The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles for PS4, Switch and PC are rated by Taiwan Digital Game Rating Committee. As discovered by Gematsu, this may indicate that The Great Ace Attorney in 2015 and The Great Ace Attorney 2 in 2017, both of which were only released on the 3DS in Japan, may come to the West – with a full English location – in the near future as a single package.
The Great Ace Attorney series is a spin-off series that takes players to the 1
9th century in Japan’s Meiji period and Britain’s Victorian era. They follow Ryūnosuke Naruhodō, an ancestor of the series’ protagonist Phoenix Wright, who tries to solve trials with characters like Sherlock Holmes.
Alongside The Great Ace Attorney, which was part of the huge Capcom leak from 2020, there was also a review for Tales from the Borderlands for Switch. Last week it was announced that Tales for the Borderlands went on sale for the first time since 2019, and this indicates that a Switch release may be on the way.
However, that’s not all, as there was also a review for a PS5 version of Genshin Impact and Switch versions of Secret Neighbor and SnowRunner.
For more on The Great Ace Attorney, check out our look at how fans took the translation of this series into their own hands after Capcom did not.
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