Capcom announced that the courtroom drama series’ fourth entry, Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney, is headed to Nintendo 3DS via eShop with upgraded visuals and features this November, priced at $19.99.
With Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney headed to 3DS, that means players will getg to check out all the courtroom action from Apollo’s early days as a defense attorney in upgraded 3DS graphics.
In addition to the upgraded new look on 3DS, this includes the Japanese version of the game, allowing players to switch between Japanese and English versions. Players might notice differences between the versions such as background signs and art. Text skip options will also be available from the start.
Here’s more on the game with info on its key features and new screenshots:
- Upgraded visuals and features – Enjoy the game’s improved new look on Nintendo 3DS and use the system’s features to dust some crime scenes to search for fingerprints and examine certain objects in a full 360 degrees to uncover hidden evidence
- Colorful cast of characters – Stars budding defense attorney Apollo Justice, and top prosecutor Klavier Gavin who is also a former guitarist and Apollo’s rockstar rival.
- Text skip options – Returning players have options to speed through in-game dialogue.
- Includes two versions – Switch between the Japanese and English editions for an “Igiyari!” or “Objection!” More than just an alternative language option, keen eyes will be able to spot some differences between each version’s localized backgrounds.
- Classic Ace Attorney Gameplay – Survey crime scenes, interview witnesses and gather evidence in the Investigation phase before defending your client in the courtroom!
- Twisting plots and puzzling cases – Upon completing the first case, Apollo is asked to join disbarred attorney Phoenix Wright and work alongside Phoenix’s adopted daughter, Trucy. The pair go on to solve a series of quirky crimes including the theft of a noodle cart and the disappearance of a pair of magic panties!
Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney releases for Nintendo 3DS this November for $19.99.