Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney's 3DS revamp will launch in the UK on November 23rd and in the US on November 21st, Capcom has announced.
Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney first released on DS in 2007, and was the fourth game in Capcom's daffy courtroom drama series. It marked the debut of rookie lawyer Apollo Justice as series protagonist, following the conclusion of the original Phoenix Wright-led trilogy.
Capcom's new 3DS revamp features upgraded, 3D visuals and a couple of other minor additions, including a text-skip function, and the option to play the Japanese edition of the game. "Keen eyes," says Capcom, "will be able to spot some differences in some background signs and art between the Japanese and English versions."
Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney comes out on Nintendo 3DS this November.
UPDATE 21/11/2016 10.33pm: Capcom has confirmed that Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney will arrive on iOS devices 1st December.
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DS title Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney will be released on 9th May 2008 in Europe, Nintendo said today.
There are some reading this who want to know nothing about Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney, the fourth game in the AA series and the first to see Phoenix Wright's name removed from the box. But they want to know whether to buy it or not. To them, the answer is: yes. But, well, just don't expect all your wishes to come true. Read no more.
Everyone else, do not fear, there are no terrible spoilers to come, but I will be discussing the nature of the game beyond the events of the tutorial [good to know - Commissioning Ed], and that will mean discussing what some would consider surprises. I promise it's unavoidable, and certainly not game-ruining. There, no one can sue me now.
The news that the next Ace Attorney wasn't to be about Phoenix was met with a lot of uncertainty. While Trials & Tribulations offered a satisfying conclusion to the Kurain Channelling Technique storyline, it certainly didn't sum up everyone's arcs, not least of all Maya and Pearl's. Were we really ready to move on to a whole new lawyer, and a whole new cast?
Look! Down there! See that? That's a free flash-based trial version of Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney, that is! Why not give it a go?
Nintendo is no closer to narrowing down a European date for DS game Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney.
It ended with a bang. At the first Capcom Gamers' Day to be held in Europe - our own fair capital of London, to be precise - it looked for ten excruciating seconds like the big reveal of an extremely lengthy press conference really was going to be the announcement of a PS3 version of Lost Planet. But we should have known better.