While others are shouting that football has won, western players have a much bigger reason to celebrate April 21, 2021. Capcom has a CD, and the compilation classified a few weeks ago is a reality.
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The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles will be available on July 27th for PS4, Nintendo Switch and PC. It is offered in a dematalized version in Japanese and English. You wanted it, we wanted it, it’s finally within reach. This is a compilation of two adventure and court fighting games that originally appeared on 3DS and remained in Japan: The Great Ace Attorney: Adventures and The Great Ace Attorney 2: Resolve.
Quant Herlock Sholmes
For those who do not know and do not understand the tears that run down my cheeks, it is because we are in the presence of two games in which the ancestor of Phoenix Wright (Ryuichi Naruhodo by his real name) is , Ryunosuke Naruhodo. He is also a lawyer, but at the end of the 19th century he has to conduct the investigation and bring the truth to his opponents in 10 cases. In particular, he will cross the street of a famous English detective, Herlock Sholmes (yes, like Maurice Leblanc, you say it – the use of the name Sherlock Holmes is so heavily protected). Two gameplay elements make it possible to highlight differences from the original Ace Attorney saga:
During the investigation, players will team up with Sholmes for a “dance of deduction” to identify errors in the detective’s excessive logic and uncover new facts. In the courtroom, players take part in the “synthesis tests” where they must highlight the differences between the juries in order to receive the coveted “Not Guilty” verdict.
The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles also features 8 mini-episodes and three additional costumes. There are also bonuses in the form of illustrations and audio clips.
After all, you know thatA bundle with Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy will be available in the three media mentioned above. The price ? No idea for the moment, let me uncork the champagne. Come on, only Miles Edgeworth 2 left, and we can say the Japanese publisher deserves a discount.