|And just like that, the case came to an end. I ran away from the courtroom... and wandered the streets alone. I never saw Maya again. De Killer is a man of his word, so I'm sure he released her as promised. I heard the verdict of Ms. Andrews' trial a few days later. She was found guilty, of course. The "miracle" never happened. Maybe it was never meant to. Because a "miracle" is something that doesn't exist.|
"Reminiscences - Ballad of The Steel Samurai" is a music track originating in Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Justice for All that is a slower, more melancholic version of the theme music for The Steel Samurai: Warrior of Neo Olde Tokyo. It is part of the recurring "Reminiscences" tracks used throughout the Ace Attorney series.
The track first plays in Farewell, My Turnabout while Adrian Andrews tells Phoenix Wright and Pearl Fey about her late mentor, Celeste Inpax, as well as the romantic relationships that Inpax had with Matt Engarde and Juan Corrida that ultimately resulted in her suicide. The track also plays during the "alternate ending" of Farewell, My Turnabout if the wrong evidence is presented in the finale of the last trial day (although not in the Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy HD version of the game).
The track makes a reappearance in the Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Trials and Tribulations episode The Stolen Turnabout, while Andrews apologizes for hiding the fact that she broke the Sacred Urn.