About this game
Content Rating: Teen
Become Phoenix Wright and experience the thrill of battle as you fight to save your innocent clients in a court of law. Play all 14 episodes, spanning the first three games, in one gorgeous collection
Critic Reviews12 Reviews
Blake Grundman — Apr 09, 2019
Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy is a fantastic chance to explore your inner gumshoe. The amount of content delivered in this package will keep you gleefully badgering witnesses, in glorious HD, for far longer than the price would indicate. However, for those considering a second trip into the courtroom, you may want to consider if you hold high definition visuals at a premium. Lord knows that the game’s stellar writing will show through, regardless of the medium, so just make sure that this case doesn’t slip through your fingers.
Courtney Ehrenhofler — Apr 19, 2019
Phoenix Wright's story and humor stand the test of time, but the graphical upgrades do it no favors. While voiceovers would be appreciated, the sound effects and dialogue are creative enough to make up for it.
Chris Mc — Apr 09, 2019
Even if you’ve already played the first three Ace Attorney games, Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy offers the opportunity to experience all those legal shenanigans on the big screen. And if you’ve never seen Phoenix Wright bluff his way to victory, it’d be criminal to miss out.
Stephanie Sung — Apr 10, 2019
With the Phoenix Wright games being a visual novel adventure and relatively easy to learn, it is suitable for a wide range of audiences, even for those who have never held a game controller before. The stories only progress when the player comes to the right conclusions, challenging our intellect and powers of deduction. While the cases may not be long, it is exciting, packed with many twists and turns, and brings you mysteries that make it all worth solving.
Tyler Treese — Mar 04, 2019
Despite a few quibbles that most new players won’t even notice, Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy is an impressive remastering of three of the greatest adventure games ever made. Not only do individual cases come to a satisfying end, but each game ties the individual stories together to create an even richer experience that will leave players in awe. Getting the original trilogy in a single package is not just a great value, but also fitting since it includes all of creator Shu Takumi’s original work on the series. Hopefully, the rest of the franchise and its various spin-offs will make their way to a wider audience next, but this is a great start.
Tristan Ogilvie — Apr 09, 2019
If you’ve never experienced them before, then Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy is an entertainingly compelling collection of courtroom-based visual novels with excellent writing and colourful characters who help paper over game mechanics that can at times be overly rigid and illogical. However, if you’ve already played these games – perhaps even more than once already – then there’s very little incentive to take this collection into your custody.
Roy Woodhouse — Apr 09, 2019
Phoenix Wright is still a fun and engaging experience, and with three games in one, you have a great amount of content to get through. The writing is very good, and if you enjoy story-driven narratives, this is certainly one cold case worth examining, especially if you've never investigated it before. It looks great, and while certain improvements such as voiced dialogue and a less complicated location movement system would have strengthed its case, it still offered us lots of fun.
John Cal McCormick — Apr 09, 2019
Phoenix Wright has finally made his debut on a PlayStation console in the form of the Ace Attorney Trilogy, and you'll have absolutely no objections from us. This collection of three brilliant games is well worth the attention of adventure game fans, visual novel aficionados, or budding lawyers. The mind-bending, labyrinthine murder plots are far-fetched but engaging, the writing is consistently pithy and amusing, and the characters you'll meet are charming and unique. It's an open and shut case – Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy rocks.
John-Paul Jones — Apr 08, 2019
A confident revamp of Phoenix Wright's earliest legal adventures, the Ace Attorney Trilogy is a cleverly constructed hybrid of logical conundrums and visual novel beats that combine to make one of the most accessible and gleefully silly puzzlers the PS4 has seen in quite sometime.
Mike Reyes — Apr 09, 2019
Si nunca has tocado un juego de Ace Attorney en tu vida, ésta es la mejor excusa para que por fin le des una oportunidad; te aseguró que no te arrepentirás de darle una oportunidad. Por otro lado y si eres fan es muy probable que disfrutes la trilogía bastante; sólo ten en cuenta que no ofrece nada nuevo que no hayas visto ya.
Ayden_ — Apr 09, 2019
Avec ses 14 affaires palpitantes, sa mise en scène remarquable et son écriture excellente, Phoenix Wright : Ace Attorney Trilogy se montre accrocheur du début à la fin. Le confort de la haute définition est indéniable et met en avant une direction artistique de qualité, sublimée par des personnages loufoques aux expressions marquées. Les puristes regretteront, peut-être, l'aspect trop "propre" des graphismes lissés (qui mettent moins en valeur l'animation d'époque) mais cela tient du détail. La licence reste une valeur sûre et si vous aimez les retournements de situation, vous allez être servis !
Francesco Serino — Apr 09, 2019
L'unico vero problema di questa tre giochi in uno è che, come con le migliori serie tv, può venirti anche la perversa voglia di giocarteli tutti di fila, rischiando così di ritrovarsi spompati a metà tragitto. Andateci piano, teneteveli lì centellinandoli come un prezioso tesoro, capitolo fondamentale nella storia moderna del videogioco giapponese. È sempre bello quando classici di questa caratura approdano su nuove piattaforme, rimanendo così a portata di mano di chi già li ha amati, e tra le fauci di nuovi curiosi appassionati stanchi dei soliti sparammazza.