When I was nine years old, I literally begged my parents for Capcom's Ducktales game for the NES. It was all I wanted for Christmas, and fortunately for me, it ended up being one of the greatest games of the era, to the point where it's still my gold standard for games built around running to the right and jumping on bad guys' heads. That said, you can imagine how thrilled I was when Capcom announced that they were doing a new "remastered" version for the current generation of consoles, and after getting a chance to play it at Comic-Con, I'm even more excited for it now.
Capcom's Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney is one of my all-time favorite video game franchises. Bizarre characters, clever storytelling, spirit-channeling, forensic science, people getting murdered left and right -- it's everything you need for a good time. This month, director Tak
Toho has released the first theatrical trailer for Gyakuten Saiban aka Ace Attorney, based on the very popular Capcom video game series starring fictional defense attorney Phoenix Wright, and it is everything fans of the Nintendo DS titles wished for. The film is directed by Takashi Miike, best known to North
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Fans of shouting, spirit-channelling and extremely dubious lawyering rejoice: Capcom has announced that a movie based on Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney is in production now, directed by Takashi Miike and slated for release early next year.
For those of you who haven't played them, the