Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney GBA Trilogy Heading to 3DS

"Take that!" and so forth.

Posted By | On 22nd, Jan. 2014

Phoenix Wright Ace Attorney Dual Destinies

Had fun with Phoenix Wright: Dual Destinies on the 3DS? Get your gavel out again because Capcom has announced that Level-5 will be bringing the original Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney games to the 3DS. The trio of titles originally released on the Game Boy Advance and were subsequently ported over to the DS so this will mark their third release.

According to Famitsu, all three games will be part of a compilation titled Ace Attorney 123: Wright Selection and will release for the 3DS on April 17th. Interestingly, though no Western release has been announced, there is an English option for players. Odd? Sure. But it at least means that if localization does eventually happen, it won’t take very long.

Despite their age, all three games were critically acclaimed. Will you be picking up the collection for 3DS? Let us know in the comments below. Feel free to pepper them with plenty of “Objection!” shouts.

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