Ace Attorney: Season Two [Anime Review]

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If you know us at all, you know that the Ace Attorney franchise is one of our favorites. We were beyond excited when we heard that there was an anime made for the first game of the series, and thrilled when the anime was renewed for a season two to complete the original trilogy of the games. Despite the fact that we have completed the games multiple times, we were still looking forward to watching how the anime showcased the series.

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We watched the entirety of season one in practically one or two nights and reviewed a couple of episodes from it. We were talking about the second season one day out of the blue. Out of curiosity, we looked up the DVDs and release date and it turned out volume one of season two was already out and volume two was released just a week or two after we had this original conversation. Like season one, I had splurged on the DVDs and Kris took it upon herself to splurge on season two.

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It wasn’t even a question of whether or not we would get it. I just added it to the cart and bought it immediately, haha! To celebrate getting season two, we did rewatch season one and found it as delightful as the first time we watched it. This time we realized there were also bloopers, the voice actors goofing off while saying their lines, and it was hilarious! Season two, however, did not have bloopers which were terribly unfortunate, but it was still fantastic to watch.

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Yes, we decided to rewatch the first season while waiting for the second volume of season two to come out. Even though it says there are bloopers on the back of the DVD, there were actually no bloopers on either disc of season two, which was disappointing.

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Yet, we weren’t disappointed with the quality of season two. It did a fantastic job of animating the second and third games, especially with Trials and Tribulations. Despite the fact that we knew how the story ended, we were always on the edge of our seats. The voice acting was wonderful for all the characters. Not only that, but there was a handful of episodes for a case that is not present in the games. I would love more original Ace Attorney anime!

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Season two was great, I agree. The final case in the third game is the longest and it was 13 episodes long. Nothing was dragged out, either. It was just really good and we were addicted to it. But yes, I would love more original episodes. In season one, there was an episode of when Phoenix, Miles, and Larry were in elementary school. In season two, there’s an episode when they’re teenagers. There was also another episode that seemed to take place in the “present.” Maya, Phoenix, Gumshoe, and the Judge are all on a train and have to solve a murder. That was especially fun because we didn’t actually know the ending.

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Even though we know all the answers and endings at this point, the Ace Attorney anime is something that I would watch multiple times. The characters are strong, the voice acting is wonderful, and the animation itself is well done. I also really enjoyed the theme songs, wishing that they were available on Spotify. Here’s hoping that there will be a season three, one that either continues with Apollo Justice or even giving us more original cases with the current cast.

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Out of all the anime we’ve watched, Ace Attorney is probably one of my favorite shows. I do hope there’s a season three. I’d love to see more of the games through the characters in the show. Plus, more original cases. That would be a lot of fun.

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