[SUBBED] The Great Ace Attorney ~ The Adventure of the Unspeakable Story – Investigation (12/16)

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  1. Zvarri! You have been outwitted again, Sir Judge!

    …it is a pity the copyright strike still stuck, I was hoping for longer episodes…

  2. While we await the appearance of Doom Dutch, leave your tags here.

    Once he's here, though, feel free to jump ship over there.

  3. "I saw the report with her testimony, but who knew that under that helmet… it was the wicked #tag of the witness stand!?"
    -Miles Edgeworth

  4. Huh. Going through the conversation topics out of order has Iris talking about Holmes being shot before Ryu told her about it.

  5. Sadly, I can't continue with the entertaining speculation; I blundered into a spoiler on Google by mistake and now I know the whos and the whys of this case.

    A word of warning: Don't Google Cosney Megundal. One of the results (the second on my list) you're fed comes from the AA wiki, and the blurb beneath the link contains the spoiler.

  6. "As black as he may be, he has done nothing wrong". – This sounds really racist when you think about it.

  7. Ryunosuke Naruhodou: (…I don't know if I should take a 10 year old to the Crime scene)
    *in 2017 Ryuuichi Naruhodou brings a 8 Year old to a crime scene*

    I Smell Irony

  8. Awww man. It always kind of hits me when some random guy who hasn't actually done something wrong and you actually get to speak to first and everything, later turns out to be the victim of the case. Makes it all the more powerful when you knew they had some actual… personality, ya know? Not just some name and mugshot. Like that doctor from the second game, who kept pushing his glasses up. It wasn't like I really liked him that much at first; but then when he was killed, I was like "Damn, dude didn't deserve that.".
    I kinda liked Hutch. It's sad.

  9. No one has mentioned Holmes' resistance to general anesthesia?
    Among other things, in 1890 as anesthetics were used ether, cocaine, morphine (active substance of opium). So it's most likely a reference to Holmes' drug abuse problems. Only this time, he doesn't live alone, but has a 10 year old to take care of.
    Why, Capcom, why.

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