Here in the United States, we've seen English releases of every Ace Attorney game to date—except for one. Ace Attorney Investigations 2, the sequel to the spinoff that put you in the prosecuting pants of the stylish Miles Edgeworth (as opposed to Phoenix Wright, the hotshot lawyer who stars in most of the Ace Attorney…
Out in Japan this year and coming to America in 2010, Ace Attorney is a return to crime-fighting and lawyering on the Nintendo DS, with maybe the best mechanics in the series... if that's what series fans are looking for.
Two of the top men at Capcom responsible for making interactive murder investigations funny know which fake lawyer they'd hire and why their games should only be on handhelds. They also talked about their new game.
Never mind the recently announced expansion to the Street Fighter roster. What if, I asked some Capcom developers last week, the company put its video game lawyers into a fighting game? Who would enter, and what would their moves be?