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Thursday, November 21, 2013

Dual Destinies DLC (Turnabout Reclaimed) Is Out!

By LUDWIG VON KOOPA - Go get it. And the whole game.

Let's suppose you're a new reader to KoopaTV. Well, welcome to KoopaTV. I'm Ludwig. I write here. One of my favourite series is the Ace Attorney series. There's a cool navigational feature on the blog called the Terms Index. If you look at it, perhaps you'll notice all the times I talk about Ace Attorney, especially compared to maybe YOUR favourite series. ...Unless your favourite series is also Ace Attorney. Then you should already know that the promised DLC featuring Phoenix Wright, a pirate, and a killer whale is now out for $5.99. Don't have Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Dual Destinies yet? That's $29.99 for 5 cases. So yeah, the DLC is fairly priced. See more for Capcom's PR about the case.

New client and pirate Sasha Buckler wants the Wright Anything team to help defend her friend on a murder charge. She takes Phoenix to the scene of the crime, the Shipshape Aquarium, to meet the defendant... a killer whale?!

Turnabout Reclaimed is a full-length additional episode that tells the story of the first case Phoenix Wright took on after reclaiming his Attorney's badge. Unravel the truth using all the investigation techniques from Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney -- Dual Destinies, including the Mood Matrix and Psyche-Lock. Series favourite character Pearl Fey returns to assist the team as they face off against the mysterious prosecutor Simon Blackquill.
So that's all pretty cool. My review of the game (spoiler alert: It'll be very positive) will incorporate the DLC case into my...verdict. So that's why the review isn't out yet. You know, the one I promised to write.


  1. The ending to Turnabout Reclaimed is so good. Its up there in the top five closures to a case in the whole series. So many feels.

    1. Completely agreed. Loved the ending.
      Was very happy they even bothered to make an epilogue for it, and better than what they had for 1-5.


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