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Ace Attorney Investigations go IRL at Japanese theme park


8:00 PM on 02.03.2011
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At Sega's Joypolis Japanese theme parks you'll be able to get a real taste of what it would be like to be an Ace Attorney. Sega is partnering with Capcom to make an attraction at their parks that will have visitors walking through an exhibit to play Miles Edgeworth. They'll collect evidence and solve a crime on foot, In Real Life. Andriasang says that the attraction will take about 20 minutes to "beat."

The attraction will open this spring and cost about 600 yen to go through. I'll see if I can sneak in with a camera when it opens in Tokyo.

Oh, and I love Joypolis with its whole arcade plus rides theme. I take everyone there. Nick Chester and I went on one memorable man date there awhile back.






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