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Ace Attorney 5 Orca-defending DLC coming next week


9:00 AM on 11.14.2013
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Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney -Dual Destinies- is an incredible game filled with drama, comedy, murder, mayhem, and most of all, lawyers. So many lovable lawyers. Soon it will have a mustached pirate orca as well. In this special prequel adventure, a lovable punk rock pirate girl recruits Phoenix Wright and his pal Pearls (in their very first case!) to mount the defense for her killer whale companion,. He's been accused of murder! 

The case will be made available for download on November 21st for $5.99. Sounds like a small price to pay for what will likely be the greatest thing ever in a videogame ever.

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney 5 DLC arrives next week [Japanator]

 






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