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.
Capcom has shown The Great Ace Attorney at a handful of events like Japan Festa 2015, and that demo will soon be making its way to Nintendo 3DS in the region. Capcom announced plans for a Japanese demo, giving players a chance to try out new features like the Joint Reasoning system that serves up teamwork between ancestral lead Ryuunosuke Naruhodou and Sherlock Holmes. Hit the jump for more.
Project X Zone 2: Brave New World was announced for Nintendo 3DS last month, with a worldwide release planned for this fall. The latest issue of Famitsu has news on more characters, both new and returning, including some fresh faces from series like Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney and Streets of Rage. Hit the jump for more.
The Great Ace Attorney takes Capcom's courtroom antics back in time with Sherlock Holmes and Phoenix's ancestor Ryunosuke when it launches in Japan on July 9. In the meantime we have a new trailer showing off a bit of story and characters before moving on to focus on some key gameplay features, including "Joint Reasoning" and "Closing Argument." Hit the jump for a preview.
When The Great Ace Attorney hits Nintendo 3DS in Japan, it will be available in a handful of options, included an e-Capcom limited edition that packs all the extras in Sherlock's briefcase. Hit the jump for pics and more.
Capcom's The Great Ace Attorney got an official Japanese release date of July 9 a few days ago, and now we have a fresh five-minute trailer featuring the recently revealed rival prosecutor and more. See the trailer in two flavors—in raw Japanese and with English subtitles—after the jump.
Forget The Great Ace Attorney, Capcom has something way more amazing up their sleeves… as an April Fools gag. Behold, The Great Dog Attorney, sadly coming to no system near you ever, but we can dream. Hit the jump for the joke trailer.