the attorney responsible for the culprit's acquittal?|
|9||"Turnabout Goodbyes - 2nd Trial"||May 28, 2016|
|The trial of Miles Edgeworth begins, with Wright squaring off against Edgeworth's mentor, Manfred von Karma – a prosecutor with a forty-year unblemished record. Against such a fearsome foe, only a sacrifice can buy enough wiggle room for Wright to poke holes in the prosecutor's airtight case!|
|10||"Turnabout Goodbyes - 3rd Trial"||June 4, 2016|
|A true eyewitness to the murder on Gourd Lake surfaces! Only luck, friendship, and a spanner in the works can uncover the contradictions in von Karma's case and lead to a most surprising turnaround.|
|11||"Turnabout Goodbyes - 4th Trial"||June 11, 2016|
|Wright reveals his motivation for pursuing his profession, while a most unusual witness helps crack the case and solve the Gourd Lake murder. But, is Wright just playing into von Karma's hands?|
|12||"Turnabout Goodbyes - Last Trial"||June 18, 2016|
|The tragedy behind the DL-6 Incident is revealed, as Manfred von Karma reveals his endgame. The only way out for the defense is for Wright to uncover the truth of what really happened fifteen years ago.|
|13||"Turnabout Promise"||June 25, 2016|
|After school on the day of the class trial, Phoenix Wright and his newfound friends, Miles Edgeworth and Larry Butz, stumble upon another mystery: an abandoned dog on the streets. When the owner refuses to take the poor pup back, the boys must take matters into their own hands. All the while, the trio forge a friendship to last a lifetime|
|14||"Reunion and Turnabout - 1st Trial"||July 9, 2016|
|Wright visits Maya's hometown, Kurain Village, together with Dr. Turner Grey, who wants to summon the spirit of Mimi Miney. Ini Miney, Mimi's sister, recommended Maya Fey to summon her sister's spirit. At the village, Wright meets the little Pearl Fey, Maya's aunt Morgan Fey and Lotta Hart. As Maya and Dr. Grey go into the Channeling Chamber, Wright and Hart hear gunfire. They break down the door, only to find Dr. Grey murdered. Maya is accused of murder and arrested, and Wright must defend her in court.|
|15||"Reunion and Turnabout - 2nd Trial"||July 16, 2016|
|The trial begins, and the prosecution is helmed by the daughter of a fallen foe, out for revenge. Luckily for Wright, Pearl is there to support him in an unexpected manner.|
|16||"Reunion and Turnabout - 3rd Trial"||July 23, 2016|
|After the first session of the trial, the investigation continues, and a few suspects start to crop up.|
|17||"Reunion and Turnabout - Last Trial"||July 30, 2016|
|The trial reaches its climax, as Wright reveals what really happened during the channeling session. However, there is one question that needs to be answered: why did the real killer commit the murder in such a manner?|
|18||"Turnabout Big Top - 1st Trial"||August 6, 2016|
|A new murder, a new case. This time, the crime scene is a circus, with the victim being its ringmaster and the suspect its biggest star. Wright and Maya encounter colorful characters as they defend stage magician Maximillion "Max" Galactica, who is not only accused of the murder, but of literally flying away from the crime scene.|
|19||"Turnabout Big Top - 2nd Trial"||August 13, 2016|
|The trial for the murder of the circus ringmaster begins, and a shocking fact is revealed to the court. As Wright and Maya investigate further, they discover that six months ago there was a tragic accident involving the ringmaster's daughter. Could it be connected to the murder?|
|20||"Turnabout Big Top - Last Trial"||August 20, 2016|
|The miraculous magic trick behind the circus murder is finally unveiled. But in order to make the case against the true culprit stick, Wright must figure the whereabouts of the murder weapon.|
|21||"Farewell, My Turnabout - 1st Trial"||September 3, 2016|
|A new case, a new murder, but a familiar suspect, as a Samurai once again gets accused of the crime. This is a case that must be taken, but for an altogether different reason...|
