Gyakuten Saiban 2, also known as Phoenix Wright Ace Attorney: Justice for All, is the sequel to last year's sleeper hit. This anime-stylised legal drama was an interesting surprise because it boasted some innovative game design and mechanics. Gyakuten Saiban 2 has you play the role of Phoenix Wright, a Japanese lawyer and Perry Mason wannabe. You take on a number of cases that get harder as you progress through the game. Like a murder-mystery television drama, you have the duel role of lawyer and private dick, sifting through evidence, witness testimony and crime-scene photos. For those who didn't play the original game, the first case acts as a tutorial, in which Phoenix Wright conveniently loses his memory after a blow to the head and has to re-learn how to be a lawyer. This game is slow-moving and dialogue driven, so more suited to gamers with patience. Those used to fast action or simple shoot-'em-ups might find it slow and boring. Those who prefer a strong storyline to exercise the grey matter, however, will find it totally absorbing. If you can't wait for the American release and don't mind having a Japanese manual, the Japanese version has an English-language option.