Everyone’s favorite video game lawyer is back at it again with the release of the original Ace Attorney games on modern consoles! Capcom’s back in the courtroom with the release of Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy on PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Switch, and we’ve got the testimony you need to know if you should pick up the game or not! Curious about whether or not you should take the plunge? We’ll tell you our thoughts, without any need for objections!
A new batch of Japanese screens recently debuted for the upcoming console and PC versions of Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy. Capcom started by introducing some of the series' key players, so scroll through the set after the jump.
Nearly ten years ago, the western world was first introduced to Phoenix Wright, the plucky young defense attorney with a keen sense of justice. Now, in true Capcom fashion, Phoenix's first three outings have been brought back on the 3DS in Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy. Do these aging titles hold up today, or is Capcom once again guilty of the nefarious crime of franchise milking? Hit the jump to find out!
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.