Ace Attorney: Spirit of Justice Gets a New DLC Next Week

Friday, September 23rd, 2016

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Ace Attorney | Judge

Seems the Judge has family even in foreign countries

The next DLC for Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Spirit of Justice is called “Turnabout Time Traveler” and will be sold for $5.99 / £5.39 / €5.99. It will be the third story DLC to be released since the two “Asinine Attorney” DLCs were released previously. Unlike the previous comedic DLCs, this turnabout is canon and can be integrated to the main story. Spirit of Justice was released two weeks ago and was the best-selling title on the Nintendo eShop last week in North America. Let us hope the success of the game will convince Capcom to localize The Great Ace Attorney, released in Japan in 2015, and bring it to the West. Capcom recently announced the development of The Great Ace Attorney 2, but didn’t communicate information on the platforms nor the availability for Europe and US, so it is not known if it will be playable on 3DS or the upcoming NX.


About Fabrice Stellaire

Fabrice Stellaire is a french gamer who started playing on an Amstrad CPC that ran tapes. He then got one with floppy disks and started playing on a gameboy pocket in 1998. Later, he discovered playstation and playstation 2 games, before moving to PC and 3ds. He likes most of games genres except sports and car games.Among his favourite games are Fallou ,Baldu'sgate, Final Fantasy 8, Vagrant Story or Shin Megami Tensei games.

  • Panpopo

    Cool, will have to download this. The DLC in the previous game was fun, so I expect this will be too.

  • Kotaro

    Actually, it’s quite likely that Capcom not localizing The Great Ace Attorney is not due to lack of perceived interest and more due to being screwed by the lawyers. This blogger wrote a pretty good analysis:

    • Panpopo

      That was an interesting read, and not outside the realms of possibility. Guess will have hope for a fan translation many years down the line.