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Phoenix Wright is no stranger to iOS devices. The first game in the series has been available on iTunes for quite some time. Starting next week, however, you will be able to download the first three games, upgraded in HD.
The trilogy will be free to download, giving players access to the first game's first two cases for free. To get the rest of the cases for the first game, it will cost you $5.99, and then the second and third games will cost $6.99 each. You can also just buy all three at once for $16.99.
The game will also have updated visuals, and have been retooled slightly to accommodate the exclusively touch-screen interface.
The HD Trilogy will be available on May 30, which is a bit later than the Fall 2012 release date originally promised. Phoenix Wright's May 30 digital download release coincides with another Capcom hero who also happens to wear blue.
[Source: Capcom Unity]
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This, but no Gyakuten Kenji 2? WTF CAPCOM.
Kind of steep, and I don't think the series would benefit much from HD, but I would totally buy this for my Windows Phone (throw us a bone, Capcom). I love me some Phoenix Wright.
Objection Your Honor! Real gamers don't play their games on IOS devices!
Therefore, Capcom is guilty for being a bunch of *****!
I'd take a BlackBerry version. Until then, I'm happy with the DS ones.
I've played the original Phoenix Wright, but not the sequels, so I guess this is a good time to check them out.
Eh,would rather just buy the originals on ds..really should.
Got really excited until I read it's only on iOS.
ds > ios.
Honestly, the first time I ever played was on a friend's iPod Touch. My life has never been the same since!
Igi ari! Bring the HD remakes to 3DS and we're still waiting for Ace Attorney Investigations 2.
I might have to look into this soon. I want to get into the Ace Attorney series, so this should be a nice way of getting into it. Now, I just need some iTunes money...