Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy Coming West

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In Capcom’s recent announcement of their E3 lineup, they revealed that Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy will be coming West. The game, which is a collection of the original three Ace Attorney titles for the Nintendo 3DS with redrawn high-resolution sprites, was revealed for Japan a few months ago and a trailer was released. The game is due out in the West sometime this winter, although an official date has not yet been set.

Like Dual Destinies,the game will be a Nintendo eShop exclusive, so no physical copies of the game will be available. That does mean however that the game is a little cheaper and will be priced at $29.99. As an added bonus, Capcom will be including the original Japanese version of the game as well, so players will have the option to enjoy the game in Japanese or English. In addition to the graphics update, the game also supports 3D.

Be sure to check out the trailer, screenshots, and official artwork below.

From the Capcom Press Release:

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy (Nintendo eShop on Nintendo 3DS):
Defend the innocent and save the day! Courtroom hero Phoenix Wright lays down the law this winter in the digital release of Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy. Experience the original trilogy like never before in clear, high-resolution re-drawn graphics and immersive 3D visuals optimized for the Nintendo 3DS system. Join rookie lawyer Phoenix Wright through the early years of his career in his quest to find the truth behind all of the classic cases! Prepare for intense courtroom showdowns by investigating crime scenes, collecting evidence, and questioning witnesses. Use evidence and the testimonies of witnesses to your advantage as you battle for the innocence of your client. Nothing less of a full acquittal will do in this court of law. Find the contradictions in witnesses’ testimonies to expose the truth!

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