|22||"Farewell, My Turnabout - 2nd Trial"||September 10, 2016|
|The trial comes and goes, and a hugely surprising fact comes to light.|
|23||"Farewell, My Turnabout - 3rd Trial"||September 17, 2016|
|The trial enters its second day, as the nature of a defense attorney comes under question.|
|24||"Farewell, My Turnabout - Last Trial"||September 24, 2016|
|The trial reaches its thrilling climax, with a life-or-death decision to be made: Guilty or Not Guilty?|
Season 2[edit | edit source]
|25||"The Lost Turnabout"||October 6, 2018|
|It is another day in court for Phoenix Wright as he takes up the defense for his newest client, Maggey Byrde, who is accused of killing her boyfriend, Dustin Prince. However, just before the trial, he is assaulted while in the defense lobby, causing the lawyer to lose his memories. Can Wright find the truth of the case while not knowing who he is?|
|26||"The Stolen Turnabout - 1st Trial"||October 13, 2018|
|One of treasures of Kurain Village, the Sacred Urn, has been stolen, and the culprit is identified as the infamous phantom thief Mask☆DeMasque. While Wright finds himself defending Ron DeLite, who had confessed to stealing the urn, another mystery comes to the court with the enigmatic Prosecutor Godot.|
|27||"The Stolen Turnabout - 2nd Trial"||October 20, 2018|
|The trial of Ron DeLite begins, and the prosecution's main witness is none other then Luke Atmey, the detective who has been chasing after Mask☆DeMasque. An unexpected witness comes to the aid of the defense with an alibi for Ron, but why does he still claim to be the thief?|
|28||"The Stolen Turnabout - 3rd Trial"||October 27, 2018|
|Ron DeLite is found not guilty of stealing the Sacred Urn, but his alibi places him at the scene of a murder. Wright must now look into the death of Kane Bullard, Ron's former boss at KB Security, but the theft of the Sacred Urn still has some secrets to tell...|
|29||"The Stolen Turnabout - Last Trial"||November 3, 2018|
|Ron DeLite returns to court, this time for murder. At the same time, Luke Atmey is on trial for stealing the Sacred Urn. However, Wright makes an unexpected accusation, and Atmey is made to appear in response. Can Wright decisively place the true culprit at the scene of Kane Bullard's death?|
|30||"Sound the Turnabout Melody"||November 10, 2018|
|In between court cases, Wright recalls an incident in his middle school years when he sought to contact Edgeworth via a song request on the radio. At the same time, Edgeworth ponders his future after three years of living with the von Karmas.|
|31||"Recipe for Turnabout - 1st Trial"||November 17, 2018|
|Wright defends Maggey Byrde again, as she stands accused of killing a customer at her new workplace, the French Restaurant Trés Bien. There's only one problem: an imposter claiming to be Wright had defended her a month ago and she ended up being found guilty. Wright must not only uncover the mystery of Glen Elg's death, but who impersonated him in court.|
|32||"Recipe for Turnabout - 2nd Trial"||November 24, 2018|
|Wright investigates further into the murder at Trés Bien, which leads him to the loan shark Tender Lender, and its owner, Furio Tigre.|
|33||"Recipe for Turnabout - Last Trial"||December 1, 2018|
|Wright returns to court with a suspect in mind. However, he needs to decisively prove that the testimony against his client was a set-up meant to frame her.|
|34||"Northward, Turnabout Express - 1st Trial"||December 8, 2018|
|Wright and Maya are invited on the Silver Star, a luxury express train that travels the coastline at night. Also amongst the guests is the Judge and Detective Gumshoe. However, a hijacker takes over the train with a certain demand, one that requires Wright's talents as a lawyer.|
|35||"Northward, Turnabout Express - 2nd Trial"||December 15, 2018|
