Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney will see a lot more iOS action in the near future. The original game in the series, once restricted to the Nintendo DS, was made available on the App Store a while back. Now, thanks to Capcom, the full Phoenix Wright trilogy will grace Apple’s portable devices.
Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy HD will launch this fall with a free download broken into future purchases. What do we mean? Here’s Capcom on the launch.
Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy HD will be available for download for free this Fall on iOS devices (iOS 5.0 is required to run the application), with each full game in the trilogy available for purchase individually or as a bundle. The first two chapters of Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney will be available as a free demo.
Download the game and you’ll be able to demo the first two chapters in the first entry of the trilogy.
There’s no word concerning pricing for this package or the individual games within it, but the original Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney has been selling for $4.99.
Going off of that price point, do you think you’d be willing to pay $10 to $15 for these three titles?
For now, dig into the gallery of screenshots offered up by Capcom below.