PLvAA is coming out this weekend… so I guess I’m on a little bit of an Ace Attorney kick right now >u>
I love drawing these two dorks like really <333
screw Nick’s hair tho UGH
So I’ll probably be posting more of them soon! u v u )/
Not photographed: Games, comics, artbooks (there are so many @A@ hhhhh maybe someday!)
I got new shelves for my collections earlier this summer and I was super excited because I thought it would mean I could display my AA collection (and my tiiiiiny GT collection that consists of those two plushies) better. I couldn’t have been more wrong hahah just look how crammed everything is. @v@;;; Need to think of a better way to display them soon!
Lighting in my apartment is awful, so I’m sorry about the flash effects (the glowing Nick, Franziska and Godot charms in the back look so funny hahah). :’>
LOOK AT HIM
i just want spell it out that one of these is a literal puppy and the other is trained to help in investigative work
trained to help in investigative work
a literal puppy
Capcom’s recently announced addition to the Ace Attorney series, The Great Ace Attorney, will be the start of a new series, according to game producer Shintaro Kojima in a statement to Famitsu magazine (via Siliconera).
The new interview, which also features comments from series creator Shu Takumi, offers some details on the direction of the game.
Capcom “touching up” localization of Ace Attorney Trilogy ⊟
You got me, Capcom. I will happily buy the Ace Attorney games again. I wasn’t particularly interested in the 3DS ports, but Capcom’s localization team (led by localization director Janet Hsu, who posted this info on Capcom-Unity) went back through and fixed up the text. Hsu outlined some changes:
"We have re-mastered the sound effects and background music, and yes, we’ve even proof-read the text again! Rejoice, for the miracle did happen! Finally! …Not that that’s something I should be saying too loudly… *hangs head in shame*
All joking aside, the translation has received a much needed touch-up job, including some re-translations that I hope will help the dialogue flow more naturally, and tweaks that should make some of the more difficult cross-examinations easier to solve using, dare I say… LOGIC *gasp!*”
But if you want to avoid the localization entirely, you can do that. The 3DS release has the full Japanese text as well! How awesome! Ready to learn hella puns and legal vocabulary in Japanese? I’m not, but I’m damn sure gonna try!
Capcom has announced that Dai Gyakuten Saiban will be getting a full reveal at TGS in September!
The DGS part of Capcom’s booth will be a theater room presenting special footage of the game (including in-game footage). Capcom’s also hinting at a voiced TGS skit, as for…
Mr Wright and his clients [x]