May 13, 2013 — Capcom, a leading worldwide developer and publisher of video games, today confirmed that Phoenix Wright™: Ace Attorney™ - Dual Destinies will be available to purchase digitally on Nintendo 3DS™ across Europe and North America in Fall 2013.
Good news, Phoenix Wright fans! Capcom has officially set a time frame for the western release of Ace Attorney 5, which will come to North America and Europe this fall as Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Dual Destinies. Read on for more.
With its Japanese release date on the horizon in a few months, we've been seeing more and more of Ace Attorney 5 lately. Capcom's new trailer offers up a mix of courtroom action and investigating, along with snippets of anime and a quick look at a worse-for-wear Apollo Justice. Check it out after the jump!
The Phoenix Wright Ace Attorney Trilogy HD has been hit with a number of delays since it was first announced for Apple's iOS devices. Originally scheduled to arrive last fall, it was then pushed back to early 2013, then April, and now it's scheduled for July. More after the jump.
Following last night's post about Ace Attorney 5's limited edition Japanese release, Capcom has a new trailer highlighting Phoenix Wright's transition from 2D to 3D. See how expressive he and his companions look on 3DS after the jump.
Capcom has something special planned for the Japanese release of Ace Attorney 5, which hits Nintendo 3DS over there on July 25. The limited edition package will come with the game, a 1/10 scale Phoenix Wright statue, a special 3DS pouch, and a set of chibi character stickers. Pics and more past the break.
It's hard to imagine anything coming out without DLC offerings nowadays, and Capcom's Ace Attorney 5 is no exception. New details surfaced in the latest issue of Japanese gaming mag Famitsu, and they include info on pre-order bonus DLC that will be made available for free from the game's release until August 15. Read on for more.
Capcom may not be ready to formally announce it, but it looks like a page for a Nico Nico Q&A session ended up revealing the Japanese court date for Ace Attorney 5. According to the page, Phoenix Wright is getting ready to point fingers on 3DS on July 25. More after the jump.
We've gotten a glimpse of Ace Attorney 5 heroine Kizuki Kokone before, but Capcom recently updated the official website with a full profile of the latest addition to Wright Anything Agency. Details past the jump!
Whether you're a fan of Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney or not, its protagonist is making a return in the upcoming Ace Attorney 5. Phoenix Wright is still the lead of the next entry, but Apollo will be working his way into the narrative, and it looks like he's been through some rough times lately. See for yourself after the jump.
Professor Layton vs. Ace Attorney is out now for Nintendo 3DS in Japan, but that hasn't stopped Level-5 from sharing more clips. The latest videos showcase the game's prologue, a pair of adventure sections, and two doses of courtroom action. Watch as puzzles are solved and witnesses are examined after the jump!
Lately we've been seeing various clips that show off individual aspects of Professor Layton vs. Ace Attorney, which is due out tomorrow, November 29, on Nintendo 3DS in Japan. The latest full promo has it all, though, from animation by Bones to glimpses at the courtroom action, puzzles, and more.
Last time we got a look at the adventure portion of Professor Layton vs. Ace Attorney, and this time Level-5 and Capcom's heroes are taking us to court. Watch as Layton and Wright examine multiple witnesses in the clip after the jump.
On top of the one we saw on Wednesday, Level-5 also posted a look at the adventure sections of Professor Layton vs. Ace Attorney. Watch as the odd pairing talk to people, explore areas for clues, and solve puzzles after the jump.
It's almost time for Professor Layton and Phoenix Wright to team up on Nintendo 3DS in Japan. Their adventure solving mysteries side by side begins on November 29, and Level-5 previews the proceedings with the new 90-second trailer after the jump.