Capcom just released a new gameplay trailer for The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles. The new video showcases the traditional gameplay of the series with a couple of new twists.
All rise for the new trailer for The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles! The new trailer offers a closer look at The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles' core gameplay mechanics.
All the usual suspects appear in the video: some traditional Ace Attorney courtroom and investigation sequences with an additional sprinkling of the two new gameplay occurrences: "Summation Examination" and "Dance of Deduction".
The players will receive the official summons to the court when The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles releases in North America and Europe on July 27. Fans will be able to present their cases on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 and PC (via Steam).
The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles will follow the life courtroom adventures of one Ryunosuke Naruhodo, an aspiring Japanese attorney and an ancestor of the courtroom legend himself, Phoenix Wright.
Ryunosuke will get to the bottom of the mysteries behind 10 high-stakes cases set in the late 19th century during Japan’s Meiji Period and England’s Victorian Era. Phoenix' ancestor will not be alone in his quest: he will have help from his legal aid Susato Mikatoba and London’s great detective Herlock Sholmes.
The core gameplay you know and love will return, along with some new additions. Ryunosuke will be able to team up with the great sleuth Sholmes and do the "Dance of Deduction". The steps of the dance include correcting Sholmes' judgments so you can get to the real truths hiding below the surface.
"Summation Examination" will have the players on their toes as they will have the power to point out flaws and discrepancies in jurors' statements and move the case forward.
The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles is available to pre-order today on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 and Steam. Pre-order at your own risk, and if the early purchase bonuses hold value to you.
Those who preorder the game will receive the "From the Vaults" bonus which includes a collection of 54 art and music pieces that contains some never-before-released content.