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“Objection!” is a image macro series where the subject is often pointing an index finger next to red type saying “Objection!”. (See also Phoenix Wrong)
Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney is a video game first released by Capcom in October 11th, 2001 where you play the role of the prominent lawyer, Phoenix Wright. The Phoenix wright series began with this, and later went on to build upon it with game after game including installments such as Phoenix Wright: Justice for all, Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney: Trials and Tribulations, and even games starring a different lead role such as Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney. The gameplay, for the most part, features text based adventure surrounding the lives of the previously mentioned Phoenix Wright, Apollo Justice as they battle other attorneys in court, scourge crime scenes, and ultimately reach the ultimate goal of a “Not Guilty” verdict. The phrase “Objection!” is notable for its prevalence in the series, its over-the-top bombastic nature, the iconic finger-pointing gesture that goes with it, and comedic liberal usage throughout gameplay, as opposed to it, in reality, being far more orderly notion in real life, used to point out things that go against proper court proceedings. Every game in the series to date concludes with an “Objection!” just before the credits roll.
Launched sometime around the seventh of July in 2006, a website under the title of “Objection!” was launched, which was described as allowing users to “put words in the mouths of various characters from the series: Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney”. With more than 7,000,000 objections saved to date, it has exploded in renowned popularity in a manner which can only be described by its creators as “stupidly popular”. Users can input up to around 790 characters, and have their objections accompanied by various themes throughout the series if (tunes) is typed just before their message. Though Objections created cannot be edited, saved or transferred upon completion, permanent links will still trace back to the final product which is saved to the server.