JUST FINISHED THE GOOD DAMN GAME, MY HEAD HURTS AS FUCK, DIDNT USE ANY CONTINUE, DIDNT CHEAT, MY HEAD HURTS A LOT!!!! IMMA NOT KIDDING... THIS GAME... THIS DAMN GAME IS ADICTIVE, ALSO I THINK HALF OF MY BRAIN DIED DURING THE PROCCES, didnt notice than Caps lock where active while writting this, it might be a problem
A good game but......I just have to ask:
WHAT IS THIS, A DEBATE LESSON?!
Yep! It is, in fact =P
As everyone has pointed out, this game was amazing. Applying the Phoenix Wright formula to philosophy actually makes more sense than applying it to law. It was very exciting to debate philosophy, and it was also much more educational than trying to read philosophy (especially Kant). The visuals were great, especially the designs of Ariadne, the Arbiter, and the protagonist. Music was sweet. Everything is good.
I hope you make more of these, but I'm afraid they'd all end in the same conclusion as this game did. Still, it'd be fun to do this over with various branches of metaphysics.
A fantastic game with lovely music, amusing plot and enjoyable visuals.
Not many games these days expect you to think at ALL. None expect anything but typical lackluster keyboard pressing skills.
With that in mind the characters are very clever and unqiue. Some ranging from friendly to intimidating. The gameplay focusing around having a debate and a conversation on a general scale was done with the best of qualities. I've never seen anyone do anything like this.
It was so incredibly refreshing to actually think about something very meaningful. It's something that more people should play. Thank you for the experience.
The first time I started to play this awhile back, I didn't give it enough of a chance, as it just seemed too wordy and silly. But after reading the reviews from others, I decided to go back and give it a longer chance, and I'm glad I did. This turned out to be a very, very, very enjoyable game, and I can't imagine how much education, forethought, and planning it took to bring it to life. I honestly think it would make a great little feature film of some kind, on par with Fritjof Capra's "Mindwalk".