Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney Trilogy is out in January, and it lets you act out “situations unthinkable in the main game”

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy Coming to PC, Game Pass, and Consoles

Capcom has recently announced the release date for Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney Trilogy, which is set to arrive on January 25, 2024. The trilogy, consisting of Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney, Phoenix Wright: Dual Destinies, and Phoenix Wright: Spirit Of Justice, will feature “beautiful HD graphics and special bonuses galore” and will be available on PS4, PS5, PC, Switch, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S platforms. In addition, physical editions will be available for the Switch and PlayStation players.

The bundle includes a range of special content, such as soundtracks for all three games including bonus tracks from Ace Attorney 15th Anniversary Orchestra Concert and Ace Attorney 2019 Orchestra Concert. It also offers special episodes, costumes, an art library featuring character designs and background art, and even the special prologue anime for Spirit of Justice.

One of the most exciting features is the animation studio, where players can create their own scenes by utilizing character models, animations, background music, and voiced lines from the games.

Capcom teases that players can “place characters in situations unthinkable in the main games!”

The trilogy also comes with quality-of-life improvements, such as a game menu allowing players to choose the specific game, episode, and chapter they want to start from. It also introduces a Story Mode, where the game makes selections and solves puzzles automatically, allowing players to sit back and enjoy the mystery unfolding.

Furthermore, the backlog system from Dual Destinies and Spirit of Justice has been added to Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney Trilogy, allowing players to review previously read text lines.

The Ace Attorney series, which pioneered the Courtroom Battle genre of text adventure games, began in 2001 and now passes the torch to Apollo Justice in this collection of three games. It showcases Apollo’s growth as a lawyer in the Dark Age of the Law.

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