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The folks over at Smosh have once again produced an “honest trailer” for a game. This time, the video focuses on Ace Attorney. Check it out below.

Like in previous years, Capcom will be streaming live from this year’s Tokyo Game Show. The full schedule has been announced, and includes plans for Monster Hunter Stories, Megami Meguri (also playable), and Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney.

The Nintendo-related slots are as follows:

September 17

  • 10:10 to 10:20 – Opening Stage
  • 11:20 to 12:10 – Monster Hunter Stories Pre-Release Special Stage – Featuring Ryozo Tsujimoto (producer), Kenji Oguro (director), Kaname Fujioka (setting director), and guest MAO (Nabiru voice actress). The latest gameplay, plus a talk corner and competition gameplay with Nabiru voice actor MAO. The latest information will also be shared.
  • 14:05 to 14:50 – Megami Meguri Debut Stage – Featuring Ayasa Ito (Tsukumo voice actress) and Yuka Ozaki (Amaterasu voice actress). An introduction to and the latest information on Megami Meguri. The guest voice actresses will share stories from their recording sessions and talk about various things.
  • 15:00 to 15:40 – Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Series 15th Annivesrary Talk and Latest Information Special Stage – Featuring Eshiro Motohide (producer) and guests Takayuki Kondo (Phoenix Wright voice actor) and Kenn (Apollo Justice voice actor). A talk and latest information stage to celebrate the Ace Attorney series’ 15th anniversary. The information segment will be packed with welcome news!
  • 16:50 to 16:55 – Finale

September 18

  • 10:15 to 10:25 – Opening Stage
  • 14:10 to 15:00 – Monster Hunter Stories Pre-Release Special Stage – Featuring Ryozo Tsujimoto (producer), Kenji Oguro (director), Kaname Fujioka (setting director), and guest Ryota Osaka (Cheval voice actor). The latest gameplay, plus a talk corner and competition gameplay with Nabiru voice actor Ryota Osaka. The latest information will also be shared.
  • 16:50 to 16:55 – Finale


Last week, it was discovered that Ace Attorney will be receiving a novel in Japan. A few more tidbits have now emerged – along with the cover.

The novel is confirmed to have illustrations by Kikuyaro. Additionally, a summary mentions two decisive witnesses and Yugami/Blackquill as the opposing prosecutor.

The Ace Attorney novel will be released on June 15.

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In honor of Ace Attorney’s 15th anniversary, a Figma (figure) based on Phoenix Wright is on the way. However, Good Smile Company has yet to share a release date or price.

Here’s a look at the work-in-progress model (in addition to the shot above):

We’ll bring you more information on the Phoenix Wright Figma as it becomes available.

A new novel of the Ace Attorney series is coming to Japan on June 15, which goes by the name Gyakuten Saiban – Gyakuten Idol (Ace Attorney – Turnabout Idol).

Here’s a summary:

“An incident happened during a visit to the shopping mall by defense attorney Phoenix Wright! The idol Sumomo Momogaya (not sure about reading) is arrested as a murder suspect. Phoenix becomes her attorney to prove her innocence in court. Finally a novel of the popular game series!!”

Mie Takase, a veteran writer specializing in light novels, has written the Ace Attorney book. Kikuyaro, who has been involved with various Ace Attorney illustration work, is providing illustrations for this piece as well.

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The Ace Attorney anime finally debuted a few hours ago. Now the question is, how long will it run for?

A comment from Capcom’s Shu Takumi indicates that the Ace Attorney anime will be around for half a year. That probably means we can count on a little over 20 episodes.

Here’s a promo video for the second Ace Attorney anime episode by the way:


The Ace Attorney anime will debut in Japan in just a matter of hours. But there’s good news for fans in overseas territories. Specifically, it’s been announced that Crunchyroll has picked up the series.

Crunchyroll members will be able to watch the first Ace Attorney anime episode with English subtitles on April 2 at 7 AM ET / 4 AM PT. That’s just a little while after it airs in Japan. This process will continue each Saturday from here on out.


Today, Capcom opened an official website for the 15th anniversary of the Ace Attorney series. You can find it here.

The site comes with a special message from Ace Attorney managing direct Shu Takumi. That’s posted below, courtesy of Court-Records.

In an interview with 4Gamer, some of the cast and crew of the upcoming Phoenix Wright anime gave more details on the upcoming show. Director Ayumi Watanabe and main game developer Shu Takumi teased that there will be a section of the show that shows Phoenix’s past, based on lines dropped in the first game.

Some other notes from the interview (translated courtesy of Court-Records member Ash):

-Yuki Kaji (Phoenix’s voice actor) was a fan of the games before landing the part
-Both Kaji and Aoi Yuki (Maya’s voice actress) were eager to say the iconic “Objection!”
-This is the first regular role for Masashi Tamaki (Miles Edgeworth’s voice actor)
-Tamaki first tried to do a realistic voice for Edgeworth, but was told to make it more pretention
-Director Watanabe thought the games had already been made into an anime before joining the project
-Developer Shu Takumi sees the series as a “destiny”, since the original game was set in 2016
-Takumi was originally going to leave the series in the hands of the animation team, but was convinced to take a more active role
-Anime will contain many direct references to the games, including using the music

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Another commercial has surfaced for the new Ace Attorney anime. You can give the video a look below.


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