There was actually a sort of dichotomy for which episodes had the Japanese vs English. Episodes with the Japanese lyrics were meant to be more fun, and English lyric episodes were supposed to be more serious.
Three years and ten months - that’s how long it’s been since Professor Layton vs. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney was first revealed in a blaze of glory (and animated trailer). Since then there’s been a second Ace Attorney Investigations game released, a fifth Ace Attorney game announced, developed, and released internationally, another spinoff series announced, and three Layton games released internationally.
Busy times for both series, but for North American fans, the wait is finally over. Professor Layton vs. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney launches today in North America, and is available now on the Nintendo eShop for $29.99 USD. Tomorrow, a physical copy will hit store shelves.
As always, the C-R forums are open for discussion of the game and anything else AA-related. We’re still on the lookout for people to provide content (case summaries, walkthroughs, etc.), so if you’re interested, reach out to us through e-mail (email@example.com - no, there’s no ‘s’) or post on the forums to let us know.
Finally, our OC Contest is coming into the home stretch - and there’s PLvsPW artbooks and plenty of other swag still up for grabs!
So dust off your top hats and pick up your picarats, folks. A very special court is now in session.
sometimes I let my dog sleep on my bed and sometimes when I try to go to sleep i open my eyes and she’s just smiling at me like the biggest idiot, like I’m the best thing since sliced bread, and god I just really love my dog
by the way, what he say? he can tell i ain’t missing no meals come through and fuck ‘em in my automobile let him eat it with his grills and he telling me to chill and he telling me it’s real, that he love my sex appeal say he don’t like ‘em boney, he want something he can grab so i pulled up in the jag, mayweather with the jab like dun-d-d-dun-dun-d-d-dun-dun