With the announcement of Project x Zone, one has to wonder if it will ever come to America, unlike Namco x Capcom. Leviathyn.com's Jason Fanelli looks at some of the great games that haven't reached our shores. They are stuck in the land of the rising sun.

"However, Svensson had stated in a post on Capcom's forums a week earlier that there’s no plans for Western release at this time. When asked for clarification on which statement was more official, Svensson said, "Regarding the question, plans change all the time so I would probably rather use the ‘There are no plans for a Western release at this time for AAI2.’""

The Luchacast returns with another exciting episode in "Episode 3: Mario Might Be Evil"! Join Samuel Cooke, Charles Alan Ratliff (that's me!), Eric Shepard, and Mr. Popovic himself as we discuss the true nature of Mario, naked camera fun with Uno, the future of open-world games, Quake beginners and Quake III, the latest StarCraft II update, Persona 3 Portable and being banned from the playground, Scott Pilgrim, the awesomeness of the Phoenix Wright musicals, griefers, and more! 5/5 Stars, bab...

In their latest fiscal report, Capcom comments about the sales performaces from their recent games including Monster Hunter Tri, Bionic Commando, Dark Void and more.

Although it may not have been as packed as the first month of 2010, February still provided plenty of great new releases, especially in regards to unique titles from niche genres.

The Ace Attorney series is back, but this time with Edgeworth at its helm. Fans of the series should be glad to hear that it is as good as it has ever been. So check out this Neoseeker recommended game that got a 9/10.

"Good news, legal eagles. Grab your briefcase because it’s time to solve a mystery and put away some bad guys. But instead of filling the shoes of one Mr. Phoenix Wright in this new episode of Ace Attorney, you’re taking on the role of his enemy turned good guy, Miles Edgeworth. So clear your throat and yell "Not So Fast!!!"."

"As entertaining as the Ace Attorney games are, even the most dedicated fans of the series would have to admit that after releasing four titles with a very similar look and feel Capcom need to freshen things up a bit. That's why, after three Phoenix Wright games and an Apollo Justice one, the Ace Attorney franchise is heading in a different direction with Ace Attorney Investigations: Miles Edgeworth."

""Man, that was a great game. Too bad it'll sell like crap and we won't ever get any of the sequels localized." This was my train of thought upon finishing the first Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney, and boy, have I ever (happily) eaten those words. I suppose offbeat titles are the DS' specialty; whatever the case, Capcom's anime courtroom adventure franchise certainly had no trouble finding a U.S. audience, and it's now become so popular that it's got its own spinoff series in Miles Edgeworth: In..."

"Ace Attorney Investigations: Miles Edgeworth gets props for changing up the setting and providing a new protagonist for the franchise. However, the gameplay is pretty standard for the Ace Attorney series, and brings with it the same flaws from other entries."

New Japanese trailer for Ace Attorney Investigations: Miles Edgeworth defines terms of the law with english subtitles.

According to Capcom's latest financial report, the company was disappointed with the sales of Okami (Wii) and Resident Evil: The Darkside Chronicles.
However, they were pleased with the "satisfactory" sales of Monster Hunter 3, Monster Hunter Freedom Unite PSP the Best, Ace Attorney Investigations: Miles Edgeworth, and Mega Man EXE: Operate Shooting Star.

After an impressive start of the year in January with games like Mass Effect 2, the gaming industry is hoping for another big month in February with another big slate of high-profile releases.

The Nintendo DS has always gotten great exclusive games thanks to its overwhelming popularity in addition to the unique features. The currently announced 2010 DS-only lineup is already looking pretty solid.

"The story kicks off with Phoenix Wright defending his childhood friend Larry Butz from a murder charge. But this is only the beginning drama for the tenacious legal eagle as Wright faces unexpected tragedies that will test the limits of his incredible deductive prowess. In May, owners of Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney will be able to download the bonus episode that appeared in the original Nintendo DS version of the game, for only 100 Wii Points."

For four games, fans of the Ace Attorney series have played the role of an ace defense attorney who takes on seemingly open and shut cases with the odds stacked heavily against them only to slowly unravel the truth and prove the defendant not guilty.

Now it's time for a change of pace and prove the defendant guilty. With the power of logic at your side, you take on the role of Miles Edgeworth, perfect prosecutor (as translated from the original Japanese), and find the true criminal and en...

