Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
- There are a total of 20 general entries.
Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney
Ema Skye. Ema Skye appeared in "Rise From The Ashes", in "Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney". She wanted to become a forensic scientist, but couldn't pass the test. She then became a detective. Ema often snacks at the crime and sometimes throws her snacks at people who do things that she doesn't like.
Miles Edgeworth. Miles Edgeworth was a prosecutor in the first three "Ace Attorney" games. He goes to study overseas, however, so he does not appear in "Apollo Justice". Detective Gumshoe appears briefly in a flashback case.
He presented forged evidence. He does not knowingly present forged evidence. However, the defendant switched attorneys, and as revenge, Kristoph had the forged evidence created and given to Phoenix.
Klavier Gavin . In Turnabout Serenade, a murder takes place during a Gavinners concert. Machi Tobaye is the defendant, and Lamiroir and Daryan Crescend are witnesses.
Women's Panties. Stickler stole the panties because Trucy owns a pair of magic panties that anything can fit into. He claimed the thefts were "all in the name of science".
Zak Gramarye. Zak Gramarye is Trucy's blood father. Trucy is Phoenix's adopted daughter. Zak came out of hiding to pass on the Gramarye performance rights to Trucy.
Daughter. Trucy owns and operates the Wright Anything Agency with Phoenix. She is an aspiring magician, while Phoenix is a mediocre piano player.
The Gavinners . The Gavinners are all connected to the police in some way. Klavier Gavin is a prosecutor, and guitarist Daryan Crescend is a detective. The Gavinners have a a song called "Guilty Love".
Kristoph Gavin. Kristoph Gavin is the mentor of Apollo Justice, who is a rookie defense attorney. Phoenix Wright was the defendant, but he was found innocent. Winston Payne was the prosecutor in the case, and Olga Orly was a key witness to the crime.
22. He is a young upstart and, if going by the American college system, must have skipped two grades somewhere in his education in order to have finished college and law school in this amount time. The game does not specify which years skipped or how this is otherwise possible.
Housuke Odoroki. Odoroki literally means "a surprise" in Japanese. The Japanese character for "hou" means "law." "-suke" is a common ending for boys' names in Japan. So, his first name pretty much means "law boy." The production team almost named him Ikinari, which means "all of a sudden." Naruhodou Ryuuchi is Phoenix's Japanese name, Tomoe Houdzuki is Lana Skye's, and Teruo Ukari is Pal Meraktis' name in the Japanese version this game.
Thalassa Gramarye. She's also known as Lamiroir and Juror 6. She took a break from the Gramarye Magic Troupe, married a performer, and had a child. She named him Apollo. The performer then died, and whom she left the child with is unknown, but she did return to the troupe without him. By the end of the game, Apollo does not know his mother's identity, but Thalassa discovers her sons'. Incidentally, Phoenix has no wife and there is no such character as "Megan Justice."
His bracelet. His bracelet, given to him by his birth mother, Thalassa Gramarye, helps him "perceive" the truth by helping him notice nervous habits. Trucy also has this power, but she does not need an aid to use it.
Loud music. During the concert, he made it clear that loud music wasn't his thing. Incidentally, he also says he doesn't like heights during the game.
"a passionate heart burning red". In the trailer ad for the game, the words "His only weapon: a passionate heart burning red!" were layered over a picture of Apollo pointing and Trucy behind him, rooting him onwards. It then faded out to his "Objection!"