The translated collection, which includes both Dai Gyakuten Saiban 1 and 2, is off the heels of the recent Ace Attorney concert, which revealed new localized names for tracks and characters.
The bundle was leaked months ago in a data breach from Capcom, but this summer is much sooner than the summer 2022 window from the leak.
くらえ! #TheGreatAceAttorneyChronicles collects the novel courtroom antics of two previously Japan-only games! Join Phoenix Wright’s ancestor Ryunosuke in thrilling court cases at the turn of the 20th century. Coming to Switch, PS4, and Steam July 27th!
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The localization also features English dubbing, dual audio, costumes, and a series-new feature that allows players to watch the story unfold as the game solves the puzzles and mysteries for you.
Known as Dai Gyakuten Saiban in Japan, the first title was released in August of 2013. Its sequel, Dai Gyakuten Saiban: Naruhodō Ryūnosuke no Bōken, was released in July of 2015. Fans clamored for Capcom to bring the two Japan-only titles overseas for years, with some even going as far as to create and release a high-quality fan translation of the first Dai Gyakuten Saiban.
The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles is not available for pre-order as of writing.
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