|As the Silver Star barrels through a blizzard, a trial is held on the train. The defendant is none other than the fugitive Avery Richman, owner of the Silver Star. Wright finds himself trying to prove that Richman was falsely convicted of murdering Benjamin Cashanova one year ago, but one of witnesses for the trial is found dead. Meanwhile, Gumshoe manages to contact Edgeworth, asking him to look into the original trial.|
|36||"Northward, Turnabout Express - Last Trial"||December 22, 2018|
|Wright resolves to uncover the mysteries onboard the Silver Star, as the retrial of Avery Richman continues. What's the secret of the disappearing train cars? Who murdered Gale Gaelic and how did his body end up elsewhere? Answering these questions are the key to figuring out what happened in original incident one year ago.|
|37||"Turnabout Memories"||January 19, 2019|
|Five years ago, Phoenix Wright stood in court, but not as a lawyer, but as a college student facing a murder charge. The attorney who would take up his case is none other than the woman who would later become his mentor, Mia Fey. Just how did these two meet, and why was Wright a defendant back then?|
|38||"Hear the Waves of Turnabout"||January 26, 2019|
|Wright accompanies Pearl on a trip to the sea, as she seeks to replace a broken seashell that Maya had given to her. As they search for one, memories connected to that shell are brought up, including one involving both Maya and Mia.|
|39||"Turnabout Beginnings - 1st Trial"||February 2, 2019|
|One year before Wright met Mia, Mia was a rookie attorney on her very first case. The defendant is Terry Fawles, an escaped prisoner accused of murdering Valerie Hawthorne, the police officer who arrested him. While being supported by her senior co-worker, Diego Armando, she's going up against the newest addition to the Prosecutor's Office, the prodigy Miles Edgeworth.|
|40||"Turnabout Beginnings - Last Trial"||February 9, 2019|
|The trial of Terry Fawles continues, as Mia digs into the original incident that sent Fawles to prison in the first place: the death of Dahlia Hawthorne one year prior at Dusky Bridge. The truth of the incident may be the key to exposing Valerie's real killer, but will it be enough to save Mia's client?|
|41||"Bridge to the Turnabout - 1st Trial"||February 16, 2019|
|Looking to increase her spiritual strength, Maya heads for the Hazakura Temple for some special training. While accompanying her, Wright encounters one of the temple's nuns, Iris, who seems to be a dead ringer for Dahlia. However, before Wright could determine if there's a connection between the nun and his ex-girlfriend, tragedy strikes at the temple when someone's found murdered.|
|42||"Bridge to the Turnabout - 2nd Trial"||February 23, 2019|
|The picture book author, Elise Deauxnim, has been found dead at Hazakura Temple, with Iris arrested for her murder. Not only that, Maya's trapped in the Inner Temple and Wright's attempt to rescue her ended with him falling into the Eagle River. With Wright in the hospital with a cold, it is up to Miles Edgeworth to find the truth, but not as a prosecutor, but as Iris's defense attorney.|
|43||"Bridge to the Turnabout - 3rd Trial"||March 2, 2019|
|Thanks to Larry Butz testifying on Iris's behalf, the trial is extended for another day for further investigations. Also, Wright has recovered enough to reclaim his badge from Edgeworth. But things aren't still all that well with Maya still missing, and Godot appearing on the scene with some choice words for Wright.|
|44||"Bridge to the Turnabout - 4th Trial"||March 9, 2019|
|The investigation at Hazakura Temple continues, as Wright tries to find out who murdered Elise Deauxnim. Along the way, he ends up uncovering some big secrets that turn the case upside down and might put Maya in hot water. In between the high stakes and past incidents returning to haunt the case, can Wright discover the truth?|
