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.
If Shu Takumi, the director and scriptwriter behind the original core entries in the Phoenix Wright franchise, had his way, the series would have ended after the third game. While speaking with Official Nintendo Magazine, Takumi said, "I felt that Phoenix's story had been told, and that the series should not continue." Read on for more.
Professor Layton vs. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney is coming to 3DS in the west soon, with Europe receiving the crossover game first on February 28. The fun won't end when the credits roll, either, since players will be able to access free DLC once the main story is completed. Read on for more.
The debut trailer for Ace Attorney 123: Wright Collection is here. Bask in the memories of all those unforgettable cases and characters after the jump.
The latest issue of Japanese gaming mag Famitsu is revealing a nice little collection for fans of the Ace Attorney series. The first three games are reportedly coming together on Nintendo 3DS in Ace Attorney 123: Wright Selection, which is due out in Japan on April 17. More after the jump.
Most of you big Ace Attorney fans have likely already played through Dual Destinies and its subsequent DLC, but the folks at Capcom aren't just sitting around admiring their success. According to an interview with 4Gamer, they're already hard at work on the next one. Read on for more.
Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Dual Destinies' story DLC—featuring the Turnabout Reclaimed case—is out now, and Capcom posted a trailer to set up the oddball mystery. Ask yourself whodunnit in the preview after the jump.
Have you already exhausted all that Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Dual Destinies has to offer? Whoa, you're pretty amazing, slow down! At least you'll soon have some more to play, since Capcom announced plans to release the "Turnabout Reclaimed" bonus DLC episode on November 21. More after the jump.
Not only is the demo for Ace Attorney: Dual Destinies now available to download, Capcom also has a brand new animated teaser showing off the game's cutscenes. Hit the jump for more!
Previously confined to a general fall release window, Capcom officially confirmed Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Dual Destinies for October 24 in the west. Read on for more!
Capcom is back with some more info on Ace Attorney: Dual Destinies, which is set to hit Nintendo 3DS in the west this fall. We may not be getting a physical version, but we'll be able to get the digital-only release for $29.99/€24.99. Peep some new screens past the break.
Despite being initially announced as a digital-only release, some hope for a physical version of Ace Attorney: Dual Destinies popped up back in June. At the time Capcom said it might be possible with enough fan support, but a recent Q&A with Ace Attorney producer Motohide Eshiro put an end to all that. Read on for more.
Capcom recently laid out the full details for Ace Attorney: Dual Destinies' Japanese downloadable content plans, from costumes to bonus chapters. Some of the DLC will be free, some will cost money, but one is guaranteed to excite fans of Apollo Justice. Read on for more.