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Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trials and Tribulations

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Nintendo Download - 2/15/10: New Game Downloads for Wii and Nintendo DSi Pack a Presidential Punch

Nintendo has a pretty decent lineup going on for the Nintendo Download this week, as Phoenix Wright Ace Attorney: JUSTICE FOR ALL headlines the offerings on WiiWare, and just in time for the release of Ace Attorney Investigations: Miles Edgeworth, which comes out tomorrow. Granted, it probably would have been better, chronologically speaking, had Trials and Tribulations and that fifth case from the original game come out as well, but I'd rather not wait. Joining Phoenix on WiiWare are the puzzle game Art of Balance and something of a stealth-based combat game in WarMen Tactics. DSiWare has an interesting new title from Nintendo called Spotto!, whose premise reminds me of Bomberman. There is also Scrabble, Prehistorik Man, Spaceball: Revolution, and Real Soccer 2010. Finally, just one release in the Virtual Console space, though it's a long-awaited one: Sonic & Knuckles. And yes, it will "Lock-On" with Sonic 2 and 3, if you have either or both downloaded. For full details, check out the press release after the cut. Read More


Media: Take That! The Phoenix Wright Trilogy Heads to WiiWare in Early 2010

As we learned earlier this week, the rumor is true that Capcom is bringing the Ace Attorney series to WiiWare. And as Capcom has now revealed, the games are coming out in North America and Europe early next year as well. While the European dates are unknown, the first game will come to North America in January, with Justice for All in March and Trials and Tribulations in May, each for 1,000 Wii Points. May will also bring the bonus fifth case from the DS version for 100 Wii Points. One would be remiss to not mention that each game finally has multiple save slots. Learn more about it in the press release after the cut, then check out our gallery, which has 58 images, including screens and new art of Phoenix and friends swinging Wii Remotes. Read More


Phoenix Wright Remake Confirmed for WiiWare

Didn't believe in the rumors that the Phoenix Wright series was heading to home consoles? Well TAKE THAT! Famitsu has confirmed that the series, known in Japan as Gyakuten Saiban, will be ported to WiiWare, starting this year. The original, Ace Attorney, will be released on WiiWare December 15 for 900 Wii Points. Justice for All will be coming next on January 26, while Trials and Tribulations will release on February 23, both at 1200 Wii Points. Finally, the bonus DS-exclusive mission in the original game will be released as DLC on March 16, priced at 300 Wii Points. Read More


My Games This Weekend - 09.25.09

Still waiting on some paychecks to arrive, so unfortunately, the double-dose of joy that is Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story and Scribblenauts continues to elude me. But other than being anxious to try them out, I'm not too bothered, as I have a nice backlog to work through until then. I just finished Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney: Trials and Tribulations earlier this week, but I want a small break before I jump into Apollo Justice. I have Yoshi's Island DS and Sonic Chronicles to play through, as well as Castlevania: Order of Ecclesia to tackle, though my wife is busy on that one. The New Super Mario Bros. Wii buzz from earlier this week has me wanting to play that, so I'll probably do so. I'm also craving No More Heroes and Crackdown. Maybe my schedule will allow me to get in some time with those as well. So, those are my games this weekend. What are yours? Read More


My Games This Weekend - 09.04.09

Ah, another weekend. I still need to write my impressions of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Turtles in Time Re-Shelled, and would have done so last weekend, but the WWE Smackdown vs. Raw 2010 preview (hint, hint) took far more of my time than I had anticipated. And there's still more to come on that front, too! Aside from that, as I alluded to earlier, I may try to swing No More Heroes into my plans somewhere, but my big plans involve using some coupons I received to see G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra. And for that, I think I'm going to put Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney: Trials and Tribulations on hold so I can finish Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time, as Bowser's Inside Story is only a little over a week away. So, those are my games this weekend. What are yours? Read More


