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!
Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney was originally released on Nintendo DS in Japan as Gyakuten Saiban 4 in 2007, eventually making its way to the west the following year. Those who missed out or just want to relive the courtroom drama will be able to soon, because the next stop for the entry is iOS and Android. More after the jump.
Capcom's Ace Attorney series celebrated its 15th anniversary with an event at Tokyo Game Show 2016, and what better way to celebrate than to announce a new game? This time it's the period piece Great Ace Attorney game that's getting a follow-up. There's not much information at this time, but you can see the announcement trailer for The Great Ace Attorney 2: Ryunosuke Naruhodo's Resolution after the jump.
If you're a fan of the Ace Attorney games and you haven't done so already, consider this a PSA that you can now download a demo of Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Spirit of Justice from the 3DS eShop. To mark the occasion, Capcom share an English-dubbed version of the game's animated prologue.
The next game in the Ace Attorney series, Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Spirit of Justice, is actually not too far off for western fans. Capcom announced an official digital release date of September 8, with a demo set to hit the 3DS eShop on August 25. While we wait to try the game for ourselves, go ahead and check out Capcom's new Character Abilities trailer after the jump.
Capcom held an Ace Attorney panel at Anime Expo, revealing a new trailer and some more details about the next game, Ace Attorney: Spirit of Justice, in the process. Since this one sees Maya Fey returning to the courtroom, the first item of evidence we have is a new Maya-centric trailer after the jump.