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Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney 5 DLC arrives next week

3:00 PM on 11.13.2013
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Finished up Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Dual Destinies but hankering for more cases to solve? Capcom has heard your pleas and has announced a release date for the AA5 DLC case! You can fire up your 3DS on November 21st and download the case from inside the game. It'll run you $5.99 (€4.99, £3.99). Now, if you're not sure about picking it up quite yet, I implore you to look at the image above. That killer whale is the defendant. It's been accused of murder. How can you dare not take up this poor animal's case?!

So yes, you defend a killer whale with a mustache and a pirate hat. "So what?" you might say. Well I have other talking points to sell you on this DLC case! Phoenix's first trail after getting his badge! Pearls is back! There's lots of singing! Aquariums!

I've also heard from trusted sources that this is one of the best cases too. Just an FYI. But you know, next week is going to be crazy. I'll have so many video games to play I won't know what to do with myself! How are you guys going to hold up?

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