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Here’s The Phoenix Wright Ace Attorney Trilogy Launch Trailer Out Now In US And Thursday In Europe

It’s finally out, so to promote the game Capcom have uploaded the snazzy launch trailer for the Phoenix Wright Ace Attorney Trilogy. As you can see from the video a lot has changed since the originals with redrawn sprites and full stereoscopic 3D. You can also play the games in any order that you wish. Phoenix Wright Ace Attorney Trilogy is out now in North America and coming to Europe on Thursday via the Nintendo 3DS eShop.

  • Redrawn sprites
  • Stereoscopic 3D display
  • Bugs and problems from the iOS (animation, missing music, GBA quality music) have been fixed
  • Uncompress music
  • Localisation has been improved (typos, translation errors, etc…)
  • All games within the same game, you can play whichever you want, whenever you want (you can start with AA3 if you prefer)
  • English / Japanese only, even in Europe
  • 29.99$ / 29.99€ / 24.99£, eShop-only (2 947 blocks).

Thanks, Kyle

16 thoughts on “Here’s The Phoenix Wright Ace Attorney Trilogy Launch Trailer Out Now In US And Thursday In Europe”

  1. This is awesome, my wallet is hurting from all this great games, smash, pokemon, persona q, halo mcc, free pvz gw, mirror’s edge, need for speed, and now this, no time and no money, yet can’t stop smilling.

  2. Ace Attorney is not good, I wish you could actually WALK AROUND in the court, and go up to people, and then choose your actions. There’s no point if I can’t freely move. It’s like you can’t walk but you can only talk in real life…I know everybody knows that, but they buy it anyways, and idk why. Maybe it’s because they hope the company will make the characters freely walk around in the court.

    1. It’s just not a genre for you. Visual Novels are very popular in Japan, and this is one of the few Visual Novel series to break out and become a hit elsewhere.

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  4. Digital only? Meh…..I prefer physical copies, especially with Nintendo’s shoddy account system. I still have the DS carts but wanted to get this for my grown daughter and maybe even another one for myself , but not in digital format. I’m just going to lend her my DS copies now.

  5. It would have been nice to have if M5 / M6 Localisation included. BUT NO. Again, Crapcom does not want my Money.
    Okay! Everything is always fine! I hate you, too.

  6. I don’t understand why it has to be eshop exclusive,sure Capcom does have success digitally but it isn’t easy for every to constantly have to delete games from your files to make room for more. I do want to give this series a try, i played a bit of the Dual Destinies demo. I got bored quickly since it lacks voice acting during gameplay (i know that’s the point of a visual novel) maybe i’ll appreciate it with this

  7. I was really looking forward to replaying this game, but the game is overpriced in my country!(Mexico). I have to pay almost 12 plus dollars. I don’t find this fair, specially since it’s an only-digital release, why do we have to pay so much taxes(I know, maybe it’s my country,but still…).
    I will skip it for now until there is a sale, maybe with that i will have the chance to buy it for everyone’s else price.

  8. Got it yesterday!! First time I’ve ever put money into the eshop. When ahead and bought $50 of credits and got PW:T, Metroid2, Chainblaster, Airace Xeno and both Mario Kart 8 DLCs. That’s a lot for $50.

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