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Ace Attorney Investigations Collection Releasing September 6

Making its debut during yesterday’s Nintendo Direct presentation, Capcom announced that the Ace Attorney Investigations Collection is slated to release for PC and consoles September 6.

Originally released for the Nintendo DS, this collection includes both Ace Attorney Investigations™: Miles Edgeworth and Ace Attorney Investigations™ 2: Prosecutor’s Gambit.

Improving upon the original releases, both titles will feature new HD visuals that have been created by the original series character designer. Also included in the Ace Attorney Investigations Collection are more fluid character animations alongside richer expressions.

For the purists out there, players can choose to switch between new and classic sprites.

See it for yourself with the reveal trailer for the Ace Attorney Investigations Collection below:

Ace Attorney Investigations Collection – Reveal Trailer – Nintendo Switch

The Ace Attorney Investigations Collection will release for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintenod Switch, and Windows PC via Steam. For those that’d like to get a jump on things, pre-orders are now available that come with a bonus of the following five arranged musical tracks:

  • [AAI Collection] Confrontation – Allegro 2009
  • [AAI Collection] Confrontation – Presto 2009
  • [AAI Collection] Miles Edgeworth – Objection! 2009
  • [AAI Collection] Pursuit – Chase Down the Truth
  • [AAI Collection] Pursuit – Chase Down the Truth (No Intro)

Source: Press Release

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