Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney Trilogy Is Discounted On Launch Day

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Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney Trilogy is now available for PC and consoles. If you want to play it on PC, you can save 18% on your Steam key at Fanatical. This deal lets you get three great Nintendo DS/3DS remasters for only $41.50, down from $50. Steam Deck owners will be happy to learn that the compilation is officially verified for the handheld.

Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney Trilogy

A spin-off from Capcom’s main Phoenix Wright series of legal thrillers, Apollo Justice follows the titular rookie lawyer as he takes on seemingly impossible cases and cracks the contradictions in witness testimonies when they take the stand in court.

This is a pretty chunky collection of courtroom dramas, made up of 16 episodes–14 original cases and two previously DLC-only special episodes–spread across three games. Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney, Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Dual Destinies, and Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Spirit of Justice, have all gotten a sharper visual upgrade and there are plenty of extras included in this package that are hard to object to.

The Orchestra Hall allows you to listen to the in-game background music and select orchestral arrangements, the Art Library is a collection of fine art, and you can use the Animation Studio to recreate your favorite scenes from the available character animations.

For those interested in a physical edition of Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney Trilogy, multiple major retailers currently have the Nintendo Switch edition in stock for $50. The physical edition is only available for Switch at this time. You can buy the Switch version of Apollo Justice at Amazon, Best Buy, and Walmart.

Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney Trilogy is the third compilation of Phoenix Wright games for modern platforms. You can grab the original Phoenix Wright Trilogy for as low as $30. Meanwhile, The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles ($40) compiles two entries in the series that had previously been exclusive to Japan.

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