My Games This Weekend - 08.21.09 - The Biggest Party of the Summer

As Ken mentioned a couple of weeks ago, I get to head out tomorrow to go check out THQ's latest contribution to the video game side of sports-entertainment, WWE Smackdown vs. Raw 2010. And while I'm there, I get to check out the "Biggest Party of the Summer," SummerFestSlam. But I'm really looking forward to the game, especially after seeing the following announcement trailer. If you didn't catch it before, well, I'm not going to go into why, but let's just say that this one feels like a perfect fit: As for the trip itself? My DS is going to be my traveling partner, of course, and I think I'm going to see if I can finish off Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney: Trials & Tribulations. So, those are my games this weekend; what are yours? Read More


Ace Attorney Investigations Born Out of Desire for More Action

Fans of the Ace Attorney series have long wanted to play as Phoenix Wright's rival and ally, Miles Edgeworth. But with Ace Attorney Investigations: Miles Edgeworth, what they got was not exactly what they had expected. Mercury News had the opportunity to speak with the game's Producer, Motohide Eshiro, about what is no doubt the most unique entry to date in the Ace Attorney franchise. "During the product development of Trials and Tribulations, I got an idea," he explained. "I wanted to create a new series, which has a taste of the previous series, but with more action element, which ended up being Miles Edgeworth." I never imagined Edgeworth being a "man of action," as it were, but apparently it works on some level. Read More


My Games This Weekend - 07.31.09 - More Trials and Tribulations

I've been playing quite a bit of Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney: Trials & Tribulations lately, thanks to you kind people steering me in that direction. I just wrapped up Case 3 a few nights ago, and I was pretty much on fire during that one. Now, I'm on Case 4, and I've got this cool guy named Diego Armando (pictured at right)helping me out. He seems familiar, but I can't quite put my finger on it. Interestingly enough, I imagine him talking in a sort of Phil Hartman voice. Strangely, that's also the same sort of voice I imagine that jerk Godot using. Go figure. Ah well, I'm sure it will all come to me in time. If I get through that, I may take a brief sabbatical from the courtroom to pursue Castlevania: Order of Ecclesia, which some of you may recall was my alternate choice when trying to figure out what to play next. I've also got a few days left on a borrowed copy of New Play Control! Pikmin, which I've been enjoying thus far. The pointer controls feel like they make all the difference in the world. So, those are my games for this weekend; what are yours? Anyone going for a ride with Marvel vs. Capcom 2? Read More


My Games Last Weekend - 06.29.09

Well, I'm sorry to say that I didn't get to play as much Ghostbusters over the weekend as I would have liked. In lieu of continuing the two-player file my wife and I have going, I instead decided to stretch out and replay some of the first chapter solo. Found it a tad bothersome that you can't use anything they haven't instructed you in yet, but still fun. You're bustin' ghosts in almost no time, anyway. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney: Trials and Tribulations continues to move along as well, but truth be told, I wound up spending most of my time under the Ghostbusters influence, but in a different way. Finally got a hold of the training manual and such for West End's 23-year old Ghostbusters role-playing game. Fun, funny stuff. I can't wait to play it with some old friends on my next trip home. So, those were my games this weekend; what were yours? Read More


My Games This Weekend - 06.26.09 - Who You Gonna Call?

When you need a game... to play this weekend... who you gonna call? Indeed, the USPS-Canada Post connection sure took it's sweet time, but the game finally came. The wife and I gave co-op a try last night, and I have to admit, I'm rather enjoying Ghostbusters thus far. We've just completed the first mission, and we're looking at giving it another go soon, perhaps later tonight. Playing on the Wii took a little bit of getting used to, but once I adjusted to moving the Wii Remote to turn, it was smooth sailing from there. Read More


