A few days ago we posted the Tokyo Game Show 2015 trailer for Ace Attorney 6, which finds Phoenix Wright/Ruyichi Naruhodo handling cases in a more spirited court. Capcom followed up with a slightly longer version, which includes a bonus appearance by Apollo Justice near the end. Hit the jump for more.
After years of fan demand, Capcom has officially announced that an Ace Attorney anime adaptation will premiere next year. Hit the jump for the first details from TGS 2015.
Earlier this month we posted some screens and info for Ace Attorney 6, which will have Phoenix Wright/Ryuichi Naruhodo handling cases in a mysterious country with more spirit-fueled courtroom procedures. Get ready for a closer look at those new courts in Capcom's Tokyo Game Show trailer after the jump.
Ace Attorney 6 was announced for Nintendo 3DS this week, and now that an official website is live we have our first look at a small handful of screens. More after the jump.
The latest issue of Famitsu has the scoop on the next main game in the Ace Attorney series, Ace Attorney 6. While we'll have to wait for more details, at the moment we know it will feature a new system suited for faster gameplay, and will be playable at this year's Tokyo Game Show event. Read on for more.
The Great Ace Attorney recently launched on Nintendo 3DS in Japan, as did its first free DLC episode, which expands upon some of the game's early moments. The story takes place prior to protagonist (and ancestor to Phoenix Wright/Ryuichi Naruhodo) Ryunosuke leaving for England, and deals with a couple of witnesses that give him a tough time during his first case. Hit the jump for some screens.
The Great Ace Attorney is set to launch on Nintendo 3DS in Japan on July 9, so with just a little over a week to go promotion is kicking into a higher gear. See the launch trailer and a handful of appropriately ridiculous live-action TV spots—featuring comedians Takeyama Takanori and Hironari Yamazaki—after the jump.