3DS Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney: Dual Destinies Launch Trailer

It really does seem like some considerable time ago since we last had a Phoenix Wright title for the 3DS but the wait is almost over for Dual Destinies and here's the very first trailer.

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Dual Destinies sees the return of courtroom hero Phoenix Wright. Set eight years since his last appearance in the courts, the first case in Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Dual Destinies sees the action start in a destroyed court room. It's down to Phoenix Wright and his team at the Wright Anything Agency to discover the cause of the destruction. Players will have to battle it out in court against Gaspen Payne, the younger brother of Winston Payne from previous Ace Attorney titles, as they defend the accused.

The much loved gameplay and features from previous titles in the series are for the first time in stunning 3D, bringing the trials to life and putting players directly in the heart of the action. Players will need to investigate crime scenes to uncover clues before heading to court and presenting evidence, challenging witnesses and unraveling the truth behind each of the cases.

Joining Phoenix is the young attorney Apollo Justice and his new Assistant Attorney Athena Sykes, whose unique ability to psychoanalyze witnesses introduces a brand new element to proceedings. Using Athena's 'Mood Matrix' players can detect the emotional state of a witness and judge whether they're surprised, angry, happy or sad. By comparing this feeling with the evidence the witness is giving players can point out contradictions between their emotions and challenge the testimony.

The first case in Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Dual Destinies sees events begin in a destroyed court room and it's down to Phoenix and his team at the Wright Anything Agency to discover the cause of the destruction. Players will have to battle it out in court against Gaspen Payne, as they defend the accused Juniper Wood.

Further episodes will continue to test players' abilities to uncover evidence, expose witness inconsistencies and ultimately ensure justice is done.

Posted on 25-10-2013 by Andrew

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