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Tuesday, March 10, 2020

Ace Attorney Franchise Sale! March 2020!

By LUDWIG VON KOOPA - Defend the innocent! Ace Attorney titles are currently on sale for up to 70% off.

Today on MAR10 Day, we don't want to just write about a very-guilty mass murderer. (That article will come slightly later today. Yes, two articles in one day.) No, we'd like to promote a man that, despite being currently disbarred for forging evidence, has defended many innocent people falsely accused of murder. That is Phoenix Wright.

Right now, the following games are on sale on the Nintendo eShop from now until 3 AM Eastern March 17 (in addition to select games starring a very-guilty mass murderer, but we won't encourage you to buy those):

  1. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy for $14.99 (Nintendo Switch) or $11.99 (Nintendo 3DS)
  2. Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney for $9.99 (Nintendo 3DS)
  3. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Dual Destinies for $8.99 (Nintendo 3DS)
  4. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Spirit of Justice for $11.99 (Nintendo 3DS)

All of those are normally $29.99, with the exception of Apollo Justice, which is normally $19.99.

If you have a 3DS, then Dual Destinies and Spirit of Justice have free demos that you can try out that will give you a taste of what the series is like. They're a series of linear adventure games with great production values—and moral values. They're the bedrock of KoopaTV's stylistic mannerisms, and have my absolutely highest recommendations.


If you click those links, you can buy the games from the Nintendo eShop from the comfort of your computer. If you need more money in your Nintendo eShop balance, then you should've participated in last month's KoopaTV Loyalty Rewards Program. Would've been an easy win. The prize for this month's (combined with April's) KoopaTV Loyalty Rewards Program is $10 in Nintendo eShop money. The 3DS games will not go any lower in price, based on years of tracking these sales. It's unlikely the Switch version will go lower than 50% off anytime soon, or ever.


These games were just on sale at these prices just one month ago.
Here's the second MAR10 2020 article about the guilty mass-murderer.
If you missed out on this sale, there's another CAPCOM sale just two weeks later.
In mid-April, CAPCOM brings the 50% discount for Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy to Xbox One.
All of the Ace Attorney games in this article are on sale, at the same discounts, in mid-late April on the Switch.

9 comments :

  1. Hmm. I decided I was just going to bank the $10 from the last Rewards Program toward a more expensive game that I learned just came out today (and until today I wasn't even AWARE it would be out on the Switch, either!) but I'd be lying if I said I didn't want to round out the Ace Attorney games I possess with Dual Destinies...

    Decisions, decisions...

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    1. Dual Destinies is more than likely more important and superior than the more expensive game.

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    2. ...Also you're supposed to tell me that you used the code already so I can trash it. >_>

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    3. OK, I used it just now. I like to know what I'm going to do with it 1st, but it's not a big deal.

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  2. "liner adventure games"

    Is that a typo?

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    1. On a separate, yet relevant note, do you think they'll announce AA7 this year?

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    2. I said "yes" in 2019 and 2018, so I'll just say "no" this time.

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