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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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The Ace Attorney anime ran through its full 24-episode season last year. For those with Steam accounts, it’s now available for purchase. The entire season will cost you $8.16, but individual episodes are priced at $0.49.

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney and Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Justice For All were adapted for last year’s anime. A-1 Pictures handled production of the show.

Capcom has been announcing collaborations for Monster Hunter XX left and right. One of the biggest partnerships, featuring Zelda: Breath of the Wild, was revealed on Friday.

Another collaboration that went under the radar involves Ace Attorney. The DLC will have an early release between March 18 and March 20. Players can partake in an event quest, which provides a special felyne weapon and costume.

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An Ace Attorney novel, Turnabout Idol, arrived in Japan this past summer. A new one now appears to be in the works.

Amazon Japan is listing Turnabout Airport as a sequel to the previous novel. In it, Apollo is arrested for the murder of a politician.

Mie Takase is returning as the book’s writer. Takase also has experience working on novelizations of games like Kirby and Fire Emblem.

Ace Attorney – Turnabout Airport is currently scheduled for February 15 in Japan.

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Lots of game series are celebrating notable anniversaries this year, including Ace Attorney. Capcom’s franchise turned 15 in October.

To celebrate, new images from some of the Ace Attorney artists have been created, which we have below. The lineup is as follows from left to right: Tatsurou Iwamoto, Takuro Fuse, Tatsurou Iwamoto, Kazuya Nuri.

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It was announced earlier in the year that Phoenix Wright is getting his own figma. Today, it received a release window, and we also have a proper look at the design.

You’ll be able to get your hands on the¬†Phoenix Wright figma in May. Pre-orders are now open at Play-Asia, AmiAmi, and Good Smile. Pricing is set at around $65.

Here’s a closer look at the Phoenix Wright figma:

At the Tokyo Game Show earlier today, Capcom hosted three Nintendo-centric stage shows. Monster Hunter Stories, Ace Attorney, and Megami Meguri were each featured at the expo. Recordings for each can be found below.

During a stage show at TGS, Capcom showed a special 15th anniversary video for Ace Attorney which takes a look back at the series. It’s now been published online, and we have it below.

When Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Spirit of Justice launched on the eShop this week, new 3DS themes were also made available. You can get a close look at them below.

The Ace Attorney anime series has been going on for several weeks, and Crunchyroll has been airing it with English subtitles. However, in the future, Funimation will offer a dubbed version. This comes as part of a new partnership with Crunchyroll.

When exactly we’ll be seeing the Ace Attorney anime in English is unknown. We’ll keep you posted on future updates.

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