If you have ever wanted to pretend to be a lawyer and defend a whale accused of murder, today is the day for you.
OBJECTION! Here's the official launch trailer for Phoenix Wright: Dual Destinies, out today on the 3DS eShop. Whether you're a series veteran or a newcomer, this game is well worth your time. (Read my full review.)
A shout. “Hold it!” The camera cuts between stunned faces as everyone waits, sweating, wondering what sort of interjection will shake things up next.
No objections here: Capcom's got a great blog post today about the localization process behind Phoenix Wright: Dual Destinies. "...we’ve labeled him a samurai instead of a rōnin (which are technically a subset of samurai). This deliberate choice was made because samurai are simply more easily recognizable and readily…
Phoenix Wright: Dual Destinies is out this October: Capcom just announced that the fifth Ace Attorney game will come to the 3DS eShop on October 24 in both Europe and North America. It'll cost $30.
Much rabble has been roused about Phoenix Wright: Dual Destinies, the fifth Phoenix Wright game and the first in the series to be digital-only. When it comes out this fall for 3DS, it will be an eShop exclusive. No physical copies.
It's been five years since a new Ace Attorney game hit U.S. shores—other than the Edgeworth-helmed spinoff—and if you've played any of them, you're probably counting down the days until the next one.