Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney for Nintendo 3DS

Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney

Nov 21, 2017
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Developer: Capcom


Experience the popular Ace Attorney series as a rookie lawyer in Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney now on the Nintendo eShop on Nintendo 3DS™! Step into the shoes of a young and passionate Apollo Justice in his early law career as he takes on his first case. With the help of Trucy Wright, a talented magician who is also his assistant, and his level-headed mentor, Kristoph Gavin, the team will seek to reveal the truth in criminal trials. Apollo’s undeniable skills in uncovering lies by analyzing witness' body language and years of invaluable advice from his mentor will be put to test when he faces a dashing rival prosecutor named Klavier Gavin. With special appearances from well-known characters such as Phoenix Wright and Ema Skye, players will have an adventure filled with dramatic cases, jaw-dropping events, and a chance to defend their clients at all costs!

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Trevor GouldDec 22, 2017
The writing is captivating, and the visual updates appreciated. It’s satisfying to finish, yet I was also a bit sad to see the credits roll. It’s made me want to revisit other games in the series. The 3DS had a great 2017, and if you’re a series fan, Apollo Justice is up there with the best releases of the past year. Now, how about bringing Ace Attorney Investigations: Miles Edgeworth (just released on mobile) to Nintendo’s handheld?
Kirstin SwalleyNov 21, 2017
By bringing Apollo Justice to 3DS, every main title in the Ace Attorney series is now readily available to fans looking to dive into court cases on the handheld. Upgraded audio and visuals make this more beautiful than ever, even trumping the work done on the original trilogy’s remake for 3DS.
Ron DelVillanoDec 12, 2017
This rerelease of Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney is an interesting one because it doesn’t really do anything that we didn’t see when it originally came out 10 years ago, but that’s not necessarily a bad thing. Rather than of a rebuilt game with shiny bells and whistles that clutter up the core experience, we’re instead treaded to a faithful rendition with updated visuals for a modern console generation.