Question about a reference to another caseEdit

In the References to Other Cases section, it mentions that Franziska von Karma's tracker is seen in the evidence room. I'm 99% sure it's actually Gumshoe's bug detector. However, I don't want to edit it without someone else confirming it in case it's wrong. So, can someone confirm it for me please? MrKiryu 19:08, June 2, 2010 (UTC)

Console Information Edit

This game is for the Nintendo Wii, not the Ds.

It appeared in the DS version, and was created exclusively for it. For the Wii version of Phoenix Wright, it was released as DLC. Also, I don't like to mini-mod, but please remember to sign stuff after you post it. I had to edit this so that people didn't think I had posted it :P MrKiryu 13:47, January 8, 2011 (UTC)

Cost Edit

How many Wii Points does this cost? -- 23:24, February 26, 2011 (UTC)

The "Rise from the Ashes" episode costs 100 Wii Points, however you must have previously bought the game "Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney" (which costs 1000 Wii Points). Jessica Ilha 23:31, February 26, 2011 (UTC)


I believe the last edit (involving the blood in Miles Edgeworth's Office) requires a reference... give me ein paar days so I can locate a suitable one - otherwise, If my computer is too slow >{... go to courtrecords and investigate?

I think the notes could use some rearrangement, anyway. I also think that the "gag" luminol detections might be better served in the luminol page. capefeather 14:19, March 27, 2012 (UTC)

Thehumangoomba 13:30, March 27, 2012 (UTC)

AI-16 Incident - Turnabout Sisters Edit

I'm not sure if the thing about screwdriver doesn't have "too many coincidences" right now for it to be considered as only possibility. Blue screwdriver, similar date, the way Edgeworth is looking at Phoenix, when saying he can't say what was this case. What are your opinions? Sligneris 22:32, September 24, 2012 (UTC)

I feel the way it's stated at the moment is fine. I don't see why we have to outright say it is the same case if the game doesn't. Just saying that the two could be the same and pointing out the similarities is good enough for me. - Strabo412 (talk) 21:42, September 24, 2012 (UTC)

Help needed with cell phoneEdit

Forgive me if this is the wrong place to put this. Currently on Day 1 Investigation. I managed to get through everything so far (and even restarted the chapter to reassure), but I can't seem to get past the examination of the cell phone in the parking lot. I press the button on the side, the phone opens, revealing a blue "redial" button. I skim over it with the cursor, but the "Examinate" button in the bottom-right corner won't appear. I skim over the rest of the phone and I examine the strap, but this doesn't advance the plot at all as it's just commentary.

Now I don't usually refer to walkthroughs because I like to figure things out myself and I'm afraid of spoilers, but I decided to anyway, and it tells me to examine the redial button. (But again, it won't let me for some reason.) Am I doing something wrong? Did I miss anything along the way?

Thanks to anyone who is willing to respond. I'm just really confused right now and I want to complete this chapter, but if I can't figure it out, I might just have to skip over to the next game and read what happened instead. 20:04, April 9, 2013 (UTC)

I'm afraid I can't really help with that, but I have a couple of suggestions before taking the pretty drastic step of skipping the case altogether:
It might just be that you've missed one thing that is required for the redial button to show up. I would try a spoiler-free walkthrough on somewhere like GameFAQs if you're unsure as to whether you've missed something. Alternatively, the good folks over at the courtrecords forums (a great Ace Attorney fan-site) might be a better place to ask for help than here (there's hardly a bustling community on this wiki). Sorry I can't be more help than that... - Strabo412 (talk) 20:41, April 9, 2013 (UTC)

Chapter numbers Edit

Is the number of chapters changed in later versions of the game? In the DS version, the investigation chapters were unbroken, but maybe in later versions they're split? capefeather (talk) 22:39, August 31, 2013 (UTC)

If this isn't the case then I'm just going to revert the edit back to three investigations... capefeather (talk) 21:40, September 1, 2013 (UTC)

L.A Edit

I just read from The FirstTurnabout page that this case references the fact that the series takes place in L.A. Could someone tell me what it is because it's not mentioned here, and I don't feel like playing thorugh that case again.Franzyfan1998 (talk) 22:49, November 8, 2015 (UTC)

Dunno. It's mentioned as taking place in L.A. in Janet Hsu's blog for what it's worth. Court Records also has a transcript for RftA if you fancy rooting though that. - Strabo412 (talk) 22:56, November 8, 2015 (UTC)
Well I just looked at both of them and using the tools the internet allows (Ctrl+F) and looking up both Los Angeles and L.A. neither were in the Transcipt provided and Janet Hsu only said "Gyakuten Saiban” takes place in Japan, the Los Angeles that “Ace Attorney” takes place in is an alternate universe where anti-Japanese sentiments and anti-immigrant laws were not enacted, and Japanese culture was allowed to flourish and blend into the local culture in the same manner as other immigrant cultures." Either the Transcipt people mis-wrote the text (can't say that's not a possibilty) or the note in The First Turnabout is wrong.Franzyfan1998 (talk) 00:32, November 9, 2015 (UTC)</span>

"Flew threw the air" Edit

Why isn't "flew threw the air" in the typos and errors section? I'd add it in but I don't know what should be the format. Juan D'Marco 14:29, December 24, 2016 (UTC)

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