By Spencer . February 28, 2009 . 11:28am
Capcom is giving Miles Edgeworth his own game known in Japan as Gyakuten Kenji (Turnabout Prosecutor). Like a few other Ace Attorney games for the Nintendo DS Capcom is also selling it in a bundle package for fans.
The Gyakuten Kenji limited edition comes with a business card holder, two discs with promotional videos, character illustration portraits, a CD featuring five tracks from the Ace Attorney concert where the game was announced performed by the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra, a revised mini pamphlet from the concert, a limited edition box, and the game for 9,240 yen ($96). That’s almost double the price of Gyakuten Kenji which retails alone for 5,040 yen ($51).
Capcom’s limited edition Gyakuten box sets tend to be rare and go up in price fast. If you’re into collecting these kinds of things be on the look out for it and a bunch of other Ace Attorney swag Capcom is selling like a Gyakuten Kenji t-shirt (3,150 yen), Edgeworth shot glasses (1,050 yen), IC card decoration stickers (630 yen), and Godot’s coffee mug (1,050 yen).