I’ve never written smutty fan fiction, but you can bet your butt that if I did, it would be about Phoenix Wright.
The Ace Attorney 1 - 6 Premium Edition pack has to be one of the most expensive Nintendo 3DS game bundles ever released, if not the most expensive.
Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney is coming to the 3DS eShop this November for $19.99. Originally released for the original DS in 2008, the 3DS game features updated 3D graphics, and includes both the Japanese and English versions, with odd regional variations intact. Neat!
After spending months translating a Japanese Ace Attorney game on YouTube, two fans had their subtitled videos taken down by Capcom.
Like sake? Wine? How about Capcom games? Then, Kyoto-based drinks maker Shiraito Shuzo has some beverages for you.
In a world plagued by legal manipulation, political corruption, and a general lack of fairness for the underprivileged, there’s something comforting about a video game where justice is always served. Sure, everyone lies under oath and one out of every four witnesses is a murderer, but at least the innocents always go…
The next Phoenix Wright game is coming reaaalllll soon, you guys. Spirit of Justice will be out on September 8. There’s a demo hitting on August 25.
When dreaming up Phoenix Wright back in the early 2000s, series creator Shu Takumi picked a date that seemed wayyyyy far in the future. Now we’re here.
Clearly unafraid of Final Fantasy XV, and stealing all of my free time, Capcom is releasing the next Phoenix Wright in the United States this September. New trailer above.
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.