|45||"Bridge to the Turnabout - 5th Trial"||March 16, 2019|
|The trial of Iris resumes with Godot returning to face off against Wright. However Iris drops a huge bombshell, namely that she merely covering up for the real killer, Maya. Wright doesn't believe in this confession, and seeks to get to the bottom of Iris's change in nature by breaking her testimony, only to find out that the girl at the witness stand is actually someone he thought he wouldn't encounter again.|
|46||"Bridge to the Turnabout - 6th Trial"||March 23, 2019|
|The identity of the girl at the witness stand was revealed to be Iris's twin sister, Dahlia Hawthorne, now amongst the living thanks to a spirit medium. Exposed, Dahlia confesses that she was part of a plot with Pearl's mother to kill Maya, and that the whole incident ended with Maya's death. Not only that, Dahlia claims that they can't punish her since she's already dead. Wright is dismayed at Dahlia's words, but is she telling the truth?|
|47||"Bridge to the Turnabout - Last Trial"||March 30, 2019|
|The spirit of Dahlia Hawthorne has been dealt with, but questions remain regarding the murder. With Maya found safe and sound, she is called to testify on the events of that night, but she is being unusually difficult. Wright must stand on his own as he seeks to expose the remaining secrets behind the murder and finally put to rest the conflict between him and Godot once and for all.|
Soundtracks[edit | edit source]
Two soundtracks were released for the anime. The first original soundtrack was released on August 24, 2016 and contains 31 tracks from the anime. The second original soundtrack was released December 21, 2016 and contains 29 tracks from the anime. Both soundtracks mostly consists of original tracks and character leitmotifs, but also feature some arrangements of musical themes from the games, such as the Steel Samurai's theme and "Objection!"
Gyakuten Saiban ~Sono "Shinjitsu", Igi Ari!~ Original Soundtrack Vol.1[edit | edit source]
|2.||Hajimete no Gyakuten||1:38|
|8.||Muzai wo Kachitoru tame ni||1:16|
|9.||Narikin Shachou - Konaka Masaru||1:38|
|10.||Bijin Hisho - Shouchiku Umeyo||1:05|
|11.||Satsujin Jiken Hassei||1:13|
|15.||Tonosaman no Theme||1:02|
|16.||Ooba no Obachan||1:32|
|17.||Otaku Kantoku - Uzai||1:23|
|20.||Naruhodou no Suiri||1:23|
|22.||Seigi no tame ni||1:55|
|23.||Koedo Kenshi Himesaman||0:52|
|24.||Tsuioku no Gakkyuu Saiban||1:10|
|25.||Kenji - Mitsurugi Reiji||1:04|
|28.||Nazo ni Tsutsumareta Shinsou||1:17|
|29.||Sannin no Yuujou||1:17|
|30.||Hanketsu no Ato ni||1:45|
|31.||Shinmai Bengoshi - Naruhodou||1:34|
Gyakuten Saiban ~Sono "Shinjitsu", Igi Ari!~ Original Soundtrack Vol.2[edit | edit source]
|1.||Naruhodou Ryuuichi no Theme||1:13|
|2.||Jinmon no Melody||1:51|
|3.||Tsuikyuu no Houtei||0:49|
|5.||Mitsurugi Kenji no Kunou||1:14|
|6.||Zetsubou no Mitsurugi||1:42|
|7.||Fuhai no Karuma Gou||1:55|
|8.||Hangeki no Jinmon||1:29|
|9.||Joou Kenji - Karuma Mei||1:50|
|13.||Chihiro no Koe||1:26|
|14.||Mayoi no Omoi||1:48|
|15.||Hitotoki no Kyuusoku||1:49|
|16.||Gyakuten no Sue ni||1:57|
|17.||Yukai na Hitotachi||1:10|
|18.||Ochame na Harumi||1:10|
|21.||Fukuwajutsu no Ningyou Lilo||0:57|
|23.||Aishuu no Gyakuten||1:54|
|24.||Circus-dan no Yami||1:14|
|25.||Koroshiya no Kyoufu||1:21|
|26.||Hikoku no Kokuhaku||1:31|
|28.||Nakama to Tomo ni||1:07|
|29.||Igi Ari! (version2)||0:58|
Releases[edit | edit source]
The first season of the anime premiered in Japan on April 2, 2016, with new episodes airing weekly on Saturdays until its final episode on September, 24, 2016. Outside Asia, the streaming site Crunchyroll provides two subtitled versions for online viewing on the same day for premium members, and one week later for everyone else; one version using the original Japanese character names and the other substituting them for the localized versions (e.g., "Phoenix Wright" instead of "Ryūichi Naruhodō")..
