19th Century Attorney: The Great Ace Attorney’s Dilogy Coming To The West For The First Time This Summer
Capcom has announced the Great Ace Attorney Chronicles collection, a dilogy of The Great Ace Attorney games, which is an offshoot of the Ace Attorney series. In the West, these projects will go on sale for the first time.
The events of the sub-series The Great Ace Attorney unfolded in the 19th century. Before you will appear Victorian England and Japan of the Meiji period. The main role is the ancestor of Phoenix Wright named Ryunosuke Naruhodo, who, like his descendant, defends his clients in court.
After studying the rules of the Japanese court, Ryunosuke travels overseas to Europe, where he takes on new cases and a new kind of debate: “While in Japanese cases, the defense and prosecution usually argue before a judge, in the English court system, things are a little different – need to appear before the jury. The jury is not only not passive observers but also raises their own objections and draws their own conclusions. “
Besides, Sherlock Holmes is featured in The Great Ace Attorney. More precisely, in the game itself, his name is Herlock Sholmes. Outside the courtroom, you will need to inspect crime scenes, interview witnesses and suspects. And Sholmes will help in these difficult matters.
The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles will offer several additional features. The Story Mode option allows you to relax and not solve puzzles if you want to watch the story. English voice-overs will also be available in addition to Japanese. Finally, Capcom will add new costumes and art director commentary.
The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles will be released on July 27 on PC, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch.