Capcom announced that it is going to bring the first three games in the Ace Attorney series to the Nintendo Switch, Playstation 4, Xbox One and PC next year. At the Tokyo Game Show, the publisher revealed its plan to bring a new version of the Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy for a release in early 2019.
The Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy will include Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney, Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Justice for All and Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Trials and Tribulations. All of the three were originally released on the Game Boy Advance, however have since been released on other platforms.
Ace Attorney series debuted in 2001 when the first Phoenix Wright game came out. Since then, Capcom followed the original series with 10 more sequels and spinoffs starring various attorneys and investigators who would help solve crimes in a dramatic courtroom battle.
In Ace Attorney, you play as Phoenix Wright who is a young defense lawyer with a job to defend your clients from false accusations regarding various murder cases. As witnesses will make their claim, you will need to measure up what they say with evidence you have collected to uncover the truth.
The remastered version Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy is coming both in Japanese and English versions with HD visuals. The pricing of the game has not been revealed as of yet.
An official game description of the trilogy from its 2014 release is as follows:
Defend the innocent and save the day! Courtroom hero Phoenix Wright lays down the law Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy.
Join rookie lawyer Phoenix Wright through the early years of his career in his quest to find the truth behind all of the classic cases! Prepare for intense courtroom showdowns by investigating crime scenes, collecting evidence, and questioning witnesses. Use evidence and the testimonies of witnesses to your advantage as you battle for the innocence of your client. Nothing less of a full acquittal will do in this court of law. Find the contradictions in witnesses’ testimony to expose the truth!
The game will also have a collector’s physical edition and e-Capcom limited edition available. Meanwhile, the collection will have 10 save slots for the game.
Are you happy to see your beloved attorney game back as a remastered version and with three parts of the game? Will it live up to your Game Boy Advance days that you loved to play it on? Let us know in the comments below.