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When you take a moment to really think about it, isn't it odd that Arrested Development came up with the name "Bob Loblaw" before the wordplay-stuffed Phoenix Wright did? When you start replaying the Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy this week, try to imagine Scott Baio at Phoenix Wright's desk,...

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Capcom announced court dates for the 3DS redrawn, higher-res Ace Attorney Trilogy, with eShop orders scheduled for December 9 in North America and December 11 in Europe. The constitutional compilation includes the first three GBA/DS games starring sweat-soaked defense attorney Phoenix Wright, na...

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To properly hype fans for this winter's Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy, Capcom has prepared a series of screenshots comparing the original Ace Attorney games to their updated, 3DS counterparts. As you'd expect, the leap from older handhelds to the 3DS offers Capcom's artists more aesthetic fr...

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Capcom confirmed the 3DS HD package of Phoenix Wright's Game Boy Advance trilogy arrives this winter as an eShop game, priced at $30. The 3-in-1 game includes Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney, Justice for All and Trials and Tribulations, with Capcom promising "redrawn, high-definition graphics" as we...

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The first three Ace Attorney games are reportedly coming to 3DS, with a court date in Japan set for April 17. According to Siliconera and Shinobi (via Gematsu), this week's issue of Famitsu says the Game Boy Advance trilogy - that's Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney, Justice for All, and Trials and Tr...

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Just to clear up any lingering confusion, Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy HD is available on the App Store right now, after being delayed from fall to July, and then moved back up to May 30. That's today, and the game is definitely out. The iOS trilogy includes the first three Phoenix Wrigh...

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Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy HD has been pegged for a May 30 launch on iOS. The game was initially announced for last fall, pushed back to July and has now been bumped up to the end of this month. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy HD is a bundle of the first three DS games, Ace Attorn...

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A promotional flyer for a movie isn't the sort of thing we typically post around here, but in Phoenix Wright's case, we'll make an objection exception. The movie's website also has two trailers available, including a cleaner version of the one we saw in October. Check out the full flyer at Andr...

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If you were wondering how Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney would look as interpreted by director Takashi Miike, the answer is in the promotional image above: it looks exactly like Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney. That shockingly meticulous promo image was released along with a teaser site for the Ace...

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Capcom has officially announced that Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney will head to the cineplexes of Japan in Spring 2012. Wright will be played by Hiroki Narimiya (not ringing any bells?), while antagonistic attorney Miles Edgeworth will be played by Takumi Saito. Phoenix's charmingly naive assistan...

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Three photographs have surfaced of what appear to be a set from Takashi Miike's Ace Attorney film. According to Hachimaki, the sets are in Kyoto, where Miike was already reported to be shooting a movie. If the sets are real, they point to an adaptation of the first Phoenix Wright game, as they...

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Speaking to reporters during the Cannes film festival, director Takashi Miike (Audition, Hara-Kiri: Death of a Samurai, and a million other things) announced his next film: "It is a very light comedy that I am filming now," as the Huffington Post quotes him, "a court drama, based on a video game,...

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We already recommend Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney without hesitation, but now we're even quicker to do so. In honor of Comic-Con (for some reason), Capcom has temporarily marked down the iPhone version of Phoenix Wright, along with several other iPhone and even iPad games. We suggest you take that! ...

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