Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy HD Coming to iOS Devices on May 30th

Will be available for iOS devices at the end of the month

Posted By | On 24th, May. 2013

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iOS users can finally get to play the Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy HD on May 30th.

The trilogy will feature enhanced retina displays for each of the three games along with unique social features on the iOS devices.

Users will have an option to either play the first two cases in the first game for free as a demo or they can buy the rest of the game for $5.99. The rest of the two titles will cost $6.99 each. However, if you wish to enjoy all the three DS titles in HD on your shiny new iOS 5.0 device then you may do so by paying $16.99 for the whole Trilogy package.

Capcom hasn’t mentioned anything about an Android version/port of the Trilogy.

Let us know if you’re going to be buying Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy HD when it comes out at the end of the month in the comments below.

Check back on GamingBolt for more updates.


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