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Jeremy Harnage
Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy Coming This Winter to the eShop!
The upgraded Game Boy Advance Trilogy to hit western shores soon on your 3DS.
06.12.14 - 1:11 PM

Capcom recently confirmed that an HD packaged edition of the Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Game Boy Advance titles will be hitting the Nintendo eShop Winter 2014.

Included in the package are the following titles:

- The original Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney
- Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Justice for All
- Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Trials and Tribulations

With these being the first 3 titles in the series, they represent an integral part of the Phoenix Wright history and are a welcome addition to those looking to replay the titles or experience them for the first time. Capcom has gone on record as stating that these titles will feature "redrawn, high-definition graphics" with stereoscopic 3D enhancements as well.

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy releases this winter for the Nintendo 3DS. While an official date has not been announced just yet, a price point of $30 has been noted. For those lucky enough to be at E3, a playable copy there showcased faster menus, crisper audio-tracks, and a title theme sporting a mix between orchestrated instruments and synth tracks heard from the game itself.


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