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Ace Attorney 5 trailer has English subtitles

Capcom revealed a new Ace Attorney 5 trailer at TGS, and thanks to Youtuber Bolt2nd, you can understand it!

Check out the subtitled trailer above and see the new 3D rendered graphics in motion for the first time. As always, it looks like most of the action will take place in the courtroom, but the new emotional contradiction system is now in use. Phoenix's new partner Kokone will reveal when someone's emotions contradict what they're saying, allowing Phoenix to use that knowledge against them. After the release of so many iterations in the Ace Attorney series, it's great to see that Capcom is still able to shake things up.

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