Objection to a Phoenix Wright iOS Trilogy? Overruled!

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Capcom yells out a big “Take that!” to all iOS objectors, announcing that the first three Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney court room adventure games are coming to Apple’s array of mobile devices.

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy HD will be a free download including the first two chapters of Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney as a demo. After that, players will be able to pay to download the full games individually or as a bundle. Justice for All and Trials and Tribulations will be the other two titles featured in the collection, just to be clear.

All three games will feature all content from the original Nintendo DS versions in addition to remastered “HD” graphics and touch/swipe controls optimized for iOS play. A bonus “Everyone Object” mode will also be included as a free app that will enable users to send classic Phoenix Wright sayings, like “Objection!”, “Hold it!”, and “Take that!”, to their friends as animated GIFs via email or Twitter. That functionality will likely be funny at first, and then really annoying really fast.

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy HD will be available for iOS 5.0 devices this fall. Any objections? I didn’t think so…

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