Ace Attorney out now on iOS and Android

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The Phoenix Wright spin off has arrived on mobile.

The Phoenix Wright spin off has arrived.

Ace Attorney Investigation: Miles Edgeworth, spin-off from Capcom’s Phoenix Wright games, has released on iOS and Android.

The game originally launched on Nintendo DS in 2009, but has now been ported to mobile devices.

It starts characters from the main series, prosecutor Miles Edgeworth and detective Dick Gumshoe, who work to solve five cases through investigation and interrogation. You won’t see the court-room sequences from the Phoenix Wright titles, but that hasn’t stopped Capcom from throwing in an “OBJECTION!” wherever they can.

iOS gets a free demo of the first chapter, with the rest of the game costing. Android users won’t get the free demo, but the whole package is currently on sale on Google Play for $11.99.

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