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Ace Attorney Getting A Reprint Of Jazz And Orchestra Albums

Are you a fan of the Ace Attorney series and live in Japan? Well if you do you’re in luck as Capcom is bringing out a remastered arrange album. The album is apparently a reprint of the previously released Jazz and Orchestra albums within the same package. If you’re interested the album is titled Gyakuten Saiban MEETS AGAIN ~ Orchestra & Jazz and will be released March 18th. You’ll get two discs with one of the discs featuring orchestra arrangements and the other disc will feature a snazzy Jazz orchestra. The price of the album will be 3240 Yen.

Thanks, Pablo

7 thoughts on “Ace Attorney Getting A Reprint Of Jazz And Orchestra Albums”

      1. I’ve bought a few special editions of games that came with the digital downloads for sound tracks or a choice to have it shipped, not once have I ever done either. The jingles only work when you’re playing the game…

      2. I have so many that listing them all might take up this webpage if I fleshed them out.

        999: Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors
        Ace Combat 5: The Unsung War
        Batman: Arkham City
        Dementium II
        Donkey Kong Country Returns
        Dragon Quest IX: Sentinels of the Starry Skies
        Final Fantasy (I to IV, and the three Tactics games)
        Fire Emblem: the Sacred Stones
        Halo (ALL of them)
        Hotel Dusk: Room 215
        Kid Icarus: Uprising
        Kingdom Hearts (ALL of them)
        Last Window: the Secret of Cape West
        Mario & Luigi (ALL 4 RPG games)
        Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater
        Metroid ( the Prime trilogy and Fusion)
        Monster Hunter (ALL of them)
        Phoenix Wright (ALL of them)
        Pokémon (ALL of them)
        Professor Layton (ALL of them)
        Resident Evil: Revelations
        Solatorobo: Red the Hunter
        Star Fox (ALL of them)
        Super Mario (64, World, and both Galaxy games)
        Super Smash Bros. (Melee AND Brawl)
        The Legend of Zelda (Ocarina of time, Skyward Sword, and Twilight Princess)
        Trauma Center: Under the Knife (both 1 and 2)
        The World Ends with You

  1. I personally have downloaded the originals from the interwebs, and let me tell you, they are some of the best video game music out there (in the classical and jazz categories).

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