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The Phoenix Wright series has a pretty straight-forward name, but Capcom tried other names like Boogie-Woogie Innocence and Let's Raise Hamsters before landing on Ace Attorney.
These and other details are part of the latest from Did You Know Gaming, which looks at the Ace Attorney series. It explains how the series came together and how it began as a way to train young, new Capcom developers.
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