Great Ace Attorney Chronicles has both familiar and new gameplay mechanics.


By Stephany Nunneley
June 15, 2021 00:29 GMT

Capcom today unveiled two new trailers at the Great Ace Attorney Chronicles E33022.

Ace Attorney Chronicle Part of today’s Capcom 30-minute E32021 presentation, I explained how gameplay works.

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This particular trailer for E3 2021 describes Capcom’s familiar gameplay mechanics and new features such as investigating crime scenes with deductive dance and convincing a jury in a summation review.

Using deductive dance, Lunosuke and Susato need to work together to unravel Shorumus’s “enthusiastic assumptions” and determine the truth.

To avoid the danger of waiting for the client, Ryunosuke should use these facts in court to convince the jury of the client’s innocence.

So, saying that the scale of justice is leaning towards conviction, Ryunosuke can engage in the summation exam. This rarely used legal practice allows him to remove the logical contradictions of each jury and force the jury to oppose itself and continue the trial.

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Another trailer introduces up-and-coming lawyer Ryonosuke Naruto, legal secretary Satoshi Mikotoba, and Ace Attorney Harlock Shormes.

In the game, Ryunosuke and Susato work with Harlock Shormus to resolve the case while investigating the crime. Ten of them are new, with eight mini-episodes and lots of bonus content.

Great Ace Attorney Chronicles will arrive on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and PC via Steam on July 27th.

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