Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy Releasing In Early 2019

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy Releasing In Early 2019

Capcom has announced the first three Phoenix Wright games are on the way to the Nintendo Switch. And for the first time ever, the original trilogy series will also be released on PlayStation, Xbox and PC.

The collection brings Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney, Justice For All and Trials and Tribulations, is scheduled for release in Japan in early 2019, with a collector’s physical edition and e-Capcom limited edition available.

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney is a visual novel adventure game where the player takes the role of Phoenix Wright, a rookie defense attorney, and attempts to defend their clients in five cases. These cases are played in a specific order. After finishing them, the player can re-play them in any order.

Check the TGS 2018 Trailer down below:

“The collection includes all 14 chapters of Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney, Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Justice For All, and Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Trials and Tribulations. It features both English and Japanese language settings, and offers up to 10 save data slots.”

Each case begins with an opening cinematic cutscene showing a murder; shortly thereafter, the player is given the job of defending the prime suspect in the case. The gameplay is divided into two sections, investigations and courtroom trials. During investigations, which usually take place before or between trial sessions, the player gathers information and evidence by talking to characters such as their client, witnesses, and the police. The player can move a cursor to examine various things in the environment. By using a menu the player can move to different locations, examine evidence, and present evidence to other characters. By showing certain pieces of evidence to some witnesses, the player can access new information

Read the full article at – Gematsu.

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