What you had just said supports only the "justified self-defense" plea you refused earlier. Justice for All is a visual novel adventure game in which the player takes the role of Phoenix Wright, a defense attorney who defends people accused of murder in four different episodes. It shows a clear shot of Maya channeling a different person. ***SPOILER ALERT*** Well, if you have the game, and you made it to the end of "Farewell, My Turnabout", you have a sudden choice on what Matt Enguarde is guilty or not; and when you make your choice, it depends on the situation, since the episode was strange.....it also means you have beaten the Phoenix Wright 2 Game, despite what choice you made. The fact that the bullet hole is in the sleeve on the costume you have now, but not in the picture which was taken after the crime, has confused The Judge. You try to stop the judge from ending cross-examination, but you are overruled. But before the victim was shot, sir, he was stabbed in the chest. Fortunately, von Karma wants to hear more of Phoenix's claim against her "flawless" case and wants Lotta to testify further. It shows what appears to be Maya holding a pistol from behind and Dr. Grey's lifeless body. The scene then moves to Phoenix Wright and Maya Fey at the detention center. Von Karma?! Things are going downhill, and fast. You look at Lotta's second photo. It shows you, in the Detention Center, talking to Mia channeled by Maya! Choose Behind the folding screen. You are introduced to your new opponent - a very young woman named Franziska von Karma, who says she is here for one thing, revenge (for her father?). Present the hole on the sleeve. The episodes are all divided into chapters, consisting of courtroom sections and investigation sections. You are given a choice of whether to insist or not. Von Karma wants you to show her the "hole" in her theory. When given the choice, say that The shooter is someone else. It looks like you are getting somewhere, but von Karma is still smiling somehow. Why didn't Lotta mention this in her testimony? When asked to present how, Present the Black Key. Pearl congratulates you for listening, making theories, and tricking everyone into believing you. After you finish protesting about the second photo, Von Karma finally submits Lotta's Photo 2, which will be added to the Court Record. [Go to top]← Part 2-1: Trial | Part 2-2: Trial | Part 3: Investigation →, From StrategyWiki, the video game walkthrough and strategy guide wiki, Lotta's Testimony: Witness's Account Pt.2, Witness's Account Pt.2: Cross-examination, Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Justice For All, https://strategywiki.org/w/index.php?title=Phoenix_Wright:_Ace_Attorney_-_Justice_For_All/Episode_2:_Reunion,_and_Turnabout/Part_2-2:_Trial&oldid=821534. Her face cannot be seen. She took a picture at the Detention Center!? Maya warns you that if you don't win, her ghost will haunt you along with Mia's. Von Karma swears to defeat you and mocks you for your "foolishness" for a not guilty plea. She had told you that she had taken two pictures and you ask why she hadn't told the court about this in the first place. The gameplay in Justice for All, the second game in the Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney series, can best be described as that of a point-and-click adventure mixed with a text adventure. The Floor Plans will be added to the Court Record. ... Phoenix Wright JFA Case 4 Part 2: Juan Of Us by NintendoCapriSun. At first, only one episode is available; as the player solves a case, a new episode is unlocked to play. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Justice For All | Table of Contents | Walkthrough. Maya is shocked to hear you are facing Prosecutor von Karma (well, his successor). Things have gone from bad to worse. Well, von Karma's whip seems to help in this case. If the sleeve was shot at point-blank range, there should be gunpowder burn around it! Or will she stab you in the back like last time? The Judge accuses von Karma of hiding the evidence, but von Karma says she wasn't informed, and blames the police. As the series' main character, Phoenix Wright, you're tasked with getting to the bottom of a series of seemingly impossible cases. For Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Justice for All on the DS, GameFAQs has 11 guides and walkthroughs. The sound of a crash is then heard and the car is shown crashed into a wall and on fire. You are asked if your claim changes the case - choose It changes everything. Press on Lotta's fourth statement. I'm really bad when it comes to blood and ghosts and stuff. You wonder if there is something wrong with it. It seems everything has changed, but von Karma states that you have made a mistake. Things are looking grim already; everything is implicating Maya for the murder. You suddenly see Pearl, who claims to have run all of the way here, since she didn't know what a "train" is. The Judge accepts both the Knife and Pistol as murder weapons. We were waitin' outside the door and then, "bang!" Press harder on her fourth statement and you are given a choice on her fifth statements on where she looked. At first, only one episode is available; as the player solves a case, a new episode is unlocked to play. It's Mia. Anyway, she calls Dick Gumshoe to the stand. Maya says she doesn't recall ever leaving the room and she doesn't recall a third person either. The final case of Justice For All. Lotta presents the picture she took when you two entered. You ask Gumshoe if there is anything else on the evidence, but von Karma raises an objection. Von Karma calls Lotta Hart to the stand and has her testify about her account. In Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney -- Justice for All, players take the role of a young defense attorney who must examine witnesses, investigate crime scenes, analyze testimonies, and collect evidence in hopes of obtaining a not guilty verdict. Lotta's Photo will be added to the Court Record. You don't need to learn about the real-life court system to get any ideas of what to expect, as it is self-explanatory. 3. If you chose Justified self-defense, don't worry, you will realize your mistake, automatically change your plea to not guilty, and earn the Justified Self-Defense achievement in the HD iOS version. 1. The bullet hole on Maya's sleeve indicates that Dr. Grey did fight back after all. Product Information. I believe I was more specific on that one.