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Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney Trilogy

Capcom
Jan 25, 2024 - PC, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One
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OpenCritic Rating

81

Top Critic Average

91%

Critics Recommend

Metro GameCentral
8 / 10
Game Informer
8.5 / 10
Hobby Consolas
85 / 100
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8 / 10
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8 / 10
VG247
4 / 5
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8.5 / 10
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Critic Reviews for Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney Trilogy

Metro GameCentral

GameCentral
8 / 10
Metro GameCentral

An excellent set of remasters that bring the remaining three mainline Ace Attorney games to modern formats, along with a suite of extras and some effective visual updates.

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Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney Trilogy succeeds with everything it sets out to do, bringing three great games to modern consoles in their most approachable forms to date. I was fully immersed in its classic courtroom battles in the 80 or so hours it took me to get through all three titles. Even though not every trial is a winner, the majority are, and with a new suite of quality-of-life improvements, it's never been easier or more enjoyable to experience Apollo Justice's journey.

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Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney Trilogy is a very good compilation of Ace Attorney games 4, 5, and 6 (also featuring Phoenix Wright), with improvements that weren't in the previous remastered trilogy. That said, all the games in the series are almost identical: to find out if you like them, try the first ones first and then finish the story with this one.

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The Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney Trilogy is overall a fantastic release, bundling up two incredible games and one less-than-incredible one, and with a bevy of other features and other content for those Chords of Steel fans. Spirit of Justice might be a weakest link, but it's still one in a damn solid chain full of charm, humour, and plot twists. If you're a fan of Ace Attorney, you need this collection, and honestly this is still worth your time even if you're not.

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The three latter Ace Attorney games are certainly uneven, and the first two never quite reach the level of narrative power, or even general coherence, of the original trilogy. However, they do challenge the idea of what an Ace Attorney game can be and introduce some memorable characters in the process. Dual Destinies might be the sour one of the bunch, but Capcom wins the case of Apollo Justice v. the test of time.

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The Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney Trilogy is a little less consistent when compared to the two collections that preceded it, but it's still doing the good work of bringing a gem of a series to new platforms and audiences at a time when these games otherwise risk being left behind. Whether its slightly shaky attempts to position itself as a stand-alone trilogy will prove an effective draw for new players remains to be seen, but of course it's an absolute must-play if you're already a fan of the series — and if you were drawn into the franchise through the last two remastered collections and haven't encountered these three games yet, you're in for a particular treat.

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Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney Trilogy brings the last three mainline Ace Attorney games to modern consoles, and they're just as good as ever.

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Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney Trilogy is the best and most convenient way to experience three hilarious gems from the series with enhanced visuals.

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