On a day that fans of Ace Attorney never thought will come, it was revealed today that the adventures of Pheonix Wright's ancestor, Ryunosuke Naruhodo, will be finally making their way outside of Japan in one complete collection! Watch the creator of the franchise talk about the release after the jump!
The annual Ace Attorney concert is almost here — and this year, we can all watch! The website for this year's event is offering tickets to fans around the world, and bringing in some great guests to host the concert. Get the details after the jump!
Takeshi Yamazaki, who has been the lead on the mainline Ace Attorney games at Capcom since Ace Attorney Investigations: Miles Edgeworth, announced on his Twitter account that he'll is "graduating" from the video game developer after working there for over 15 years. Go past the jump to learn more!
Nintendo quietly ceased production of new titles for the 3DS earlier this year, so before the release of Pokémon Sword and Shield, let's look back at all of the great Pokémon and anime games that were released for the system. Hit the jump to read a loving tribute!
A new game is on the way for puzzle fans and aspiring sleuths! Murder by Numbers will mix picross with 90s detective action, and features staff members from Hatoful Boyfriend and Ace Attorney. Get your first look after the jump!
With Ace Attorney having wrapped up its second season, it's time to look back and see what makes its final case so enticing and fun. How does Bridge to the Turnabout wrap up stories that have not been solved until now and link a variety of characters together to create a wild ending? Hit the jump to find out!
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!
If you've been itching to return to the courtroom, Capcom locked down western release dates for Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy. Read on for details.