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Capcom® Entertainment, a leading worldwide developer and publisher of video games, today announced that the latest installment of its highly popular courtroom drama series, Apollo Justice™: Ace Attorney™ is scheduled for release in North America on February 12, 2008. The first Ace Attorney game developed specifically for Nintendo DS™, this is the fourth title in the series and will feature all new characters, including new defense attorney Apollo Justice. Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney has been rated T for Teen by the Entertainment Software Ratings Board (ESRB).

This new chapter to the Ace Attorney series will drop players into the shoes of Apollo Justice, where they’ll make use of his uncanny ability to uncover witnesses’ lies by studying their body language. But as talented as our hero is, he wouldn’t get far without the support of his assistant Trucy, a mysterious female magician. Apollo also receives invaluable advice from Kristoph Gavin, his ultra-cool mentor whose perfect logic and natural instincts have won him numerous cases and the respect of his colleagues.

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User Comments (4)



Big_A2 said:

@1.Objection_Blaster: Is good. I give 9.

There, it's now been reviewed.



Bass_X0 said:

Mmm... Completed this today after four days owning it. I'd give it a 7. Its nowhere near a classic like the original Phoenix Wright games were. Its enjoyable though, but the others were better. The first and fourth chapters did have good stories. Although chapter four was the longest, it still felt kinda short once I reached the end. But I'm still glad to have finally played it.

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