With five main games and four meaty spin-offs, the only thing surprising about Ace Attorney getting an anime is that it took this long to happen. Too bad it’s not exactly the prettiest one out there.
Phoenix Wright and co. are making the leap to an animated TV series. Here’s the debut trailer.
They’re making an Ace Attorney anime! The anime will begin broadcasting in Japan starting in April 2016.
Today saw the playable premier of the newest game in the Ace Attorney series at the Tokyo Game Show —and it seems the dead just can’t seem to leave Phoenix and his trials alone.
Announced by Capcom, the newest numbered chapter to the Ace Attorney series takes our favorite lawyer, Phoenix Wright, to a land where there are no defense attorneys and the courtrooms have magic mirrors.
Well, Capcom is making a new Ace Attorney game. To be more precise, it’s making the sixth Ace Attorney in the main series.
Ever wanted to know what Ace Attorney would be like if it took place in 1901? Well, if you speak Japanese you can—and it’s awesome.
The new Ace Attorney, Dai Gyakuten Saiban, is full of the over-the-top courtroom drama you know and love. But outside of the courtroom, you have to prepare for the trials—mainly by proving how terrible a detective Sherlock Holmes is.
Dai Gyakuten Saiban, the latest game in the Ace Attorney series is set not in the near future but over 100 years in the past. The game never gives an exact year for its setting—but that doesn’t mean you can’t figure it out using a bit of real-world information.
Some of the most enjoyable parts of the Ace Attorney games are the crazy characters you encounter and their equally crazy animations. Here are a few of the best from the first chapter of the newest game in the series, Dai Gyakuten Saiban—in gif form.
Ace Attorney is a series that covers dozens of trials across more than a century in its eight games. But with flashbacks galore, it can be a bit hard to keep track of how everything fits together. So here’s a nice little timeline to make it all come together.
With the release of Dai Gyakuten Saiban in Japan, there are now nine games in the Ace Attorney series. And one of the coolest things about the series is how they take the songs and remake them while still keeping a common musical theme from iteration to iteration.
There’s a new Phoenix Wright game out in Japan today, which would be cause for way more celebration if publisher Capcom would just announce it for English release already.
When the DS port of Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney turned into a sleeper success in North America, an English release of its sequel could only be expected. Everyone was ready for more insane cases, more goofy characters, and more yelling into your DS microphone like a nutcase. What makes you feel more heroic than…
I think back on Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney with a lot of nostalgia. I was eighteen years old when it was released in North America. One of my friends at college was a huge fan of Capcom games, and I was convinced to give it a try, thanks in part to his gleeful enthusiasm for the game's dramatic, finger-pointing…
Capcom had a playable demo of the latest Ace Attorney game, The Great Ace Attorney: The Adventures of Ryunosuke Naruhodou at this year's Jump Festa that highlighted the games new addition to the series, the "collaborative deduction" system.
OBJECTION! Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy comes to the 3DS eShop on December 9. It'll be $30. Unless it's a technical disaster or something—and we'll keep an eye out for that—it'll probably be worth your time. The first three Phoenix Wright games are killer.