My Game This Weekend - 06.19.09

For my games this weekend, I get a special treat. Well, special for me, anyway. I've got a couple of Nintendo's New Play Control! titles on loan in Mario's Power Tennis and Pikmin. I've already given MPT a go, and it's not too bad. That means that I now have my eyes set on Pikmin to see how that fares versus the GameCube version of the title, which I have around here somewhere. I hear the interface is quite the improvement. I know I've said I'd review Donkey Kong Jungle Beat, but finding the time lately has been difficult. Hopefully I can get something up soon, but in the meantime, I'll just say: Get it. For $30, it's hard to beat the price (see what I did there?), and while different in a number of ways from the GameCube original, it definitely hits all the right notes. Also, I'll likely try to squeeze in a bit of Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney: Trials and Tribulations. That, and the usual Animal Crossing: City Folk. I'm beginning to strongly dislike the wearing-down of grass, though; my town's starting to look like an old-west desert town. With trees. So, those are my games this weekend. What are yours? Read More


My Game This Weekend - 06.12.09 - Vacations and Tribulations

After last week's E3 coverage, I need a break. So this weekend, the wife and I are getting out of the house to enjoy a little time away. As a result, it appears that my game time this weekend will be relegated to my Nintendo DS (he ol' Phat version), and some quality time unraveling the secrets of Mask De*Masque in Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney: Trials & Tribulations. Assuming I have time for it, that is. I might bring along a little Mario as well, possibly New Super Mario Bros., as Nintendo's showing has given me a bit of a craving. As for the wife, I get the feeling she'll have my PSP in tow, playing her recently-downloaded Final Fantasy VII. So, that's my game(s?) this weekend; what are yours? Read More


My Games Last Weekend - 05.18.09

So, last Friday, I put the ball in you guys' court and asked what game I should slap into my good old DS Phat next. And the winner was Castlevania: Order of Ecclesia... ...but not before I left to go see Star Trek on Saturday. So I wound up starting on Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney: Trials and Tribulations instead, and have gotten a ways into the first case. Sorry folks, but if it makes you feel any better, my wife has been playing Super Castlevania IV and talking about Symphony of the Night lately, and she might take that one up while I have the courtroom occupied. Elsewhere, I went ahead and downloaded the original Legend of Zelda on the Virtual Console, as I've had a hankering for the oldschool top-down fun. And now with Majora's Mask gracing the VC, I may have to turn my sights to that soon. I have every other Zelda on VC (except Ocarina of Time, which I have on not one, but two GameCube discs), so I may as well round out the set. Read More


My Games This Weekend - 05.15.09 - The "You Tell Me What to Play" Edition

So, here's the deal. My games this weekend? More of the usual fare, such as Animal Crossing: City Folk and Donkey Kong Jungle Beat, maybe a little Virtual Console... while I'm at home. The thing is, I actually expect to be out and about quite a bit over the weekend, so that means that my DS is going into the pouch on my belt and riding with me. But what do I play? I have three great games which I received around Christmas, three great games which I've yet to touch: Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney: Trials & Tribulations, Castlevania: Order of Ecclesia, and Yoshi's Island 2. A tough roster to pick one from. So that's where you come in: Reply in the comments, and tell me where I should start. Whatever has the most votes before I step out the door is what I'll take with me on my travels, and perhaps talk about on Monday (assuming anyone cares). Read More


More Miles Edgeworth: Perfect Prosecutor Info

Last week, we added to our gallery several images from the website for "Gyakuten Kenji," which translates into "Turnabout Kenji," but may be more affectionately known to fans here unofficially as "Miles Edgeworth: Perfect Prosecutor." However, being in Japanese, all the information from the site was of no real avail to us... that is, until now. Read More


Ace Attorney Producer to Announce Something "Exciting" in April

With Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney: Trials and Tribulations released last October, and Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney hitting shelves just last month, could Capcom be poised to announce a fifth installment in the series? From the same company that until recently released multiple Mega Man games annually, it may not be all that surprising. Ace Attorney Producer Minae Matsukawa revealed in her latest and last Apollo Justice blog that she would "share a little bit about the future of the Ace Attorney series," revealing that in April, there will be a special orchestra concert event in Japan, at which they will make "an exciting announcement." While it could always be something else, a fifth Ace Attorney game seems the most likely, as that would certainly excite a number of people, and seems to most directly involve the "future of the series." But, until we hear more, the "fifth title" part of this remains classified as "rumor." Read More