Ace Attorney: Dual Destinies DLC Coming to the West

Thursday, July 25th, 2013

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Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Dual Destinies

Phoenix Wright fans rejoice: there’s some downloadable content coming your way for the 3DS title Ace Attorney: Dual Destinies. The DLC will be made available for fans in the West to purchase upon the game’s release. This includes both a costume pack and a new playable episode called “Turnabout Return.” While this isn’t the physical copy of the game that some fans are still hoping for despite Capcom’s defense of its exclusively digital release, it’s an exciting addition nonetheless. It’s unclear as of yet if the Deduction Quiz DLC made available in Japan will also be brought to the West eventually.

Featured below are a few samples of what players will receive with the costume pack:

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You can take a look at some of the newest screenshots and story information for the game over here if the suspense is killing you. Also be sure to check out the trailer for the game down below. This new addition to the Ace Attorney lineup is due out in Western territories sometime this fall via the Nintendo 3DS eShop.


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