Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy Coming To PC, Current-Gen Consoles (VIDEO)
Capcom has been well known for bringing back classic games from their popular franchises for subsequent console generations. Games in their Street Fighter series have constantly seen re-releases, and the publisher has elicited much excitement over the announcement of a remake of Resident Evil 2. While maybe not as much of a ubiquitous hit, their Ace Attorney series, primarily seen on handheld devices, has held quite a passionate following throughout its existence. Now, the first three games in the series, originally released on Game Boy Advance and Nintendo DS, have been confirmed for re-release on current-gen consoles and PC with the Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy collection.
Capcom USA has announced the new versions of the Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy collection on their official YouTube channel with a new trailer. The collection includes the original Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney, as well as its first two sequels, “Justice for All”, and “Trials and Tribulations.” These visual novel/adventure games previously were designed for handheld devices, and included touch screen controls at points, so the games are likely to receive some changes to adapt to current console configurations.
For those new to the series, players control rookie defense attorney Phoenix Wright, as he fights for clients falsely convicted of crimes, both in-court through legal proceedings and by investigating for case-building evidence out of court. The Ace Attorney Trilogy collection will be coming to Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch and PC some time next year. These games are quite fun for those that love mental challenges and puzzles, and it will be great for newcomers to experience the series for the first time. Hopefully, no one has any… objections to this.
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