Pentiment is an amazing game of beautiful art and stylized text in the 1500s. One of the beautiful things about the game is that it gives you an artistic representation of life for the various classes of people, what they did in their day to day lives along with some religious and political intrigue. What the game doesn’t do is give the player any edification on what is and isn’t true in the world around them. This is true in both Act I and Act II when you’re given the chance to weigh in on the investigation in town. In Phoenix Wright your job would be to accuse the actual perpetrator but in Pentiment, you’re given something a bit different. That’s a lack of resources, time, access and knowledge to discover who did any of the main crimes in the game. At best you can provide what you’ve found and…