Capcom went ahead and confirmed the western release dates for Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Collection. The enhanced trio of games hits the 3DS eShop in North America on December 9, followed by Europe on December 11. See more comparison screens after the jump.
It's hard to believe it but it's been nearly a decade since Phoenix Wright made his localized English debut on Nintendo DS. That version of the even older GBA Gyakuten Saiban is joining its sequels in the Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy compilation on Nintendo 3DS, and Capcom is here with comparison screens after the jump.
What do you get when you put Capcom's Ace Attorney series in Meiji Era Japan? You get The Great Ace Attorney, of course, which places Phoenix's ancestor Ryuunosuke Naruhodou in the spotlight along with his assistant Susato. Hit the jump for the Tokyo Game Show trailer.
Yesterday we posted about the one and only Sherlock Holmes making an appearance in the next Ace Attorney game, the Meiji Era-set Dai Gyakuten Saiban: Ryuunosuke Naruhodo no Bouken. Now we have a better look at the legendary detective and his 8-year-old girl assistant after the jump.
Announced earlier this year, Capcom is taking its Ace Attorney series all the way back to Meiji Era Japan in Dai Gyakuten Saiban: Ryuunosuke Naruhodo no Bouken. More on The Great Ace Attorney will be revealed at this month's Tokyo Game Show, but for now we have Game Jouhou reporting on the game's special guest: Sherlock Holmes. More after the jump.
The English localized Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Dual Destinies has launched in North America today, with Capcom's popular legal adventure game's first episode offered for free. Other episodes sell for $4.99, with a main story set selling for $14.99. $0.99 will get you a costume set. More after the jump.
Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Dual Destinies recently hit the iOS app store in Japan, but we won't have to wait too long for it to come west. According to Capcom the iOS version is on the way to North America and Europe, and while there's no exact release date at the moment, we can look forward to it "quite soon." Hit the jump for more.
Japan, Europe, and Australia have all seen releases of Professor Layton vs. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney come and go, and now it's finally North America's turn. Nintendo set the Level-5/Capcom collaboration for August 29, and you can see another preview in the E3 2014 trailer after the jump.
Building up hype for next week's showing, Capcom presented some of its gameplan for E3, including Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy. The 3DS compilation collects the first three games in the series and delivers them to the Nintendo eShop in the west this winter. Hit the jump for more.
Jake "virt" Kaufman is an insanely talented dude, from his original chiptune works like the FX series to his soundtracks at WayForward like Contra 4, Double Dragon Neon, Ducktales Remastered, and many more. Hit the jump to see the first episode of his new Fusion Challenge series.
Capcom's new preview introduces us to Susato Mikotoba. This Yamato Nadeshiko female lead stars opposite of Phoenix Wright/Ryūichi Naruhodō ancestor Ryuunosuke Naruhodō in Dai Gyakuten Saiban: Ryuunosuke Naruhodou no Bouken, the upcoming 3DS Ace Attorney (Gyakuten Saiban) game set in Japan's 19th century Meiji Era. Get a look after the jump.
We've known that the next game in the Ace Attorney (Gyakuten Saiban) series has been in the works for a while, and this week's issue of Japanese gaming mag Famitsu offers up an interesting reveal. The next 3DS entry will be set in Meiji Era Japan, following the exploits of one of Phoenix Wright's ancestors. Hit the jump for more.
When the first three Ace Attorney (Gyakuten Saiban) games are collected on Nintendo 3DS in Ace Attorney 123: Wright Selection, they'll be sporting cleaned up graphics and 3D support. Compare the new version to the original and the DS port in a pair of screens after the jump.
As you may recall from a previous post and trailer, Ace Attorney 123: Wright Selection collects the first three games and puts them on Nintendo 3DS. Pre-ordering at specific Japanese retailers will net fans different pre-order bonuses, and you can see what's being offered past the break.