- Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Dual Destinies
- Capcom VP explains why Ace Attorney: Dual Destinies is eShop only, Japanese demo now available
Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Dual Destinies
Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Dual Destinies Box Art Reclaimed"--a preface to the cases of Dual Destines--on the Nintendo eShop on the Nintendo 3DS.2017 con figlio di d alessio ptv sports live online
Dual Destinies takes the main series to the Nintendo 3DS for the first time, preceded by the title Professor Layton vs. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney. Phoenix Wright returns as the main protagonist, and his design has been changed to reflect his maturation and greater sense of comfort compared to his last cases as a lawyer eight years prior. A port for the iOS platform was released in Japan on August 7, as an episodic package with all content from the 3DS version being present including the Japan-exclusive quiz downloadable content. It was released in North America and Europe a week later on August 14, The development team for the game was similar to that of Ace Attorney Investigations: Miles Edgeworth and Gyakuten Kenji 2 ; Motohide Eshiro returned as producer, Takeshi Yamazaki was the scenario director, and the soundtrack was composed by Noriyuki Iwadare. Yamazaki took over the role of series creator Shu Takumi , who was at that time busy working on Professor Layton vs.
It is the fifth main entry in the Ace Attorney series, and was originally released for the Nintendo 3DS in , with iOS and Android versions following in and The game is set around a year after the previous game, Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney , in a time where the court system has entered a dark era of false charges and fabricated evidence, caused in part by the event that led to Phoenix being unjustly disbarred. The player takes the roles of three defense attorneys Phoenix Wright , Apollo Justice and Athena Cykes, who defend their clients in multiple cases and try to restore confidence in the courts. The gameplay is split into investigation sections, where the player searches for evidence and talks to witnesses, and trials, where they search for inconsistencies between witness testimonies and the evidence. The player can use some character-specific gameplay mechanics: Phoenix can see "psyche-locks" over witnesses who are hiding something; Apollo can spot visual cues in witnesses that indicate lying; and Athena can detect conflicting emotions in witnesses' voices. Due to the game being made a long time after Apollo Justice , the developers wanted it to make a big impact, and came up with the idea of the player working to revive the trial system. As it was the first Ace Attorney game on the Nintendo 3DS, the developers made use of 3D graphics; they focused on preserving the look of the earlier Ace Attorney games' 2D art, and wanted to ensure that the graphics looked better than those in the simultaneously developed Professor Layton vs.
Capcom VP explains why Ace Attorney: Dual Destinies is eShop only, Japanese demo now available