The Great Ace Attorney now available for smartphones in Japan

Meiji period Japan-set Ace Attorney playable on iOS and Android.

The Great Ace Attorney

Capcom has released The Great Ace Attorney: The Adventures of Ryuunosuke Naruhodou for iOS via the App Store and Android via Google Play in Japan.

The smartphone version costs 120 yen. The full scenario can be purchased for an additional 2,400 yen, and extra scenarios are available for 720 yen each.

The Great Ace Attorney first launched for 3DS in Japan on December 8, 2017. A sequel, The Great Ace Attorney 2, launched for 3DS earlier this month in Japan.

Watch a trailer for the smartphone version below.

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