Capcom is bringing the Ace Attorney: Phoenix Wright Trilogy to Switch

PC, PS4 and Xbox One versions also inbound.

Capcom had a special Ace Attorney: Phoenix Wright-themed presentation at today's Tokyo Game Show, and it used the occasion to announce something not entirely unexpected; the Phoenix Wright Trilogy is coming to Switch, PC, PS4 and Xbox One early next year.

The Ace Attorney: Phoenix Wright Trilogy first came to iOS devices back in 2013, with a 3DS version following in 2014. This new version does look different, though, with touched up artwork that should fit well on HD devices. The trailer which released to mark the occasion should help give you some idea of how it's all shaping up.

The Ace Attorney: Phoenix Wright series kicked off in 2001, with all three entries included in this forthcoming game coming out before 2004 on Nintendo's Game Boy Advance.

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