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The Great Ace Attorney 2 is featured in this week’s issue of Famitsu with some new coverage. Specifically, the magazine covers the game’s second case. Read the latest information from Famitsu below, courtesy of Court Records.

– The victim of this case was a fellow lodger staying in the Garridebs’ apartment like Souseki
– The two were known to get into arguments over the finer points of Shakespeare
– Souseki made the tea that seems to have poisoned the victim
– When Souseki found his body, he was arrested
– Souseki insists the place is cursed, which is part of what gets Holmes to take the case
– Dusting for fingerprints is in the game by way of some of Holmes’ inventions
– Decago is one of the witnesses in the trial
– Ryuunosuke spots him during the investigation trying to peer into the flat (which is impressive given the windows are bricked up)
– At the AA 15th anniversary concert, a video showing motion capture for a tap-dancing character was shown
– The article mentions that this case takes place “before Souseki returns to Japan”

As a small aside, we’ve attached some new art for The Great Ace Attorney 2 below.

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System: Switch
Release date: May 26, 2017
Developer:: Capcom
Publisher: Capcom


Chances are nowadays that when you talk to someone about fighting games, one of the first titles to come to mind is Street Fighter. The series has spanned decades, with 2017 marking its 30th anniversary which is further celebrated with the updated release of one of the most seminal fighting games of all time, Street Fighter II. Before the imminent release of Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers on Switch, the game had already returned many times in the past. To some this may seem excessive, but for the most hardcore of Street Fighter fans, it’s a way to continually preserve the history of one of the most successful fighting game franchises of all time, as well as one of the most important titles in the series. However you look at it, Ultra Street Fighter II has a lot to love about it if you’re an avid Street Fighter fan, but may leave a lot to be desired to those looking to jump in for the first time or have casually spent time with the series over the last three decades.

The first handful of Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers began to surface today now that the game’s embargo has lifted. We’ve compiled some of these verdicts below.

Nintendo Everything – Hand Sideways
USgamer – 3 / 5
Destructoid – 7 / 10
Gamereactor – 5 / 10
Nintendo Life – N/A
NintendoWorldReport – N/A
Shacknews – 5 / 10
GameXplain – N/A
Eurogamer – “Avoid”

The Great Ace Attorney 2 web commercial

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Capcom readied a web commercial to promote The Great Ace Attorney 2 in Japan. It may not contain much in the way of new footage, but the ad itself is new. View it below.

Update: Added in more comparison videos below.


Ultra Street Fighter II features two graphical styles in one that players can choose from. In the video below, Nintendo World Report compares the two with Guile’s stage.

V Jump has offered lengthy gameplay of Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers. View the video below for 20 minutes of footage.

The latest episode of Capcom TV was hosted this week. This new episode contained footage of Ultra Street Fighter II and Monster Hunter XX while also showcasing Megami Meguri’s update. View the full recording below.

Nintendo UK uploaded a brief promo / commercial for Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers under the name “Relive The Legend”. View it below.

Here are a few screenshots and art pieces from the Garo DLC in Monster Hunter XX. Check them all out below.

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We have a bunch of new footage to share for Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers. Six videos in total are posted below. They show off “Buddy Battle”, “Versus”, “Color Editor”, “Way of the Hado”, and “Gallery”.

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