As of January 23rd, 2018 Funimation.com has the first 13 uncut episodes available for streaming in English with English subtitles. That same day the Japanese/English language and subtitle DVD/Blu-ray box set is available for purchase through the Funimation.com website.
The second season of the anime premiered on October 6, 2018, with Crunchyroll providing a simulcast as with the previous season. Funimation began streaming a dubbed version on October 30, 2018.
Gallery[edit | edit source]
Promotional art[edit | edit source]
Character artwork[edit | edit source]
Differences from the games[edit | edit source]
General[edit | edit source]
- The defense and prosecution benches have switched positions to these in the games. In the games, other than when showing the courtroom in full, the two benches are seen from the judge's perspective, so that the defense attorney is on the left side. In the anime, however, the camera angles are usually shot from the opposite perspective, with the switched benches resulting in the defense remaining on the left, from the viewer's perspective.
- When emphasizing the end of a character's argument, the games show a closeup of the speaker with speed lines in the background. The anime achieves a similar effect by having characters produce gusts of wind when pointing their fingers dramatically (or snapping one's fingers in Manfred von Karma's case), which can literally knock other characters off their feet.
- Many, though not all, of the dates given for the episodes differ from their game counterparts.
- One example is The First Turnabout being set in March rather than August, which corrects a mistake in the game where America's daylight saving season was not accounted for.
- While the English version of the games are set in a Japan-ified version of Los Angeles, the anime retains its Japanese setting throughout all languages. Consequently, any foreign locations that are mentioned are also altered to match the Japanese games, such as Cindy Stone visiting New York rather than Paris or the Von Karmas being American instead of German.
Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney episodes[edit | edit source]
- Maya asks Phoenix to be her lawyer to same time he asks her, and the two comedically bump their heads on the glass dividing them thanking each other.
- Penny Nichols does not have a speaking role in the Turnabout Samurai episodes. Mr. Monkey is also referred to as the "Forest Imp".
- Missile does not appear in the Turnabout Goodbyes saga, instead appearing during flashbacks to Edgeworth's childhood.
- Missile's owner has changed from Gumshoe to Edgeworth, and is now a Pomeranian instead of a Shiba Inu. The original Missile appears in the second ED, alongside his Pomeranian counterpart.
- No earthquakes strikes the detention center after Edgeworth finally asks Wright to defend him.
- Phoenix doesn't recieve the bullet from the DL-6 Incident after von Karma tazes them, and subsequently drops it.
- The anime adds a scene where Edgeworth feigns a stomach cramp so they can retrieve evidence from von Karma's office while Larry pretends to be Edgeworth.
- While the current year of each episode still matches up with its game counterpart, the year of the DL-6 Incident, which is the basis for the entire timeline, is not mentioned in the anime.
- The events of Rise from the Ashes are ignored, with the adaptation of Turnabout Goodbyes being followed by the anime-exclusive Turnabout Promise, then the Reunion, and Turnabout adaptation. Allusions to it such as the presence of the Blue Badger and Edgeworth's prosecutor's trophy do appear however.
- The events of The Lost Turnabout are moved to the beginning of season 2, while the adaptation of Turnabout Big Top follows the Reunion, and Turnabout adaption.
- Although Manfred von Karma is heavily implied to have died by the time of Reunion, and Turnabout in the games, it is implied that he is still alive at that point in the anime, with Phoenix asking Gumshoe, "Prosecutor von Karma? But, isn't he banned from...?"
