“A Cornered Heart” is a dark track that plays during trials in Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Spirit of Justice. It is similar to the “Pursuit” theme, but it’s often called “Cornered” instead. It plays during the more dramatic moments in Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney.
The song Pursuit Cornered from Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney is written in the key of Fm. Other keys that are suitable for modulation are Cm (dominant key), A#m (subdominant key), and G# (relative major). Compatible open keys are 10m, 8m, and 9d. Its tempo and adjacent music keys are similar to many other popular songs.
A Cornered Heart
“A Cornered Heart for an Ace Attorney” is a song written by Daniel Tidwell, who has written over 100 songs for Ace Attorney games. The song is played at 150 beats per minute (Allegro) and 38 measures/bars per minute. A Cornered Heart for an Ace Attorney is a slow, soulful track that evokes feelings of despair and hopelessness.
The music from the games is also presented on two albums. The first features music composed by Noriyuki Iwadare and the second, The Gyakuten Meets Orchestra, which features orchestral arrangements of the game’s music. The second album also includes one track from the unreleased fourth game.
Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney
Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney features a unique musical theme called “A Cornered Heart”. This track was often mistakenly translated as “Cornered,” though it is not. It is played during the trials in the series. The track is very dark and is typically used during dramatic moments.
It is one of the series’ recurring themes. In “Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Trials and Tribulations,” plays during the climax of the final courtroom confrontation with Godot. The track is virtually identical to the original version, although drums are added in the version in the game. This track is also used in the Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom video game.
In the movie “Cornered,” Phoenix Wright plays ace attorney Daniel Tidwell, a man who’s struggling to find his way in a world that’s rife with violence and crime. A song is a high-energy number with an average BPM of 150. It is also available in double-time (300 BPM) and half-time (75 BPM). It is very popular on Spotify and has a two-minute duration. It’s also easy to dance to, so you can’t go wrong.