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When Nintendo said the next Ace Attorney game would be "totally different", they weren't kidding.
Team Fortress characters in Ace Attorney's courtroom sure is one of the weirder Gmod mashups. YouTuber TFHK's video has almost all the Team Fortress 2 classes represented and yet it still somehow makes sense, even though it's just for laughs.
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.)
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.
For the longest time I've watched trailers for the upcoming Phoenix Wright. It's been good and all, but it's just not the same when you can't hear the 'OBJECTION' we've come to know and love. Now Nintendo World Report has posted a 16 minute hands on with the English version of the game. I need this in my life!
Here in the United States, we've seen English releases of every Ace Attorney game to date — except for one. Ace Attorney Investigations 2, the sequel to the spinoff that put you in the prosecuting pants of the stylish Miles Edgeworth (as opposed to Phoenix Wright, the hotshot lawyer who stars in most of the Ace Attorney games), never made it to the West in any form.