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In Today's Phoenix Wright DLC, The Murder Suspect Is... A Whale

If you have ever wanted to pretend to be a lawyer and defend a whale accused of murder, today is the day for you.


OBJECTION!

OBJECTION! Here’s the official launch trailer for Phoenix Wright: Dual Destinies, out today on the 3DS eShop. Whether you’re a series veteran or a newcomer, this game is well worth your time. (Read my full review.)


Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Dual Destinies: The Kotaku Review

A shout. “Hold it!” The camera cuts between stunned faces as everyone waits, sweating, wondering what sort of interjection will shake things up next. This happens so often, you’d think they would be used to it by now.


Learn About Localisation With Capcom And Phoenix Wright

Capcom’s got a great blog post today about the localisation process behind Phoenix Wright: Dual Destinies. “…we’ve labelled him a samurai instead of a rōnin (which are technically a subset of samurai).


This Chinese Actor Should Be Phoenix Wright, Says Chinese Internet

Former Asian teen heartthrob and current all around action movie super star Aaron Kwok has made big waves again on the Chinese blogosphere. This time, the waves have nothing to do with how good or how bad any of his movies are, but instead, about what he looks like in one of his movies.


$30 Price Point Justifies Digital-Only Phoenix Wright 5

Much rabble has been roused about Phoenix Wright: Dual Destinies, the fifth Phoenix Wright game and the first in the series to be digital-only. When it comes out later this year for 3DS, it will be an eShop exclusive. No physical copies.


If You Like The Ace Attorney Series, You'll Like Dual Destinies

Just over a week ago, Ace Attorney: Dual Destinies, the first main series Ace Attorney game in over five years, was released in Japan. And while real time has passed, not much has changed in the world of Ace Attorney. It is still filled with excellent mysteries, crazy characters and over-the-top courtroom drama.


Phoenix Wright DLC Lets You Defend A Whale Charged With Murder

Okay, yes, Phoenix Wright: Dual Destinies isn’t even out in the West yet, so it’s a bit early to talk about DLC, but I mean, a WHALE. Charged with MURDER. Come on.


The Next Ace Attorney Lets You Enter Characters' Brains

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney — Dual Destinies is a week away (in Japan). With the return of Phoenix Wright and the first officially numbered game* in six years, the game is looking to be a massive love-fest of everything Ace Attorney.