Capcom's giving gamers in Japan a few more options for playing Ghost Trick: Phantom Detective, releasing the game for iPhone and iPod Touch this week.
The iDevice version will let you play the first two chapters of the game for free, much like a demo. Want more? You can buy sets of three chapters for 600 yen, or the whole shebang for 1500 yen.
The game is said to be a direct port of the Nintendo DS game, so where Japanese gamers decide to play it will be a matter of preference. Or perhaps it's a matter of price -- DS games usually cost upwards of 4000 yen, so the iDevice version seems like a steal.
No word yet on whether North America will see the iPort, but the DS version hits on January 11 and it looks great no matter where you'll play it.
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