Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney Trilogy Launches in January Among An Already Crowded Schedule

There are too many games coming out.


Capcom has announced that Apollo Justice Ace Attorney Trilogy will launch on January 25 for PC, PS4, Nintendo Switch, and Xbox One.

The compilation will include three games: 2008's Apollo Justice, 2013's Dual Destinies, and 2016's Spirit of Justice. It'll also feature a story mode which turns the games into a visual novel, where it lets players skip the investigation, trial, and gameplay bits. All DLC are included too.

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There are several other features as well. The Orchestra Hall is a music player with chibi versions of the characters playing the music. The Art Library is just as the name suggests--it has artwork that unlocks for finishing each game. Additionally, the Animation Studio lets you create your own scenes with characters and backgrounds from the games.

Capcom has been re-releasing the Ace Attorney games since many of them are on older platforms, mainly the Nintendo DS and 3DS. The first three games in the franchise were re-released once again as Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy in 2019 for modern platforms. In 2021, Capcom released The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles. The Phoenix Wright Trilogy is also coming to Xbox and PC Game Pass on September 26.

Apollo Justice Ace Attorney Trilogy will release at the end of January among a crowded week of big Japanese game releases. Within one week of each other, Persona 3 Reload, Like a Dragon: Infinite Wealth, Granblue Fantasy Relink, and Tekken 8 are scheduled to be released. Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League will launch that week as well.

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