Ace Attorney Trilogy goes up for digital preorder on Xbox
We can finally play Ace Attorney on Xbox One!
Ace Attorney is an absolute sensation on various devices like the iPhone and Nintendo 3DS, but the Xbox One has been left out for quite some time now. However, that changed recently because Capcom announced that the Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy is coming to the console on April 9. Ace Attorney Trilogy pack the original three games: Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney, Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Justice for All, and Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Trials and Tribulations.
Ace Attorney Trilogy is also going to be available on Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4. The iPhone version is a free-to-play experience, but the collection on consoles cost $30. Unfortunately, it doesn't appear to support Xbox Play Anywhere or Xbox One X. You can preorder the collection on the Microsoft Store right now.
According to Capcom, the Ace Attorney series is composed of visual novel adventures. You play as a defense attorney who has to get your clients off the hook. Each game consists of various episodes and even stranger cases. The goal is to collect evidence and prove that your clients are innocent. Usually your clients have been framed by someone else, so you have to find the real culprit.
Ace Attorney has a huge following in Japan, but it's impact in the West is unclear. Are you interested in the game? Let us know. A lot of consumers have been waiting for the chance to play them on consoles, and that time will be here sooner rather than later.
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Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy is an absolute sensation on various devices like the iPhone and Nintendo 3DS, but the Xbox One has been left out for quite some time now. However, that changed recently because Capcom announced that the Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy is coming to the console.
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