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Jesse Woo
The Great Ace Attorney Special Edition is Chock Full of Goodies
I want a full-sized version of the briefcase.
04.07.15 - 11:02 PM

The Great Ace Attorney is starting the Ace Attorney franchise anew with a decidedly old-school aesthetic, so it fitting that the special edition will be similarly themed. There will be two distinct sets, the e-Capcom limited edition and the Binding Edition, for 9,300 yen ($77) and 7,300 yen ($60) respectively. The e-Capcom edition includes a pair of animal plushies styled after Sherlock Holmes and Watson (who play large roles in the game), a set of character post cards and matching frame, a Holmes business card sticker, a short story by Watson, and the protagonist Ryonosuke Naruohodo's collar pin. The game is also included of course. It will all fit snugly into a mock-up of Holmes' briefcase.

The Binding Edition of the game comes with a mini-soundtrack and an art book.

Players who want it all can get both sets for 10,800 yen ($90).

The Great Ace Attorney comes out July 9th in Japan. No Western release has been announced. The special editions will be available from Capcom's Japanese online store.


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