Cuphead, Dragon's Dogma Dark Arisen, SteamWorld Quest Hand of Gilgamech...
Super Dragon Ball Heroes World Mission, Phoenix Wright Ace Attorney Trilogy, Hellblade Senua's Sacrifice...
I still think they should have gone the Octopath Traveler route for these assets because, even though the art is now in HD, the animations are still the same from nearly two decades ago.
The three games that started it all, out now for the first time on consoles.
All three games have been updated with high definition art and an enhanced UI, making it a great time to jump in for greenhorn attorneys and veterans alike.
In the case of a text-based game where there is no voice acting, word choices are the only tools a translator has to shape how a player perceives the characters and their growth.
It’s hard to talk about Godot without unveiling some of the mysteries surrounding him, so we’ll leave it to you to unmask the truth in the third game of the original Ace Attorney trilogy.
"In fact, I had originally wanted to use the outline of the last episode of 'Justice For All' as the basis for the final episode of the third game."
I wanna spoil the very last scene of her game so bad...
One can only imagine the amount of work that represents when translating the game in French and other languages.
"Of course, the game isn’t called Miles Edgeworth: Ace Prosecutor Trilogy." Actually...
"The idea to make a game about a lawyer fighting in a court of law first took shape in a game proposal doc I wrote in the summer of 2000."
"Ace" is a pretty big word here since she was in training during the entire trilogy.
Forget everything you know about real-life law. (Seriously.)
The start of a character introduction series for Ace Attorney Trilogy's upcoming launch on Switch.
So... Why isn't that available at launch? I understand the work but I'm pretty sure the assets were already there on the iOS and Android versions of the game.
Everything you know and love about Ace Attorney is here, including the characteristic investigations, courtroom antics, updated autopsy reports, and zany cast of characters that define everything that these games are known for.
Same as the one before, but this time they specify that the game is now available.
This was in two parts in the Direct but they've united the portions in one video.
Naruhodou Ryuuichi no daibouken. (Yes, I made up that tagline.)