The Ace Attorney Series Back in Stock at Amazon

Monday, March 25th, 2013

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Ace Attorney

From suddenly out of nowhere, it was discovered that four of the Ace Attorney games, Phoenix Wright: Ace AttorneyPhoenix Wright: Ace Attorney: Trials and TribulationsApollo Justice: Ace Attorney, and Ace Attorney Investigations: Miles Edgeworth, appear to have been reprinted and are back in stock on Amazon. Selling at around $19.99 for each, this is damn good deal for those who missed out on any of them or for those  new to the series, but held back because of the high prices each game cost from being out of print beforehand. This is especially convenient considering the fifth title in the main series is on its way over. Who knows, this style of gameplay might be for you.

Strangely enough, Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney: Justice for All might not have been given the same treatment or at least not given the same price. As it stands it’s the only title priced at $39.99. Very weird, but still it’s there for a not so absurd price for those willing to go at it, and in my opinion, it was a great sequel after the terrific start of a new franchise in the making. So get them while they’re still available!

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