File Size: 30.1 MB
File Length: 32:58
Cast (In order of apperance)
Frank Sahwit - McCorvic
Phoneix Wright - Tomoe
Mia Faye - Miki
Larry Butz - GForce
The Judge - U-1
Winston Payne - Liam057
The Thinker - Klaymen1
SFX & BGM
Phoneix Wright OST and Bonus Disc
VAA SFX Archieve
Special Thanks and Comments
Tomoe - For hosting the file and taking such a large role
Miki - Your acting for Mia was spot on and very fun to listen to so I have no complaints.
U-1 - Your role was very demanding as well yet you constantly showed both your acting abilities and work ethic. I will definately keep you in mind for both future productions and recommendations.
McCorvic - I actually laughed out loud with some of your lines. Here's to others having a similar reaction.
Liam057 - Thanks for IMing me making sure I finish this thing not to mention for being an awesome Winston.
Klaymen1 - For putting up with my constant questions about McCorvic's whereabouts and for voicing the clock.
wartjr2373 - For transcribing the game's script and posting it on gamefaqs so I don't have to. To read it go here.
This woul be the fourth production I've posted on the VAA and the longest one to date. Now I know some of you are wondering why I even bothere with such a piece seeing how mizura had done such an excellent job with her work. The answer is simple really, I'm a man of my word. When I first made my audition thread I was unaware of her project and pressed forward with mine slecting the cast etc. While I was waiting for my lines, that was when mizura's piece was posted on the VAA. However, I had no intention of dropping my project as that would have been a huge insult to my wonderful cast who all worked so hard, so instead I bit the bullet and continud.
I feel bad that I have yet to listen mizura's rendition of our favorite video game court drama but I thought at this stage I shouldn't in order to prevent me from copying her radioplay's vibe. After I was finished then did I give it the time of day (something I was really glad to do...oh yeah, I need to post my comments).
To those of you who already listened to to mizura's piece and expec a similar production to mine, I would like to say that as producers the two of us went down seperate paths. Mizura went for a more universal interpritation of the game, presenting in a more realistic manner more suitable for an audience that has yet to play for he game. She even went as far as to explain the intro which was a good call on her part. I, on the other hand, was a bit more litteral. I strove to re-create the game experience going as far as to add in the wacky reaction sound effects that the characters release whenever something outragous happens.
Well with that said, here it is and enjoy.