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Zinc Lablanc.png This page concerns a music track from an Ace Attorney game that does not yet have an official English title. The title used is unofficially localized, but follows naming conventions used in official title track names.


Bobby Fulbright
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"Cross-Examination - Allegro 2013" is a music track from Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Dual Destinies. It is used throughout the game during later cross-examinations in a trial chapter, with "Cross-Examination - Moderato 2013" being used earlier on. It is part of the recurring "Cross-Examination" tracks used throughout the Ace Attorney series.

Usage[]

"Cross-Examination - Allegro 2013" plays during the following testimonies in Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Dual Destinies:

Turnabout Countdown[]

The Monstrous Turnabout[]

Turnabout Academy[]

  • "Hugh's Confession" (Hugh O'Conner) — only during testimony; the Mood Matrix is used instead of a cross-examination
  • "Prof. Means Work of Art" (Aristotle Means)

Turnabout for Tomorrow[]

Turnabout Reclaimed[]

  • "The Whole Truth" (Marlon Rimes) — only during testimony; the Mood Matrix is used instead of a cross-examination
  • "The Dissin' of Phoenix Wright" (Marlon Rimes) — only during cross-examination; an unlisted track plays during testimony

Notes[]

  • Notably, this track is not used in The Cosmic Turnabout, which is the only instance to date of a "Cross-Examination - Allegro" track not appearing in every episode of the Ace Attorney game in which it is introduced.
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