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Friday, December 8, 2017

*sigh* Ace Attorney Investigations: Miles Edgeworth on Mobile; Mobile Ace Attorney Sale

By LUDWIG VON KOOPA - I was hoping the next time the words Ace Attorney Investigations would be in a title, the number 2 would be next to it.

Whoop-de-doo, it's another article about how an Ace Attorney game gets ported to mobile. These should become less common now, since they just ran out of games to port over.

CAPCOM has now brought over Ace Attorney Investigations: Miles Edgeworth to Android and iOS mobile trash. That's the Miles Edgeworth spin-off known for throwing cameos in for the sake of it, and for almost everyone (yours truly excluded) hating the last case.

Here, have an OBJECTION from the mobile port.

OBJECTION bubble Ace Attorney Investigations Miles Edgeworth mobile
Unfortunately for Edgeworth, right after this he got a logic penalty enforced by his own ethical standards.

There was some internal debate over whether or not KoopaTV's self-imposed mandate to write an article about every single time an Ace Attorney game is on sale by CAPCOM only covers Nintendo systems, or it covers anywhere else as well. Unfortunately for me (and I believe, for you), I lost the debate, so now introducing, the first Ace Attorney mobile sale:

Android app store Ace Attorney mobile sale CAPCOM $11.99 Apollo Justice Phoenix Wright Miles Edgeworth
Every mobile trash Ace Attorney game for $12 for an unspecified period of time.
Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy is iOS exclusive for some reason, but it appears to be $10 there.

I suggest you compare that to the CYBER DEALS going on in the Nintendo eShop until December 11. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney — Dual Destinies is $10 there, while Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney — Spirit of Justice is $15 there. Playing on the 3DS is a significantly better experience than playing on a mobile piece of shit. However, I'd like to mention that Ace Attorney Investigations: Miles Edgeworth got on mobile trash before it got ported to the 3DS, which hasn't happened yet. It might not ever.

If you felt that this article lacks compelling content to read and you'd rather watch something related to Miles Edgeworth instead, check out this freshly harvested video brought to you by Rawk:

(...I guess he IS a farmer.)

If that's not enough content to look at, well, I doubt you read last night's reaction log (featuring over twenty pictures), and I strongly doubt you read the just-updated-before-this-was-published update in the Complete Primer on Net Neutrality and Title II Regulation article. It turns out that Google is a power-hungry hypocrite that exposes the entire fraudulent net neutrality agenda for what it really is.

Might be why they don't have the Android version of Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy yet.

Ludwig didn't use any exclamation points in this article because there is no reason to be excited over anything related to mobile trash, not even for the OBJECTION. Google owns the website infrastructure behind KoopaTV, so Ludwig should be cautious about writing bad things about them.

Here is the article about Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney — Spirit of Justice going to mobile. 
...And the article from a year ago when Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney got to mobile.
Don't forget: Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney — Dual Destinies also got a mobile article.


  1. I feel a slight vibe of smartphone games hatred from this article ...

    1. Yes very slight. Might be my imagination though.

    2. You'll notice I never even wrote about Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp since its Direct.


  2. What if they port AAI2 next... and then translate it? :o

  3. This might be one way to help localize the sequel of sales are good on the app version.

    1. ...

      I suppose that's true.
      But if the app version's sales suck, would that hurt the chances of the sequel being localised?

    2. It's a double edge sword, especially since the app audience greatly prefers free to play games.

    3. So far, it has 23 5-star reviews out of 23 total reviews on the Google Play store.

      All of them say they want Ace Attorney Investigations 2, so I'm not sure how many of these are actual new purchases and how many are Ace Attorney fans with an Android device willing to spend $12 to make a statement.


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