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  1. Can you believe it? The realization of a new Phoenix Wright game is closer than ever before as Capcom has announced that Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Dual Destinies finally has a North American release date: October 24. Dual Destinies will once again have Phoenix Wright back in court and on crime scenes in order to uncover the truth, and a number of characters will be returning as well, including Apollo Justice and a much older Pearl Fey. In addition, the game is also slated to include extended content and costumes. This is also the first real sequel in the Phoenix Wright series in some five and a half years now. Fans may remember that there was a short-lived spin-off series that saw the player assume the role of Miles Edgeworth in his investigations, but the second game in the series never saw the light of day outside of Japan, much to the dismay of fans, so it's great to see Phoenix Wright make his grand return like this. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Dual Destinies will be available only through the 3DS eShop for $29.99 come October 24. Are you excited for Phoenix Wright's return?
  2. 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.
  3. HOLD IT! We“re not quite done with previews from E3 yet. Next up is the latest installation in the Ace Attorney series. In Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Duel Destinies, famed lawyer Phoenix Wright returns after being unfairly disbarred and he“s better than ever. It“s also the first entry in the series to appear on the 3DS – a sort of fresh start for Phoenix and those who are going to be playing the game. Being a passionate fan of Ace Attorney games, I eagerly tried out the demo that Capcom had out in their courthouse-themed area. The demo is centered on a courthouse explosion case. Phoenix and his new assistant, Athena Cykes, defend a girl that is accused of causing the explosion (she is also a friend of Athena“s). Even though Phoenix has years of practice under his belt, this is his first trial in a very long time – he“s obviously very flustered! Athena offers a tutorial if you happen to be a newbie or need some refreshing (it“s been a long time for us Ace Attorney fans, too!). I declined, however, and jumped right into the trial. Starting off, you“re introduced to the basic Ace Attorney mechanics: listening to the witness“s testimony, pressing for more information if necessary, finding contradictions, and presenting evidence. Not much has changed in this instance. After a while, Athena introduces you to the new system called the “Mood Matrix.†With this, you“re able to pinpoint contradictory emotions that a witness is feeling while they present their testimony. Once you do that, you can press the witness for even more details regarding the contradictory emotion. On top of the Mood Matrix system, the “Pysche-Lock†system and “Perceive System†will also make a return (though they are not present in this demo). The localization is as good as ever. It still has top-notch writing and humor. I even found myself giggling a couple of times. I“m also really looking forward to the rest of the plot in Duel Destinies. One thing that might have annoyed some was the change from 2D to 3D graphics. It“s evident in trailers and screenshots that it really tries to mimic the old style, but how well does it look in person? Well, let me tell you – it is super sleek and gorgeous. With the 3D turned on, it“s even better. The 3DS“s capabilities also offer even more depth to investigating and environments, such as the courtroom. The Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Duel Destinies demo was very fun. I wish I could have played the whole game right then and there! Alas, we all have to wait a little while longer. But I feel that the wait will be very much worth it.
  4. We knew already that the newest Ace Attorney title on 3DS would be making its way to North America, but now we have an official confirmation! The fifth Ace Attorney game, titled Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Duel Destinies, will release sometime this fall for both North America and Europe. Unfortunately, this will be a digital-only release. Sorry, physical game collectors. Sven on Capcom-Unity tells us the reason for this: "Historically it“s been tough to attract long term retail support for Ace Attorney titles. ... we wanted as many people as possible to be able to enjoy [Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Duel Destinies] for as long as possible. With that in mind we have opted for a digital only release via the Nintendo 3DS eShop." There's nothing yet on what the price point will be, but Sven promises that details will emerge in the not-so-distant future. In the mean time, enjoy an English version of the launch trailer! What are your thoughts on Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Duel Destinies being a digital-only release?
  5. Yet another trailer from Capcom as part of this year's Tokyo Game Show! This time, it's for the Level-5 developed 3DS game Professor Layton vs. Ace Attorney. If you're not in the know, the game is obviously a crossover between Level-5's Professor Layton franchise and Capcom's Ace Attorney franchise that takes place in a parallel universe. Professor Layton vs. Ace Attorney will feature elements from both series – Layton“s puzzles and Ace Attorney“s courtroom and cross-examination gameplay. This particular trailer exhibits an in-depth look at the combination of those two gameplay styles. Take a look below! For those wondering, this mash-up is not being solely done by Level-5. Shu Takumi, the series director for the Ace Attorney series, will be contributing as well by creating Professor Layton vs. Ace Attorney's scenario designs. As for the animated cutscenes for the game, they are being done by Bones, the studio behind animes such as Fullmetal Alchemist, Ouran High School Host Club, and Wolf's Rain. Professor Layton vs. Ace Attorney will release in Japan on November 29th. As of right now, there has not been a North American release officially announced. What do you think of Professor Layton vs. Ace Attorney so far?
  6. 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?
  7. 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!
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