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At the Tokyo Game Show, Capcom showed off Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney with 3DS and the character’s Japanese voice actor. We’ve posted the relevant recordings below.

Capcom released the first trailer for the new 3DS version of Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney, due out later this year in the west and Japan. View it below.

A few days ago, Capcom announced that Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney is on the way to 3DS. Like the last few Ace Attorney games, it’s digital only in North America. Capcom is going all out in Japan, however.

Amazon provides a look at the Japanese boxart for Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney on 3DS. Unsurprisingly, it’s pretty identital to the DS original.

Aside from the standard game, Capcom is preparing the Ace Attorney 1 – 6 Premium Edition pack. Priced at 150,000 yen ($1,365), it contains all six main Ace Attorney games, an Ace Attorney 4 mini soundtrack CD, an original box, a set of 15 postcards, a box for those postcards signed by art director Takuro Fuse, a sheet signed by Ace Attorney designer Shu Takumi and a 7 gram pure gold memorial plate. The bundle is exclusive to E-Capcom.

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Last week, we reported that Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney was rated for the 3DS on a South Korean media ratings board. Well, Capcom has announced that they are bringing Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney, to the Nintendo 3DS eShop later this November for $19.99.

For those who aren’t familiar with Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney, the game is the fourth installment in the Ace Attorney series which was released for the DS in 2007. The game also takes place years after the events of the previous series title, Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Trials and Tribulations.

Some unexpected news on the Ace Attorney front today: the South Korean media ratings board has rated Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney for Nintendo 3DS. This would suggest that a port of the DS game is going to be released on the 3DS. The game was ported to iOS and Android devices in December 2016 and received higher resolution graphics in the process, so it’s possible that the 3DS version would be based on that one.

Of course, this is not an official announcement just yet, but in most cases a game being rated by an age rating agency is indicative of an upcoming release. We will keep you updated.

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