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.
Phoenix Wright and co. are making the leap to an animated TV series. Here’s the debut trailer.
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.
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.
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.
If Professor Layton vs. Phoenix Wright were a peanut butter and jelly sandwich, it'd be one of those sandwiches where the peanut butter is all shoved to one side and the jelly congeals on the other, so when you take a bite you can taste either peanut butter or jelly.
When you think of the term "visual novel," you probably think of dating simulators stuffed full of anime tropes and hentai scenes. I am here to convince you that this is wrong.
The Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney trilogy package is coming to the 3DS eShop this winter. Hell yes. Everyone in the world must play these games.
In 99.99% of cases, someone correcting someone else on the internet results in dick behaviour. In rare instances, though, we get to see magic happen.
This is so well-made. Probably not the hardest costume to create, but that means you can bring the small details to perfection. The cosplayer is a veteran called Elffi, and this is one of his latest works, Godot, the prosecutor from the Ace Attorney series.