By Ishaan . August 29, 2012 . 11:56am
Capcom are bringing the Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney trilogy to iOS devices with HD visuals in English this fall, the publisher announced this morning. That includes: Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney, Justice for All, and Trials and Tribulations.
Capcom are being smart about how they’re pricing the games, too. Similar to Ghost Trick, the first two chapters of Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney will be available for free, and you’ll be able to buy the rest of the story episodically or in the form of a bundle that contains all three games. Pricing details will be revealed at a later date, but for reference, here’s how Ghost Trick was priced on iOS.
Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy HD has another neat feature: an “Everybody Object” mode that lets you send out the series’ quirky courtroom exclamations along with an animated image to your friends via Twitter or e-mail.
A release date hasn’t been announced for Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy HD yet. Aside from this project, Capcom are also working on Ace Attorney 5 (platform unknown) and collaborating with Level-5 on Professor Layton vs. Ace Attorney. Neither of those projects has a release date yet.