The Ace Attorney series is quite unlike anything else out there, so it's exciting that Capcom has future games in mind.
Ace Attorney series has largely been known as a DS and 3DS series, but next year it looks like they could be making the leap to another Nintendo platform.
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According to the news, the compilations will release between April 2018 and October 2018, with the first containing the original Phoenix Wright adventures, and the second focusing on a pair of other Phoenix games, as well as a spin-off featuring Apollo Justice.
This specific configuration makes a lot of sense, because Capcom has previously re-released the games on iOS - which already has 1-3 and 4-6, in separate apps, updated for HD on a single screen touch screen device - and 3DS, the first three being bundled as Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy.
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On Friday we brought you the news that Capcom is working on bringing more games to the Switch, specifically name-dropping Ace Attorney as one of the franchises in development.
The third title is reportedly a new mainline entry in the Ace Attorney series planned for a worldwide simultaneous release on Switch and smartphones in late 2018. But little did we know just how much Ace Attorney it would be bringing our way. Phoenix Wright is said to be the protagonist, and there will be five cases at launch.
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Last week, we reported on the news that Capcom was working on a new Ace Attorney game for the Nintendo Switch, expanding its support for Nintendo's system and bringing its experienced legal team to a whole new level.