Devil's Attorney comes to BlackBerry 10 and what a beauty it is

By James Richardson on 28 Mar 2013 10:50 am EDT
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Devil's Attorney has recently hit BlackBerry World and after being successful on other platforms it is now our turn on Team BlackBerry to get a slice of the action. The game itself is like nothing I have played before - yet surprisingly I am loving it.

You play a an attorney called Max and once you have chosen which cases you wish to represent in court it's time to do some battle with the defense. On the left side of the screen you will have various skills that you can use against the defense witnesses - I'm rather partial to using the interrogation one and as you hit the opposition with your skills they will loose points. Once their points reach zero they are out of court. If there are multiple witnesses then you will need to reduce all of their points before they do the same to you. And that is what determines who wins the court case.

There are a few more things you can do in the game - such as head on over to your apartment and spend your court earnings on buying goods to spruce the place up.

As you will see from the video - the graphics and sound effects are absolutely fantastic in Devil's Attorney. The game will cost you £2.00/$2.99 and it's well worth it in my opinion.

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Devil's Attorney comes to BlackBerry 10 and what a beauty it is

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Sounds good and fun but i really wish some of these games would retail for .99 or in the dollar range. Thinvs really add up on the blackberry when everything is in the $3-$5 range

Finished this game on my Nexus. Highly recommended for all Z10 users.
The story is amusing and funny, but the game is still challenging.
One of few games that I never skip the cutscenes between missions.

Man, so many awesome games coming out, I see myself running out of internal memory soon.

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Bought the fame. It's a lot of fun. With a few bucks for hours of entertainment. The dialog is fun too.. I wish there was a way to replay them.

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