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Sep 18, 2013 | 8:51 PM EDT

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NONSENSE! After an unfortunate incident, Socrates Jones must debate a host of philosophers in order to win back his life. More than slightly inspired by the Ace Attorney series.

Authors note: This is for real this time, by the actual creators! The person who was pretending to be us didn't even upload the most recent version. That's just lazy game theft, that is.

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edbrasiledbrasil

Rated 5 / 5 stars September 19, 2013

made me login afterwards just to rate five..this game deserves!!!


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alanbednarzalanbednarz

Rated 5 / 5 stars October 9, 2013

cool game! thank you


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RebelRisingRebelRising

Rated 5 / 5 stars September 20, 2013

This is arguably one of my all time favorite games. I love philosophy and utilizing it in game play was a phenomenal idea. The execution was on point. You certainly have to think, but it wasn't frustrating or off-putting. I most definitely hope to see more like this!!!



LiteralMeLiteralMe

Rated 5 / 5 stars September 28, 2013

I love this game ! It goes very in depth of philosophical stuff,life,happiness and society.I just hope there will be a sequel to this.



BiggamefreakBiggamefreak

Rated 5 / 5 stars September 20, 2013

This game is ingeniously derivative from great thinkers and a great video game series.

Arguing with fathers of famous philosophers, and finding the flaws in their arguments, make players argue as they play the game. I read about these philosophers in college and I will remember them even more because of this game.

Using Phoenix Wright as their mechanic and narrative structure is a nice foundation. The major difference in the mechanics is being able to examine statements in 3 different ways rather than 1, adds the to the complexity of pursuing the argument further. The answers given when you ask them can be wasteful (but not wastefully added to the game), important to game progression, or humorous.

The final act to the game was a great way to tie up the story, and the final answer resonates with what I believe in as well. This was a great game, and I feel smarter and more educated for playing it.
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I do have a question for the game designers. Is there an easter egg where, "your face is ugly" would trigger an interesting response from one of the philosophers?


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