The sixth main game in the Ace Attorney series, Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Spirit of Justice, is now available to download from the Nintendo eShop for $29.99. It is a digital-only game, so make sure you have enough room on your SD card if you plan on playing it.
Spirit of Justice divides the gameplay between Phoenix Wright, who has traveled to the distant land of Khura’in, and Apollo Justice, who remains back at the home office, and tells an exciting new Ace Attorney story.
Capcom also announced the specifics of how Spirit of Justice’s DLC would be handled, which was previously unknown.
First, the costume DLC is available now and will be free until September 14. This DLC pack includes three costumes, one for each of the lawyers. Phoenix Wright’s costume is “The Tiger,” based on Trials & Tribulations character Furio Tigre, Apollo Justice’s is “School Days,” his flashback uniform in Dual Destinies, and Athena Cykes’s is “Trés Bien,” the waitress uniform from Trials & Tribulations.
If you miss the September 14 deadline, you’ll still be able to buy the costumes, but the pack will cost $0.99. Still not a bad price if you want to see the main characters in some nostalgic outfits.
Next, the short episode Phoenix Wright: Asinine Attorney will be released along with a 3DS theme on September 15 for $3.99.
Second, the short episode Apollo Justice: Asinine Attorney will be released along with a 3DS theme on September 22 for $3.99.
Finally, the full-length case Turnabout Time Traveler will be released on September 29 for $5.99.
The two “Asinine Attorney” cases are short stories (although they include gameplay) that feature additional returning characters. Meanwhile, Turnabout Time Traveler is the size of a full Ace Attorney case, with two investigation days and two trial days.
Are you going to play (or perhaps you’ve already begun) Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Spirit of Justice? If so, are you interested in the DLC? Which of the three DLC cases interests you the most?
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