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A Game Over is a scene given in the Ace Attorney series when the game ends on a negative outcome, usually triggered by depleting the penalty gauge. In most games, a Game Over results in an immediate return to the title screen, but from Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney: Dual Destinies onward, an option is given to resume from the point where the player failed, with a replenished penalty gauge. I see no room for misinterpretation of the facts. Whenever a player makes a mistake, a penalty may be meted out, which is subtracted from a gauge. When this gauge is depleted, the game ends. In the main series, when the Confidence Gauge is depleted during a trial , the judge slams his gavel, pronounces the defense's failure to overturn the prosecution's arguments, and then finds the defendant guilty.
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