"Following the launch of the teaser website back in July, Capcom has launched the full website for Ace Attorney Investigations: Miles Edgeworth in North America and Europe, the newest title in the Ace Attorney series for the Nintendo DS coming in February 2010."

In an interview with Siliconera, the producer of the upcoming Ace Attorney Investigations: Miles Edgeworth, Motohide Eshiro, provided some interesting information about the game. He talks about how they came up with the idea to create a spin-off that differs from the other games. He also comments on how Ema Skye was proposed as the game's protagonist; however, they chose Edgeworth due to his popularity with the fans. Read on to find out more about the game.

"Capcom have today announced that the official site for Ace Attorney Investigations: Miles Edgeworth, coming exclusive to Nintendo DS early next year, is up and running at http://ace-attorney.com. Fans of the series can get the latest info about the game as well as new screens and artwork."

An email sent out by Capcom during the currently ongoing Comic Con confirms the US release for their upcoming DS title Ace Attorney Investigations: Miles Edgeworth. Known as Gyakuten Kenji in Japan, this new title will release in the US on February 16, 2010, making for a long wait between now and when it's going to ship.

Ace Attorney Investigations: Miles Edgeworth is playable at Comic Con.

At the beginning of June, karaoke restuarant chain Pasela Resorts teamed up with Capcom with a promotion for their DS adventure title, Gyakuten Kenji (Ace Attorney Investigations: Miles Edgeworth in the West). Customers were treated with Gyakuten Kenji-themed cocktails and with help from the Gyakuten Kenji mobile website at Pasela Resorts, made their way to the karaoke booth, where you can sing the Oo-edo Senshi Tonosaman (Steel Samurai in the West) theme songs.

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A regular old Capcom extravaganza is what we have going on over on Neoseeker, in light of their CAPTIVATE 09 press event yesterday.

Needless to say, if you are a fan of the company's stuff, we've got heaps of new content to check out -- trailers, news (Resident Evil remake remake, oh yeah), screenshots...nummers.

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At Captivate 09, Capcom has announced the Western release of Gyakuten Kenji for the Nintendo DS, as Ace Attorney Investigations: Miles Edgeworth. Players will take control of the titular prosecutor in action outside of the courtroom and into the streets. At his side are the mischievious thief Kay Faraday and the ever likable detective Dick Gumshoe, as Edgeworth will solve crimes in "lengthy episodes". It is expected to release this Winter.

You can find the rest of the screenshots at the...

Capcom has announced that they will be releasing a limited edition DSi for their upcoming DS title Gyakuten Kenji, which stars everyone's favorite prosecutor, Miles Edgeworth. The Gyakuten Kenji PREMIUM EDITION includes both the special DSi, with the Blue Badger insignia on the front, and the Gyakuten Kenji game. This will retail for 23940 yen, and will release alongside the game, on May 28th in Japan. A release outside of Japan has not yet been announced.

Famitsu have some new screenshots to accompany their article in their latest issue. Gyakuten Kenji is the newest game in the Gyakuten Saiban/Ace Attorney series, this time putting you in control of prosecutor Miles Edgeworth, investigating cases that will be brought to court. At your side is the lovable sidekick, Detective Dick Gumshoe.

One of the new characters is fellow and rival prosecutor Makoto Yuuki, who is a big fan of sports. There are three phases to Gyakuten Kenji's gameplay: ...

In this week's issue of Weekly Famitsu Capcom's upcoming investivation sim Gyakuten Kenji, known as Miles Edgeworth: Perfect Prosecutor informally, had an article giving some new details on the Ace Attorney series spinoff.

Two previously unidentified characters are now identified: Mikumi Ichijou, a self-proclaimed thief, and sports buff and prosecutor Makoto Yuuki. Gyakuten Kenji's gameplay is split up into three phases: Investigation, Logic and Confrontation; Edgeworth will be interactin...

Revealed in this week's Famitsu is a new entry into the Gyakuten Saiban/Ace Attorney series: Gyakuten Kenji, sporting the English title of Perfect Prosecutor. And now, here's the kicker: the player will play as Phoenix Wright's star rival from the prosecution: Miles Edgeworth. There aren't much other details available right now, other than that the story will center around Edgeworth and Dick Gumshoe, and that it will involve searching for overlooked evidence and inconsistencies. Could this...