Good news for Wii owners who’ve become enamored with the WiiWare rereleases of the Phoenix Wright games, Capcom isn’t going to keep you waiting for the next installment! Capcom just announced today that Phoenix Wright Ace Attorney: Justice for All will be released on the Wii Shop Channel on February 15, 2010. Originally, Justice for All had a March, 2010 release window.
Like the recent WiiWare release Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney, Justice for All will cost 1,000 Wii Points ($10). It will also have Wii remote motion control support which will let you wave or wiggle your remote to present and object.
Justice for All is a port of the January, 2007 DS game Phoenix Wright Ace Attorney: Justice for All. It features four new cases, with Phoenix returning as the prosecutor, Maya returning as his assistant, Gumshoe as the detective and police department liason and Edgeworth appearing in a cameo role. Two new characters are Franziska Von Karma, who acts as the new prosecutor, and Pearl Fey, Maya’s cousin who also assists Phoenix. This entry also introduces the Psyche-Lock system to try and unlock information during investigations.
You can still find the DS version of Justice for All in stores, but it’ll probably cost you around $19.99. The forthcoming Wii version is a much better deal, if you can be patient and wait until February 15.