Capcom had some big news to reveal at the 10th anniversary event for Ace Attorney. They're making a new sequel in the adventure game series and also HD remakes of older installments.

Ace Attorney V is currently in production. However, as Siliconera notes, no gameplay details were announced. It's not even clear who the main character will be. The platforms for the game weren't specified, either.

Capcom dipped their toe into the mobile market by releasing Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney on the App Store in 2009. They'll be continuing that strategy by creating HD versions of that game and its two sequels, Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney: Justice for All and Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney: Trials and Tribulations. Ace Attorney 123 HD: Phoenix Wright will have all-new visuals. Each game will cost 600 yen ($7.80) and the trilogy is priced at 1,200 yen ($15.60).

The big disclaimer to attach to all of this news is that Capcom hasn't announced any of these games for an international release. Most Ace Attorney games have been brought westward though so there's reason for hope. It just might take a bit longer than we'd like.

A few pictures of the remade Phoenix Wright games are below, courtesy of Famitsu.

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