Daily Briefs (March 9) – Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy / Super Robot Taisen T

Today’s Daily Briefs: details and screenshots for the Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy, but also…

  • Super Robot Taisen T
  • Neo Atlas 1469
  • Tool Assisted Speedrun

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy

Yesterday, Janet Hsu (Localisation Director) wrote a rather lengthy post about the upcoming Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy. It’s made of three parts:

  • explanations about the investigation and court parts
  • introduction of the main characters
  • details about the new features: 10 save slots for each language, various options (including rumble, introduced in this version of the game), touchscreen support on Nintendo Switch, and more.

If you’re already familiar with the series, there’s nothing new for you in there, as even the details about the new features were already detailed previously. If it will be your first time experiencing the intense courtroom action of the series, then this post is a great way to get up to speed with what it has to offer: click here to check it out!

Finally, here’s some screenshots and character artworks:

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy (Switch – eShop) comes out on April 9th worldwide.

Super Robot Taisen T

Here’s the latest video clip for Super Robot Taisen T:

And here’s the latest screenshot for the game:

Super Robot Taisen T (Switch) comes out on March 20th in Japan.

Source: Bandai-Namco (Twitter)

Neo Atlas 1469

Here’s the latest set of details and screenshots for Neo Atlas 1469:

What sort of knowledge does Abtu possess? Will his expertise in the mystic arts be the key to unlocking the greatest mysteries of the world? Recruit this imposing shaman as one of your Admirals in Neo ATLAS 1469!

Neo Atlas 1469 (Switch) comes out at retail on April 9th in North America, and April 12th in Europe.

Source: NIS America (Twitter)

Tool Assisted Speedrun

Here’s the latest Tool Assisted Speedrun video for Nintendo platforms:

  • Nanashi no Geemu (Nintendo DS) by jlun2 in 54:20.63

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