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‘Phoenix Wright Ace Attorney Trilogy HD’ Not Delayed, Coming Next Week Instead

5e5aef276d273ebdab66a99d80d88b57If you can muster the energy to think back to January of 2012 (that is a very long time ago in the mobile world) then you should remember the exciting announcement that Capcom was remastering and rereleasing the original Phoenix Wright Ace Attorney trilogy for iOS. The game was said to be coming “shortly," and while it did indeed launch the following month in Japan, here in America and elsewhere we waited, and waited, and waited some more with no game in sight.

Then the following August, Capcom stated that the game would finally be out in the fall. Again we waited and again Phoenix Wright Ace Attorney Trilogy HD stood us up. This past April, Capcom again broke some news about the game but this time it wasn’t anything good: for reasons unknown the game would be delayed even further with a tentative release for July of this year.

It’s been a long and dramatic road for Phoenix Wright Ace Attorney Trilogy HD, but things are finally looking up as over on the Capcom Unity blog the company surprised everybody and has announced that the game won’t be delayed after all and instead will be showing up in the App Store next week on May 30th. Exciting!


Pricing for Phoenix Wright Ace Attorney Trilogy HD is also rather nice. The game will be free to download and you’ll be able to play the first two cases from the original game Ace Attorney, and if you like it you can unlock the whole original game for $5.99. The other two games in the trilogy, Justice for All and Trials and Tribulations, will be available for $6.99 apiece. Alternatively, you can just buy all three games in their entirety in one fell swoop for a price of $16.99.

Hold on to your briefs as we finally – barring some additional cataclysmic disaster – get our hands on Phoenix Wright Ace Attorney Trilogy HD when it launches next week, and add the game to your TouchArcade (Free) app Watch List to get alerts when more news hits.

[Capcom-Unity via Joystiq]