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May 12, 2016 08:55 AM EDT

'Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney 6' 3DS News & Update: Spirit of Justice Coming September 2016 [TRAILER]

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"Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney 6" is the newest 3DS game of Capcom's highly popular Ace Attorney series. The game is coming to North America and Europe in September of this year. Japanese fans will be the first ones to get their hands on Capcom's newest 3DS game in June. However, the English version of the game will not be a retail release.

"Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney 6" Spirit of Justice Release Dat, Plot, Price, eShop Details

The newest Phoenix Wright game is entitled "Spirit of Justice" and will only be available to Westerners through the eShop, according to Capcom. It retails online for $29.99 and playable through the Nintendo 3DS.

In Spirit of Justice, Phoenix Wright will be heading to the Kingdom of Khura'in. He will discover that the justice system is unlike anything he is used to. The kingdom has no use for lawyers like Phoenix and instead of supporting arguments with evidence; they have to make do with visions and seance as mandated by their law. A royal priestess by the name of Rayfa Padma Khura'in channels the visions and it is up to Phoenix to point out the curious details and contradictions of the priestess visions versus to what really happened during the crime.


Capcom also revealed that Apollo Justice will be in Spirit of Justice but not with Phoenix Wright. Instead, he will be doing his best to hold his own at the Wright Anything Agency.

Game Spot pointed out that Capcom has delivered their promise of giving "Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney 6" an English version release when it was announced during Tokyo Game Show 2015. The website for "Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney 6" or Gyakuten Saiban in Japan is already up.

Are you dissatisfied that the English release of the "Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney 6" game will not be coming in a cartridge? Tell us your thoughts in the comments below.

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