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Ace Attorney Set for WiiWare

Capcom plans WiiWare versions of first three Gyakuten games.

 
Phoenix Wright does not object to this news.

Wii's Virtual Console service doesn't cover portable games, but that won't be much of an issue for Gyakuten Saiban (aka Ace Attorney) fans shortly. Famitsu reveals this week that Capcom will be bringing classic entries in the series to WiiWare.

The magazine reports that the first entry in the series, Gyakuten Saiban Yomigaeru Gyakuten (Phoenix Wright Ace Attorney), will be offered on December 15 at 900 WiiPoints. It will be followed by Gyakuten Saiban 2 (Justice For All) on January 26 and Gyakuten Saiban 3 (Trials and Tribulations) on February 23, each at 1,200 WiiPoints.

The Yomigaeru Gyakuten (Rise from the Ashes) scenario that was added to the DS version of the original Gyakuten Saiban, will also be offered as a 300 WiiPoint download on March 16. The initial WiiWare download of the original does not include this scenario (this is presumably why it's priced lower than the other two games).

The Ace Attorney series also includes a fourth DS entry and the Gyakuten Kenji (Ace Attorney Investigations) spinoff. WiiWare versions of these two have not been announced.

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