While the classic Phoenix Wright games have already been released for the Nintendo 3DS in Japan, the trilogy is finally making the trip overseas later this year.
Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney originally launched as a Japanese-exclusive Game Boy Advance title in 2001, and was later ported to the Nintendo DS in 2005. The misadventures of the rookie DA from the Fey and Co. Law Offices have since found themselves on the WiiWare digital shop, Nintendo 3DS, and the Android and iOS platforms. Phoenix Wright has also found himself in more uncharted waters, with the cross-over title Professor Layton VS. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney.
Earlier this week, Capcom announced that the original Game Boy Advance trilogy will be coming to the US as Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy HD. This digital collection will include Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney, Ace Attorney – Justice for All, and Ace Attorney – Trials and Tribulations. While an official release date has not been announced, Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy HD will be available this Winter through the 3DS eShop, for $29.99.
The Trilogy HD collection originally debuted in Japan last April; this is the 2nd Ace Attorney title for the Nintendo 3DS, following October’s release of Dual Destinies.