Capcom launches survey to find out if you would buy more Great Ace Attorney games

The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles launched on 27 July on Nintendo Switch (also on PC and PS4), making it one of this month’s standout titles on the hybrid console.

As part of this release, Capcom has opened a survey that is available until September 30, allowing fans to share their opinions about this game and the series in general. Here are the details that have been shared:

  • There are a multitude of detailed questions asking for players’ opinions on the story, characters, voices, animations, image resolution and more.
  • There are also some sections asking about your favourite video game series, parts where you can share your thoughts on the Ace Attorney series in written form, and questions asking if you would buy a new Great Ace Attorney game if it were to be released in the future.
  • If you are interested in participating in the survey you can do so at this link.
  • Those who complete the survey will be rewarded with a free themed wallpaper for their computer and mobile device.

We remind you of its premise and trailer:

Immerse yourself in a dramatic world, yet brimming with charm and wit, where you’ll search for evidence, make deductions and face off in court with this double pack featuring the adventures of rookie lawyer Ryunosuke.

Set in Japan and London in the late 19th century, each title brings you five episodes of mystery and murder with all the drama, humour, unexpected twists and big surprises you’ve come to expect from Ace Attorney’s legacy of legal mazes. Join Ryunosuke Naruhodo, ancestor of franchise mainstay Phoenix Wright, as he uncovers the secrets behind an international criminal conspiracy, and solves a daunting and baffling cold case, facing a series of challenging trials during your adventure. Enjoy dozens of hours of legal battles!

During each case you’ll talk to witnesses, examine clues and evidence, and try to deduce the nefarious motive for the crime before going to trial. In court you’ll hear testimony, cross-examine witnesses and present evidence. And of course, this wouldn’t be an Ace Attorney game if you couldn’t shout “I ARGUMENT!” when you know you have the evidence and facts you need to disprove the prosecutor’s claims and prove your client’s innocence.

The game includes a handy help function in case you get stuck in your investigation. Even if this is your first game in the series, you’ll be able to start your amateur sleuthing adventures smoothly – will you be able to solve these ingenious cases? Start the game!