Capcom's official announcement trailer for the new Ace Attorney game for Nintendo 3DS set in the Meji period offers glimpse of the game's two main characters.
The game, titled Dai Gyakuten Saiban - Naruhodou Ryuunosuke no Bouken in Japan, is set in Japan's Meiji era (Sept. 1868-July 1912). It centers on the courtroom antics of Naruhodou Ryuunosuke, an ancestor of the series' lawyer, Phoenix Wright. According to leaked pages from the most recent issue of Famitsu magazine earlier this week, Ryuunosuke possess a keen sense of justice and is quick to put himself in danger.
The new title's development is being overseen by series creator Shu Takumi. With the exception of last year's Ace Attorney: Dual Destinies, Takumi has worked on the Ace Attorney series since the 2001 original Nintendo DS title, Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney.
The latest franchise installment was first mentioned when Nintendo president Satoru Iwata revealed during a Japan-only Nintendo Direct in February that Capcom was working on a new Ace Attorney project.
Polygon reached out to Capcom and Nintendo for more information.