Ace Attorney Trilogy HD Release Date Announced

Friday, May 24th, 2013

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Phoenix Wright Ace Attorney Trilogy HD Logo

Previously announced to be delayed until July, it seems our hunger for Ace Attorney will be quenched sooner than we thought. Recently on Capcom’s Unity Board, it was announced that Phoenix Wright Ace Attorney Trilogy HD, the iOS version of the first three games in the investigative series (Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney, Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney: Justice for All, and Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney: Trials and Tribulations),  will arrive on iOS next week on May 30th.

If you’re one of those who never played any of the titles, the App Store will have the first two cases of the first game offered for free, so you can get your first taste of the game without having to pay a cent; in a way, like a demo. For the whole experience of the first Phoenix Wright, it will cost you $5.99, while the other two will cost $6.99 each if you buy them separately, and the entire trilogy will be offered at a discounted price of $16.99.

For those who don’t feel like going back down memory lane, the next game in the franchise, Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Dual Destinies, will be coming out exclusively for the Nintendo 3DS and is slated for release in the Fall of this year for North America and Europe on the 3DS eShop.

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