If you’re itching for another tense courtroom battle, then have a bit of patience. We’ve just found out that Capcom has announced the final North American release date for Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney, the fourth game in the Ace Attorney series, and the first game made specifically for Nintendo’s DS handheld.
To know the exact date and to learn about the demos Capcom is offering, read more in the full article.
HOLD IT! Are you Itching for another tense courtroom battle in a world where all trials last a maximum of three days? Then have no fear! Capcom has just announced the final North American release date for the latest Ace Attorney game to capture the hearts of the Japanese.
According to Capcom’s recent press release, Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney, the fourth game in the Ace Attorney series, will be heading to store shelves across America on February 12, 2008! In addition to the usual courtroom hijinks and investigative capers, players will also be able to recreate the scene of the crime to gather more intelligence during the investigative process.
If you’re really getting sleepless waiting to try the game out before it gets released, then you’re also in luck. Capcom has seen fit to offer a demo of the game, either through a flash game which you can play on computers, or as a demo you can download via WiFi through various Nintendo Stations which can be found in various retail locations.
All in all, it certainly sounds like a great way to spread the word that the law is coming back in style. In the meantime, why not play one of the previous games to pass the time?