Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy Defends the Switch this April

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The Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy is now available to preload on the Nintendo Switch eShop. The listing for the game shows the file size sitting at a paltry 1.7 GB with two confirmed languages, English and Japanese, with German and French being planned for a post launch update. However, the bigger discovery is that the game will launch fairly soon, on April 9 which is just a couple of months away.

For those who don’t know, the Ace Attorney games have you control Phoenix Wright, a young and up and coming defense attorney who takes on unique cases with even more unique clients. Included in the trilogy are the three classic titles, Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney, Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney − Justice for All and Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney − Trials and Tribulations. Hilarity ensues as Phoenix tries to make sense of his clients, and the case at hand, while dealing with odd characters throughout the series.

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy was originally announced back in September 2018, with Capcom emphasizing that the game will only be released digitally. The first Ace Attorney games launched on the Game Boy Advance in Japan only, and were later ported to the Nintendo DS with a worldwide release. The series went onto become one of the most popular franchises for the Nintendo handled, and it carried over to the 3DS with two more entries, Duel Destines and Spirit of Justice.

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy launches for the Nintendo Switch on April 9.

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Long time fan of video games and writing. Currently working on a compilation of writings to eventually be published as a full book.