Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney 3DS Game’s Trailer Reveals November Release Dates in West
CAPCOM began streaming a trailer for its Nintendo 3DS release of the Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney game on Tuesday. The video reveals that the game will launch via the Nintendo eShop in North America on November 21 and in Europe on November 23.
The release will cost US$19.99 and have updated artwork, the added option to skip text, and the option to play either the Japanese or English version of the game.
In Japan, CAPCOM will release a physical version of the game for Nintendo 3DS on November 22. The company will also release a box set of all six main Ace Attorney games on the same day in Japan.
Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney, the fourth game in the Ace Attorney series, originally debuted as a Nintendo DS game in Japan in 2007. CAPCOM released an English version in 2008. The game was the first of the main Ace Attorney games to not star Phoenix Wright.; it instead features his younger protégé Apollo Justice. The game received a port for iOS and Android smartphones in December 2016.
CAPCOM released the first three Ace Attorney games — Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney, Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney − Justice for All, and Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney − Trials and Tribulations — in a combo pack for Nintendo 3DS in 2014. The most sixth and most recent game in the main series, Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Spirit of Justice (Gyakuten Saiban 6), shipped in Japan in June 2016, and CAPCOM released the game digitally in North America and Europe in September.