Today, Capcom announced that the fourth game in the Ace Attorney series, Apollo Justice, will be available this November for the Nintendo 3DS. This updated version, priced at $19.99, will include higher resolution graphics as well as the ability to switch between the English and Japanese versions of the game.
First released in 2008, Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney follows the titular protagonist as he works his way up as a rookie defense attorney. Early in the game, he meets a disbarred Phoenix Wright (the protagonist of the first three titles), who helps him on his quest. Throughout the four different cases, players will have to interrogate and cross-examine witnesses to find out what they’re truly hiding. The game will feature updated visuals to fit the 3DS, a text skip option unlocked in the beginning, as well as the ability to switch between the Japanese and English versions of the game.
Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney will be available on the 3DS this November, which means all six mainline Ace Attorney games can be experienced on the Nintendo 3DS without the need for its backwards compatibility. Check out Travis’ review of the most recent title here, and stay tuned for more news here on Gaming Trend.