If you’re a fan of over the top courtroom drama, today is a good day! The beloved Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney series is back in a new trilogy bundle that includes Ace Attorney, Justice for All, and Trials and Tribulations. All three games have been remastered with improved graphics and new features. You can pick the trilogy today on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC.
Hold it! If you’re an Ace Attorney fan, Capcom has some exciting news. Announced earlier at Tokyo Game Show 2018, the original Ace Attorney trilogy is coming to a PC or console near you!
The trilogy includes Ace Attorney, Justice for All, and Trials and Tribulations, and will be updated with higher resolution graphics, more save slots, and a helpful check feature during investigations. The Ace Attorney trilogy will be available on Steam, PlayStation 4, Switch, and Xbox One when it launches early next year.
Capcom announced during the last Tokyo Game Show that their beloved legal thriller franchise, Ace Attorney, will receive an anime adaptation this year. Gyakuten Saiban: Sono “Shinjitsu”, Igi Ari! — roughly translated to “Ace Attorney: I Object to That Truth!” — is premiering on Japanese networks in just under a month on Saturday, April 2nd, and is set to adapt the events that transpired in the first game of the series onto television screens.
A teaser commercial for the upcoming Ace Attorney anime recently aired in Japan, giving viewers a first look at what’s to come next month, and the official website for the anime also updated with a ton of artwork and screenshots.
Check out the trailer above and the gallery below to see it all for yourself!
That said, there is no word yet on whether or not the Ace Attorney anime will be available on Western streaming services such as Crunchyroll or Daisuki. We will keep you updated should such a development arise.
Ever since the release of the original game on the Game Boy Advance in Japan in 2001, Capcom’s Ace Attorney series has been one of the most popular third-party offerings on Nintendo handhelds. In the most recent episode of the YouTube series Did You Know Gaming, they discussed the development history of this franchise, including information on the first game’s original premise as a detective game on the Game Boy Color, a character voiced by former Capcom developer Hideki Kamiya, and more. You can check out the video for yourself by clicking above!