Capcom have detailed the various editions of The Great Ace Attorney that players will be able to purchase.
From right to left below, the options are:
- Standard Edition: a copy of The Great Ace Attorney for 5,800 (excluding tax).
- Limited Binding Edition: includes the game, a book of illustrations, and an abridged soundtrack CD for 7,300 yen (excluding tax).
- e-Capcom Limited Edition: a replica of Sherlock Holmes’ briefcase holds the game, two animal plushies with Holmes and Iris Watson motifs, six character postcards, a frame, a short story by Watson, a Holmes card sticker, and a replica of the pin that Ryuunosuke Naruhodou wears on his collar. This package costs 9,300 yen (excluding tax).
- The e-Capcom + Binding Edition: all the aforementioned bonuses, for a price of 10,800 yen (excluding tax).
The Great Ace Attorney will be available for the Nintendo 3DS in Japan on July 9. A Western localization hasn’t been announced yet, and may not ever be, but the older trilogy of Ace Attorney games set in contemporary times launched last year in the West, so Western gamers can get their legal hijinks there.