Ace Attorney Trilogy Will Have Minor Dialogue Tweaks In The West

By Ishaan . July 24, 2014 . 5:07pm

Earlier in the year, Capcom announced that they’re releasing Ace Attorney Trilogy—a collection of the first three Ace Attorney games for the Nintendo 3DS—via the eShop this Winter. At Comic-Con, they shared a few more tidbits on the release.


At their “World of Capcom” panel at the San Diego Comic-Con today, Capcom said that the game’s visuals haven’t simply been ported from the iOS versions of the Ace Attorney games. Capcom said they redid the graphics for the game in some capacity.


Additionally, they also stated that the games’ dialogue will have minor tweaks, which dedicated fans may notice if they remember the original trilogy.


Ace Attorney Trilogy will cost $29.99 in North America. In case you missed them, you can also check out our early impressions of the collection from E3.

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