Phoenix Wright Ace Attorney: Trials and Tribulations
Phoenix Wright Ace Attorney: Trials and Tribulations
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Hideki Kamiya, best known as the game director of Devil May Cry, voiced Godot in the Japanese version of Trials and Tribulations.
Contributed by retrolinkx
Upon first meeting Lisa Basil and hearing she's the company director, Phoenix will state "Sh-She's human?! She seems more like a ghost in a shell." This is a reference to the manga/anime Ghost in the Shell.

The HMDs that she and her employees wear seem to also be a reference to the scouters in Dragon Ball Z.
Contributed by gamemaster1991
When Mia Fey thinks about Dahlia Hawthorne in the first case, she says "Well, we know whose milkshake brings all the boys to the yard." This is a reference to the notable lyrics in the Kelis song "Milkshake".
Contributed by psyducklover13
When the Judge gets scared by Furio Tigre's constant growling, he says "Ruh-roh!". This is a reference to Scooby-Doo's titular character who also says "Ruh-roh!".
Contributed by psyducklover13
During the second case when going to Ron DeLite's apartment, you'll find a fish bowl like helmet and a tape recorder like machine on one of the stands. This is a reference to the previous game Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney: Justice For All where Wendy Old bag will be in a costume dressed as an alien like astronaut suit where those two pieces of costume are placed on the stand.
In the third case, when asking Lisa Basil for more information on some evidence or profiles, this dialogue can occur.

Lisa: Sorry, that data is SuPer-Admin Restricted Desktop Access password-protected.
Maya: SuPer-Admin Restricted Desktop Access password-protected!? What!? This is madness!
Phoenix: No, Maya, that is SPARDA. She won't tell us unless we say the right code word.

The conversation is a reference to the infamous "This! Is! Sparta!" line from 300.
Contributed by Antwan
In the chapter "Bridge to Turnabout", Prosecutor Godot says that Maya's mind is like a "café au lait" in which Phoenix's words are the milk and the Judge is the spoon. Then, the Judge says "I-I'm a spoon!? I'm no spoony bard, I'll have you know!".

This is a reference to Tellah's famous line from Final Fantasy IV, "You spoony bard!".
Contributed by Gallego13