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Nina Aquila Legal Eagle Chapter 2

The first chapter is free, the following chapters are available for a small fee. The funds raised will initially be directed into the unique assets needed to create future cases, with the long-term goal of replacing all visual aspects of the game with unique character and environment resources. ◁◁ PREVIOUS CHAPTER| CHAPTER ONE | NEXT CHAPTER ▷▷ Nina Aquila: Legal Eagle is a series of anime-themed NV/graphic adventure games in which you take on the role of a novice criminal defense lawyer. Fledge City is in crisis and it`s up to Nina Aquila and her friends to make sure justice prevails! The only parts of the game that some readers may not like as much are rather small elements of its aesthetic and technical presentation. While Legal Eagle does an admirable job of adapting the RPGMaker engine for use in a different genre, many of the graphic elements used will be very familiar to anyone who has ever played RPGMaker games. And the choice of engine also means missing out on many standard features in most visual novels, such as an adjustable text speed, a message backlog, or a dedicated skip text reading feature (although holding down the Enter key is enough if you accidentally selected the same dialog option twice, as I have often done). To be fair, not all Ace Attorney games have these features, but including them could have added a bit more finish. Future episodes might offer a slightly smoother reading experience if they implement some of the more text-oriented RPGMaker plugins. […] *Nina Aquila: Legal Eagle Chapter II – Broken Wingsby Ethan Foxmy reviews […] The game also offers a long list of credits that covers plugin, asset, and language mapping. Please check them out, as NALE would only be possible with their help! Thanks to the official RPG Maker and subreddit forums, all my Twitter & Tumblr followers and NALE Discord members. The ending of Broken Wings is fun and satisfying and hints at many interesting things to come in future episodes. If this review inspires you to play it, leave a comment and tell me what you think will happen! Personally, as a big fan of Edgeworth, I hope that the character of his Legal Eagle counterpart, Chad Hawke, will be developed. I`m really looking forward to seeing the rest of Nina`s story, and I think most other Ace Attorney fans will enjoy it too.

Have you finished the Ace Attorney games, but still can`t get enough of yelling “OBJECTION!” at weird people on the witness stand? Return to a slightly different but mostly familiar courtroom in developer Ethan Fox`s tribute to the classic series Nina Aquila: Legal Eagle. Nina`s first case, a short tutorial, was published for free last December, and tomorrow the story continues in Chapter II: Broken Wings. Thanks to Ethan for giving me early access so I can bring you this spoiler-free review. Chapter 2 of NALE contains a story that revolves around a key murder, although there is no blood. There are also themes such as grief and recent loss. Legal Eagle`s tutorial establishes cross-examination mechanisms in the courtroom that any Ace Attorney fan will recognize. It also introduces our heroine, Nina Aquila, wearing an eye patch, in the role of a young lawyer who triumphantly wins her first trial. But if we go back to their story in Broken Wings, something has clearly gone wrong. Nina`s mentor in the tutorial is conspicuously absent, occasional brief flashbacks suggest a major traumatic event as the cause, and Nina sleeps on the floor of her chaotic office like a downed film noir detective. It takes the arrival of a green-haired stranger named Dylan, who offers to act for free as Nina`s indispensable assistant in exchange for defending her friend against murder charges to help her regain her motivation. Dylan`s friend, Terry, is accused of killing someone in a casino after arguing over the results of a card game, but Nina believes that Terry sincerely insists on his innocence and sets out to get to the bottom of it.

Broken Wings follows Ace Attorney`s basic formula of switching investigative segments and courtrooms, but adds a fun new dynamic to the former. For one, you can walk around on much larger maps during the survey, and the optional dialogs with random passers-by add a bit of flavor. In addition, Nina`s investigation leads her to meddle in the card game that may have motivated the murder — that is, a collectible card game called Dragon Fantasy Arena that people play at the casino because it hosts an anime convention. It turns out that Broken Wings simultaneously pastiches Ace Attorney and parodies other collectible card games-focused media! I found a lot of jokes around this plot element particularly funny, as I grew up with the 4Kids version of Yu-Gi-Oh. There`s even a fighting mini-game that Nina needs to master if she wants to convince the convention`s legendary duelists to answer her questions (or you can switch it to the simpler “adventure mode” if you`d rather read the story without the added complications). I won`t say too much about specific events in the game, but Dragon Fantasy Arena certainly adds some unique twists to the murder investigation. As fun and original as many elements of his story are, there were times when I felt that Broken Wings followed the typical Ace Attorney formula a little too closely. On the one hand, the idea remains that the judicial proceedings can only last a maximum of three days. And just like Phoenix Wright, Nina Aquila seems to have a habit of delaying premature guilty verdicts by bluffing completely — unless only luckily is she saved at the last minute by someone else presenting new evidence. It`s certainly a formula that works, but after reading it so many times in the Ace Attorney series, I think it would be much more interesting to see the writers experiment with it more. However, this is just one of many other episodes in the Legal Eagle saga, so it`s very likely that Broken Wings could trick readers into expecting the same structure every time, only to undermine it later.

And whether or not the series starts to stray a little further from the style of its main influence, I will always be interested in reading and understanding it. NALE has a number of accessibility considerations that can make the game more comfortable for some players. These options include flash reduction and bright, intense screen effects. A full overview of NALE`s accessibility options can be found HERE.