The first three games in the Phoenix Wright visual novels have been available on Nintendo 3DS and smartphones. However, Capcom recently announced an HD collection of the first three games for the PC and consoles.
First released in Japan, the Ace Attorney games started out as a series of visual novels on the Game Boy Advance. The series chronicles the adventures of a few different young hotshot defense attorneys and the courtroom antics that ensue. It’s one of the rare Eastern visual novel series to have large-scale distribution in the West, with all but two spin-offs getting an English release. America got it’s first taste of courtroom drama when a Nintendo DS version of the first game released in 2005, starring Phoenix Wright. The series has many sequels and spin-offs, including one guest starring Level-5’s Professor Layton.
Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy features the first three games in the Ace Attorney series (the original Ace Attorney, Justice for All, and Trials and Tribulations). The three games are already available on Nintendo 3DS, Android, and iOS. However, this collection features HD graphics and a reworked interface. No wording on the price yet, but the updated trilogy releases sometime early next year.
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