Last month we posted about a South Korean media rating that hinted at a Nintendo 3DS port for Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney. That turned out to be the case, because Capcom popped up today with an official announcement. The digital-only release will be available in North America and Europe for $19.99 this November. Read on for more.
Join us in gazing from afar at The Great Ace Attorney 2, thanks to its newest trailer! The game launches in Japan next month, but at least we can see some of what players can expect. Hit the jump for the subtitled trailer!
We may have some decade-old investigating to do on Nintendo 3DS, especially if an update from the South Korea media ratings board is a reliable indicator. The board recently rated Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney for Nintendo 3DS, and a port would be nicely timed for the adventure game's 10th anniversary.
Capcom may not have brought over The Great Ace Attorney, but thanks to new trailers for the prequel's sequel, you can learn more about Ryuunosuke Naruhodou and his journey to become a defense attorney. There's even a fun Easter egg for long-tie fans. Hit the jump for the full subtitled clip!
Capcom shared a few updates for The Great Ace Attorney 2, which is coming to Nintendo 3DS in Japan on August 3. First up, there's a new trial version available to play on the official website. It's all in Japanese, but you can still check it out on the site via your home computer or smartphone. Peep the latest trailer after the jump.
The Ace Attorney series has been around for a little over 15 years at this point, but it's not too late to mark this major milestone. Capcom will be doing just that on April 17 during a special 15th anniversary NicoNico live stream. Voice actors Takayuki Kondo and Hiro Shimono will be on hand during the event, which kicks off its two-hour runtime at 9:00pm JST. Read on for more.
The Great Ace Attorney 2 was originally revealed sans platform information last September, which was great! Unfortunately, between then and now there's still been no word regarding an English release of the currently Japan-only period piece entry. Nevertheless, the sequel chugs along at full speed, and Capcom debuted a new trailer that officially confirms Nintendo 3DS as the home platform of The Great Ace Attorney 2. Hit the jump to watch.
The most expressive laywer in Japanifornia deserves a figma of his own... and he's finally getting it! Check out the first photos of the completed figure, and find out where to get one of your own. All that and more after the jump!