Any Objections To A Giant Phoenix Wright Pointing Finger?

By Spencer . October 20, 2013 . 10:54pm


Perfect for sporting events or when you’re revealing decisive evidence, Capcom made these Ace Attorney: Dual Destinies foam fingers. This promo item was given out to some press as a reminder that the Nintendo 3DS game will come out on October 24 via the Nintendo eShop. For more about the game read our interview with Ace Attorney producer Motohide Eshiro.

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  • NLucafs

    I wish the rest of us got some kind of reminder like that, because I certainly forgot that the game comes out this week…

    • fireguardiancoty

      If only we had a place to reserve the game and maybe pick it up.

      oh… :'(

  • RadShiro

    Who do I murder to get one?

    Then I can use it in court! :D

    • s07195

      The evidence is pointing at the culprit…

  • Tg

    Bring it to a Yankees game. Yayy!!

    “_____ Team is about to steal 2nd!”


  • WyattEpp

    No objections! Er, can I even do that in this situation?

  • Dakota

    I thought this title said ‘Any Objections to a Pheonix Wright Fighting Game’

    and my soul said no

  • Lazulis

    Man, it would have been awesome for something like that to be a preorder bonus if there was a physical copy…lucky people in an alternate universe.

    I’ve been hyped for Ace Attorney for a while! My Rune Factory & EO will have to wait while I use my CHORDS OF STEEL

  • J_Joestar
  • RisukuAozora

    If there was enough money to print these… then why not a physical release?

    • HershelLousyton

      I’m sad that AA5 isn’t getting a physical release, but really? You’re claiming that making a couple novelty foam fingers (I’d guess a couple hundred at best) is on-par with the financial cost of printing several hundred thousand physical copies of a cartridge-based game for a current-era handheld, and distributing them across retailers throughout the NA/PAL regions?

      • RisukuAozora

        Hold it! I’m not saying they are equal. Cause the game carts are definitely more expensive. Maybe the wording wasn’t correct, but I feel there are better things that Capcom should be using their money for than “novelty foam fingers”.

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