Arrrr! Here’s A Trailer For Ace Attorney: Dual Destinies’ DLC Case

By Ishaan . November 22, 2013 . 8:30am

Yesterday, Capcom released “Turnabout Reclaimed,” an additional downloadable case for Ace Attorney: Dual Destinies, in North America and Europe. The case sees Phoenix Wright handling his first client after reclaiming his attorney’s badge, and in case you’d like a closer look before you buy it, you can watch a trailer for it below.

 

 

Turnabout Reclaimed is available for download for $5.99 / £3.99 / €4.99 via the Nintendo eShop.


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  • J_Joestar

    YAR HAR FIDDLE DEE DEE!

  • Izzy Miyake

    Ah more JUSTICE to be had.

  • http://forums.rpgmakerweb.com/index.php?/topic/25050-farm-mapping-contest/#entry239430 Chaos17

    Give me dual audio DLC please!

    • Zoozbuh

      For any other series: fine, but I don’t see why you would want this for the Ace Attorney series? Every name is changed, they go to great effort to change everything for a US audience, so dual audio will basically never happen. It’s a little annoying to see people wanting it for every game :/

      • http://www.ihasnowebsitez.com Satonaka CP-Four

        Agreed, the Eng dub for this game is one of those few exceptions you don’t mind the JPN audio never existing. Capcom clearly gave this series some love in the early installments that are still paying off in this game regardless of the lack of love in not producing a physical release.

  • Hyli

    I look forward to defending a whale. now THAT’S something for the resume.

  • Rinne111

    sweet

  • Guilherme Matheus Silva

    Playing already =D

  • http://amc9988.deviantart.com/ amc99

    does anyone know how many dlc cases released in Japan?

    • Aoshi00

      Just this one chapter, all of these chars are in the artbook as well.. And the quizzes are Layton like puzzles and not relevant to the story. I loved this chapter and don’t mind payin extra, but I feel this was just cut from the main game.. I would prefer everything to be on the cart, but the us ver is not retail anyway :(..

      • Silent-Hal

        I disagree. It felt obvious to me that this case was never intended to be a part of the main story; it has no real connection to anything else that happens in the game, and if anything including it probably would’ve broken up the pacing too much.

        • Aoshi00

          The 2nd yokai case doesn’t have much to do w/ the overall main story either. There’s always cases in btwn that are self contained and not connected to the finale. The fact that it’s playable after case 1 is evident. When I was playing the Jpn ver, I actually played the Orca DLC simultaneously while playing chapters 2, 3, & 4 since it was so funny and there were 2 save slots.. Anyway, I got the Gyakuten Saiban 5 artbook, there’s tons of design for this DLC case (so much that a lot didn’t make it into the game), to me it felt like it was always part of the game.. one could argue this case would never be made if not charging extra.. actually the last 2 chapters 4 & 5 felt like one big chapter, so w/ this it makes 5 chapters, I think it’s just the right amount of contents..

          Personally I think this chapter is rather important in terms of humor and quirkiness it should be part of the game and not missed by any fans, it would be a pity for those not getting this DLC due to price or no internet. I think this is being sold just like the season pass of so many big games now. It’s not a must, but w/ it you get the “complete” experience. I just d/l’ed it tonight, as always good job localizing even the pirate song Capcom!

  • Göran Isacson

    A question: should this case be played after the main game, or before it since it seems to be about Phoenix taking on his first case after coming back from hiatus?

    • Silent-Hal

      I would say play it after. It takes place between cases 2 and 3, but it has exactly zero relevance to anything in the main story aside from being Phoenix’s first case back on the job. It’s just a fun little side story.

    • AuraGuyChris

      You should play this case after the second case and before the third case, chronologically speaking.

      At the latest, play this case before you reach the very end of the last in-game case as your views about important endgame stuff will probably make you look funny at the main characters.

  • new_tradition

    Playing this after beating the game makes you look at you-know-who in a totally different light O_O

  • Aaron K Stone

    Arrr. It was a great case. Decent length. Weird characters. Great Bones produced animation. No complaints about dlc here… odd since it’s Capcom, but… anyway… It’s great!

  • Servant BerserCAR

    But…. Why is the rum gone?

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