We're just a little over a month away from the enhanced 3DS release of Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney, which is now set for November 21 in the west. To get everyone ready for the new version, Capcom shared a fresh story trailer.
Near the beginning of August, Capcom confirmed plans to bring Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney to Nintendo 3DS with some upgrades. The eShop release is set for this November, and a new Japanese trailer is here to show off some of those new features, from updated graphics to text skipping and English and Japanese language options.
Last month we posted about a South Korean media rating that hinted at a Nintendo 3DS port for Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney. That turned out to be the case, because Capcom popped up today with an official announcement. The digital-only release will be available in North America and Europe for $19.99 this November. Read on for more.
We may have some decade-old investigating to do on Nintendo 3DS, especially if an update from the South Korea media ratings board is a reliable indicator. The board recently rated Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney for Nintendo 3DS, and a port would be nicely timed for the adventure game's 10th anniversary.
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.