The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles will feature both familiar and new gameplay mechanics

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By Stephany Nunneley
15 June 2021 00:29 GMT

Capcom showed off two new trailers at E3 3022 today for The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles.

The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles was part of Capcom’s 30-minute E3 2021 presentation today, we were given a look at some gameplay mechanics.

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In this particular trailer from E3 2021, Capcom walks you through both familiar gameplay mechanics as well as new features including investigating crime scenes with the Dance of Deduction and persuading the jury with Summation Examination.

Using Dances of Deduction, Ryunosuke and Susato will need to work together to untangle Sholmes’ “over-enthusiastic assumptions” and discern the truth.

In order to stave off the peril awaiting his clients, Ryunosuke must use these facts in court to convince a jury of his client’s innocence.

So, say the scales of justice lean toward a guilty verdict, Ryunosuke can engage in a Summation Examination. This seldom-used legal practice allows him to pick apart inconsistencies in each juror’s logic, and pit the jury against itself to force the trial to continue.

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The other trailer introduces you to fledgling defense attorney Ryunosuke Naruhodo, legal assistant Susato Mikotoba, and ace detective Herlock Sholmes.

In the game, while investigating crimes, Ryunosuke and Susato will team up with Herlock Sholmes to solve cases, 10 of which are new, and there are eight mini-episodes to experience and plenty of bonus content.

The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles arrives July 27 on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and PC via Steam.

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