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.
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.
This week's issue of Famitsu magazine has some fresh info on The Great Ace Attorney, starring Pheonix Wright/Ryuichi Naruhodō's ancestor Ryunosuke and featuring classic characters such as Sherlock Holmes. Kicking things off is a launch date, so hit the jump for details!
Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy hits North America and Europe on December 9 and 11, respectively, so Capcom is here with another batch of comparison screens. See how the new Nintendo 3DS version stacks up to the previous Nintendo DS releases after the jump.
Capcom went ahead and confirmed the western release dates for Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Collection. The enhanced trio of games hits the 3DS eShop in North America on December 9, followed by Europe on December 11. See more comparison screens after the jump.
It's hard to believe it but it's been nearly a decade since Phoenix Wright made his localized English debut on Nintendo DS. That version of the even older GBA Gyakuten Saiban is joining its sequels in the Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy compilation on Nintendo 3DS, and Capcom is here with comparison screens after the jump.
Two of the greatest minds in gaming team up to take on a supernatural threat! The Professor Layton and Ace Attorney games on their own are two great tastes, but do they taste great together? That's what Professor Layton vs. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney hopes to find out--hit the jump for our full review!
Nintendo has released the English-language launch trailer for "Professor Layton vs. Ace Attorney," which released as physical and digital copies on Friday. What kind of hijinks do you have to look forward to if you pick up the game? Hit the jump for more!
The English localized Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Dual Destinies has launched in North America today, with Capcom's popular legal adventure game's first episode offered for free. Other episodes sell for $4.99, with a main story set selling for $14.99. $0.99 will get you a costume set. More after the jump.
Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Dual Destinies recently hit the iOS app store in Japan, but we won't have to wait too long for it to come west. According to Capcom the iOS version is on the way to North America and Europe, and while there's no exact release date at the moment, we can look forward to it "quite soon." Hit the jump for more.
Japan, Europe, and Australia have all seen releases of Professor Layton vs. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney come and go, and now it's finally North America's turn. Nintendo set the Level-5/Capcom collaboration for August 29, and you can see another preview in the E3 2014 trailer after the jump.