The Great Ace Attorney Grand Performance Recording on Spotify
First published for 3DS in August of 2017 and later ported to smartphones, The Great Ace Attorney duology was directed by Ghost Trick game designer Shu Takumi. The historical drama, subtitled "The Adventure of Ryunosuke Naruhodo," introduces an ancestor of Phoenix Wright as he studies to become a defense attorney in Meiji Period Japan, near the end of the 19th century.
In The Great Ace Attorney Adventures, the protagonist surreptitiously finds his way to England to further his studies, while training under a world-renowned detective. The sequel, subtitled "The Resolve of Ryunosuke Naruhodo" in Japan, follows Phoenix Wright’s descendent as he investigates criminal accusations leveled against Meiji era novelist and British literary scholar Natsume Soseki.
The music score from The Great Ace Attorney is available for purchase in two parts through Steam, featuring music by Yasumasa Kitagawa, Yoshiya Terayama and Hiromitsu Maeba. The digital album is streaming on Amazon Music Unlimited and Spotify.
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Get ready to cross-examine your opponents and reason your way to justice in The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles, releasing for the first time in North America and Europe on July 27, 2021. The collection tells the story of an ancestor of Phoenix Wright, the protagonist of the iconic Ace Attorney courtroom adventure series.Capcom Japan - Ace Attorney 20th Anniversary Website
In The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles, players take on the role of a defense attorney to track down evidence, argue in court and ensure a just ruling. Featuring newly recorded English voices, The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles includes The Great Ace Attorney: Adventures and The Great Ace Attorney 2: Resolve, both previously only available in Japan.
👉 OBJECTION! 🗯️— Ace Attorney (@aceattorneygame) October 12, 2021
In 2001, the original Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney, a.k.a. Gyakuten Saiban, was released in Japan for the GBA.
HOLD IT! That's... 20 years? YES! 20 years of courtroom chaos, incredible investigations, and unnecessary... feelings.
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