'Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy' released on PC and consoles

Phoenix Wright objects to the witness. Phoenix Wright objects to the witness. CAPCOM

Capcom has announced the release of Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy on PC and consoles today. This title, which collects the first three Ace Attorney games into a single package, follows Phoenix Wright as he goes from rookie to veteran lawyer, turning many a trial upside-down in the process. This version of the game includes a number of quality-of-life improvements, such as up to ten save slots per language and new high-resolution graphics; future patches will include the ability to object by shouting, as well as additional languages.

Originally a Japanese-only Game Boy Advance trilogy, the first game, Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney, was quietly released on the Nintendo DS in North America early 2005. After word of mouth spread, the game received a second printing, and soon other games from the series appeared in the West as well. Today, the series is one of Capcom's most beloved and best-performing franchises, with eleven titles released in all (three of which are Japan-only).

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy is available now at a MSRP of $29.99.

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