Ace Attorney 6 details Bracelet Power, Detective Memo

See through your opponent's habits.

Capcom has released new Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney 6 information and screenshots introducing Apollo Justice’s bracelet power and the Detective Memo.

Get the information below.

Bracelet Power

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney 6

Apollo Justice has the ability to read a person’s habits using the bracelet on his left arm. When the bracelet reacts, it means there are lies or secrets within his opponent’s dialogue. In this case, use “perception” to try and point out the subtle changes that appear, such as those in expression or behavior. If you’re successful, a new testimony will be drawn out! When you select the bracelet on the lower screen, the opponent speaking will enter slow motion, giving you the opportunity to see through their habits.

Detective Memo

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney 6

If you return to the game after not playing for a few days, and forget what to do, you may be stuck and unable to advance the story. However, in such a situation, you can open the “Detective Memo” from the “Courtroom Record” to read hints about what you should do next. Additionally, as a means of support for the player, there are also “Partner Assist” and “Backlog” features.

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney 6 is due out for 3DS in Japan on June 9. A western release is also planned, but has not been dated.

View the screenshots at the gallery.

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