With only seven seconds of footage, Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney (3DS edition) got the least amount of air time of any game during Wednesday's Nintendo Direct. We still don't know anything new about it since CAPCOM announced the port a month ago. It was a useless seven seconds.
Even though there was only seven seconds of content, they were wrong about two things:
- Apollo Justice is NOT everyone's favourite lawyer. He's not even most people's.
- Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney does not explore Apollo's origins or backstory. You'll need to play Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney — Spirit of Justice for that.
“Two New Games, Two Beloved Series: The next game in the Ace Attorney series, Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney, launches in November. The action-packed Fire Emblem Warriors game launches Oct. 20 for New Nintendo 3DS systems only.”Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney is not a new game. It is over nine years old. It is not the “next” game in the Ace Attorney series. The last new worldwide release of an Ace Attorney game was last year's excellent Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney — Spirit of Justice. Before that was Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney — Dual Destinies. (In-between was Professor Layton vs. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney, but not... canonically.)
Before that was Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney, and that was a long, long time before KoopaTV started. It's not the next game in the series. It's not even the previous one. It's the previous game to the previous game's previous game. That's going real far back. Shame on Nintendo for putting this information in a press release. You know what I call that?
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Ludwig wanted to continue KoopaTV's meme war against CNN, and this is the result. He's astonished in general that Nintendo would make such a bold claim about Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney being a new game. Of course it isn't.
This is far from the first time that Nintendo's marketing communications outfit has put out demonstrably false information to promote a 3DS game.
Believe it or not, this article doesn't even cover all of the FAKE NEWS in the seven second soundbite and tiny blurb. There's even MORE, as revealed next week.
Fake news isn't enough: Nintendo actively wants to censor the game's existence.
CAPCOM gives true news about the game's release date and its actual events.
CAPCOM might have used FAKE NEWS to promote the game on launch, but there is no way to fact-check it.
Don't trust Nintendo to write accurate press releases about their own products, either.
The CNN meme war finally comes to 2018, with a clear example of FAKE NEWS actually done by CNN.