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Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Spirit of Justice launched this week on the Nintendo eShop for the 3DS, but that doesn’t mean that Capcom are done with the game.

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Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Spirit of Justice launched this week on the Nintendo eShop for the 3DS, but that doesn’t mean that Capcom are done with the game.

Those that purchased the game within the first week of release will soon be able to obtain a free character costume pack. Court veterans will be familiar with the featured attire, including a suit based on infamous loan shark Furio Tigre (from Trials and Tribulations) for Phoenix, a charming school uniform for Apollo, and a familiar waitress outfit from everyone’s favourite French restaurant, Trés Bien, (also from Trials and Tribulations) for Athena. From 14th September the costume pack will be available to purchase separately for £0.89/ €0.99/$0.99.

That’s not all, as the courtroom antics continue throughout September with new DLC released every Thursday. The first two instalments will be short stories ($3.99/£3.59/€3.99 each), and both will include a unique 3DS pixel art theme.

Following these will be a full-length extra episode ($5.99/£5.39/€5.99) called “Turnabout Time Traveller”. More information about these cases will be coming soon,and we’ll let you know when they’re submitted to the Court Records.

Our review for the full game is currently in progress, but you can try out a free Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Spirit of Justice demo that is available on the eShop.


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Despite studying Politics at Undergrad and then War Studies at Master's level, James managed to write multiple essays relating to technology and more importantly video games.