Ace Attorney 6 Japanese limited edition design unveiled

3DS sequel launches June 9 in Japan.

Capcom has shared first images of its previously announced Japanese e-Capcom Store-exclusive limited edition for Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney 6.

Get the details below.

Limited Edition (9,100 yen)

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney 6

  • A copy of Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney 6
  • Newly-written original drama CD
  • Visual postcard book
  • Bokuto’s tote bag
  • Kuttari plushie
  • Exclusive original box
  • e-Capcom-exclusive first print bonus: Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney 6 acrylic dot mascot (one random at random from a total of six)
  • Limited bonus: “Asoberu! Gyakuten Gekijou” (set of two)
  • Early buyer bonus: “Special Costumes” (pack of three)

Limited Goods Sets (4,800 yen)

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney 6 Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney 6

  • Newly-written original drama CD
  • Visual postcard book
  • Bokuto’s tote bag
  • Kuttari plushie
  • Exclusive original box
  • (Note: this set does not include a copy of the game)

Standard Edition (5,800 yen)

  • A copy of Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney 6
  • e-Capcom-exclusive first print bonus: Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney 6 acrylic dot mascot (one random at random from a total of six)
  • Limited bonus: “Asoberu! Gyakuten Gekijou” (set of two)
  • Early buyer bonus: “Special Costumes” (pack of three)

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney 6is due out for 3DS on June 9 in Japan. Pre-orders are available now at the e-Capcom Store.

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