- "Hotti" does not appear during in any of the Reunion, and Turnabout or Farewell, My Turnabout episodes.
- Psyche-Locks are largely absent, only appearing in Farewell, My Turnabout when Matt Engarde's true colors are revealed.
- Instead of being an accomplice to murder, Morgan Fey is in fact the mastermind behind the death of Dr. Grey and the implication of Maya, with Mimi Miney being forced to cooperate.
- Pearl Fey is absent from the opening of Turnabout Big Top, and takes a more active role as Wright's co-counsel during Reunion, and Turnabout and Farewell, My Turnabout. The games, on the other hand, only have her appear during trials to channel Mia.
- Maya is the one that snaps Max Galactica out if his delusion that he isn't under arrest rather than Phoenix.
- Max's "Billy Bob Johns" persona doesn't emerge until after Phoenix's first investigation.
- Lotta Hart is replaced by Larry Butz in the adaptation of Farewell, My Turnabout.
- Celeste Inpax is changed to be Adrian Andrews's older sister, with her surname being appropriately adjusted.
- Celeste Inpax's suicide note was forged by Juan Corrida in the games, but is the genuine article in the anime.
- Will Powers does not present Wright and Pearl with Shelly de Killer's transceiver, nor does he testify in the Farewell, My Turnabout episodes.
- Franziska von Karma presents the video footage of de Killer murdering Juan Corrida, but not the pistol that was fired at her shoulder or the bellboy's uniform worn by the assassin. In addition, she wears Gumshoe's coat (instead of using merely using it as a makeshift bag to contain the evidence) and has her arm in a sling.
- Engarde performs his breakdown twice. He also receives a unique speech bubble: "待ってくれえええ!" (Matte kureeee!)
- Wright and Maya reunite at the police department, rather than the defendant lobby. Pearl continues to channel Mia for the reunion.
- After his accident while racing back with the de Killer evidence, Gumshoe is bandaged around his entire body, rather than just around his head.
- The Stolen Turnabout is the first case adapted from Trials and Tribulations, following the adaptation of The Lost Turnabout.
- Unlike in the game, Larry is a witness for the Sacred Urn's theft.
- Phoenix and Maya do not visit Blue Screens, Inc. during the investigation in Recipe for Turnabout.
- Following the Recipe for Turnabout adaptation is the anime three-part original Northward, Turnabout Express storyline, followed by the adaptation of Turnabout Memories.
- Edgeworth appears to be unaware of "Melissa Foster's" true identity in the anime, whereas he was fully aware in the games.
- Details about the Umbrella are not discussed during Turnabout Memories.
- Sister Bikini didn't have to stand on the orange boxes, there's already a stool for her to stand on in the whole trial length.
- When Iris escaped, Miles is not present, instead, Gumshoe was the one distracted by the earthquake. Miles arrives only after the earthquake, and is the one who discovers the hidden sword cane with Wright, rather than Gumshoe. The metal detector is thus never used.
- When discussing about the possibility of Maya committing suicide from jumping into the river, the rock foundation is not discussed.
- Pearl doesn't remain at the Inner Temple near the end like in the games. Instead, she is escorted to the courtroom by Franziska von Karma. She also appears to have her clothes dirty from the curry gravy rather than in the games where she appeared to be clean.
Note[edit | edit source]
- Trucy Wright (and her "Mr. Hat" puppet), the Steel Samurai, the Evil Magistrate, and Ponco (albeit coloured green like Clonco) cameo as chalk drawings in "Gyakuten Winner", the anime's first opening theme.
- Crunchyroll has the option to set the subtitles to use the names from the English localizations of the games. This version contains a running joke where "ramen" is translated as "burger". Where as the Funimation dub uses the localized names throughout.
References[edit | edit source]
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- Ace Attorney – English Dub Cast Announcement
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