Just over a week ago, Ace Attorney: Dual Destinies, the first main series Ace Attorney game in over five years, was released in Japan. And while real time has passed, not much has changed in the world of Ace Attorney. It is still filled with excellent mysteries, crazy characters, and over-the-top courtroom drama.
Okay, yes, Phoenix Wright: Dual Destinies isn't even out in the West yet, so it's a bit early to talk about DLC, but I mean, a WHALE. Charged with MURDER. Come on.
But you may want to brush up on your Japanese before you do.
This trailer for Ace Attorney 5 shows off some of the 3D investigation in Phoenix Wright's new outing. Capcom's next big lawyer game is out July 25 in Japan, and sometime in the future for everyone else.
Okay, Phoenix Wright looks amazing in 3D. Check out this new trailer for Ace Attorney 5, which will be out in Japan this July (and in the U.S. at some point in the future). Neat, eh?
Ace Attorney 5's Japanese release date has been confirmed for July 25th. Defense lawyer Phoenix Wright is back, but his old rival, Miles Edgeworth is not. Taking the side of the prosecution this time around will be a criminal prosecutor. Not a prosecutor of criminals, but a criminal who is a prosecutor.
Apollo Justice starred in his own Ace Attorney game, which was the fourth Ace Attorney game in the series, after Phoenix Wright was disbarred.
2013 is only 1/12th over. With 11 months left and new console news on the horizon, Weekly Famitsu asked its readers what games they were looking forward to for this year. Here's a list of the top 30 anticipated upcoming games for 2013 (note: All publishers and release dates are for Japanese release versions):…
Today at the Tokyo Game Show Kotaku was able to experience 15 minutes of tense courtroom drama with the first playable demo of Ace Attorney 5.
Scans? Who needs 'em when you've got actual screenshots of the newest entry in the Ace Attorney series, which not only sees the return of Phoenix Wright, but marks the series' first foray into 3D visuals.
Upcoming game Ace Attorney 5 is slated for the 3DS. Since the game is headed to Nintendo's glasses-free 3D platform, it will take advantage of that feature.
Update: Capcom has confirmed to me that Ace Attorney 5 is indeed coming to the U.S. Here's their statement: