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  1. It wasn't very apparent in the demo I played at Capcom's booth during E3, but apparently Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Duel Destinies has been rated M by the ESRB! This is the first entry in the Ace Attorney series that won't have a T rating. So, what's in Duel Destinies that makes it deserving of an M rating? Well, a representative from Capcom and the ESRB themselves don't tell us much, unfortunately. "Due to the nature of the various crimes and storylines in this latest title in the series, ESRB deemed the title an M," Capcom told Joystiq. The ESRB description is as follows: "Blood, Violence, Suggestive Themes, Language." I guess we'll have to wait until sometime this fall, when Duel Destinies releases exclusively on the 3DS eShop, to figure out the reason for the rating.
  2. Ever since it was revealed that Ace Attorney Investigations 2 would not be localized for release in the West, things had been looking for the worse with the Ace Attorney series in general, but last September's news of Ace Attorney 5 being planned for release in the US seemed to mark an improvement in Capcom's reception to releasing more entries in the West. Recently, one fan even asked on Capcom Unity's forums if we might see an Ace Attorney Collection for 3DS if Ace Attorney 5 does well in sales in North America. It seems that the fan had been reading Capcom VP Christian Svensson's mind because he had the same idea and has been proposing the concept to the Capcom overlords for a few years now. However, he laments that he hasn't heard anything definitive on the matter just yet. Now that we know Capcom USA is willing to bring over an Ace Attorney Collection if they're given the green light, it's only a matter of time until we find out more about this. If Ace Attorney 5 does well, it seems all but guaranteed to happen, but the final say seems out of Svensson's hands for now. Source: Capcom Unity Would you want an Ace Attorney Collection on 3DS?
  3. As part of this year's Tokyo Game Show, Capcom has shared with us a first look at the recently announced Ace Attorney 5 for the Nintendo 3DS. In it, we finally get to see exactly how the new 3D models of the game look in motion as well as some insight to the odd emotion system. In addition, there's also a mystery character's silhouette shown at the end. Who could it possibly be? You can check out the trailer below (with English subtitles thanks to Ace Attorney fansite, Court Records): And for those who have been out of the loop, Ace Attorney 5 is indeed releasing here in North America eventually. However, there is no release date for Japan or North America yet. If you're interested in looking at more Ace Attorney 5 awesomeness, then check out our image gallery below! What do you think of Ace Attorney 5's 3D models and animation?
  4. Just yesterday, we got the incredibly exciting news from Famitsu that Phoenix Wright would be making his long-awaited comeback on the Nintendo 3DS. It's the first time a title in the series will be making an appearance on the 3DS. Ace Attorney 5 takes place one year after the events that occur during Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney. Phoenix Wright is back in action and he's accompanied by a yellow-suited lady whose name has not been revealed. During the first case of Ace Attorney 5, it seems that Phoenix will be defending a woman named Shinobu in court, as she's been accused of causing an explosion in the courtroom. It also seems like the Ace Attorney series will be making a transition from 2D to 3D, as evident by the screenshots below. The character portraits and backgrounds have been replaced by sleek and appealing 3D models. And before you go, there's one more exciting bit of information. Although Gyakuten Kenji 2 (Ace Attorney Investigations 2) has been available for over a year in Japan with no word of localization, it seems like we'll definitely be getting Ace Attorney 5 here in the states. Confirmation comes from PR Manager of Capcom, Brian Keltner: “Capcom is planning to release Gyakuten Saiban 5 (Ace Attorney 5) in the West. We“ll have more news soon.†Thank you, Capcom, for proving us doubters wrong--and so quickly, too!