November 28th, 2013
GS4&5 music book for piano?????????? ???? ????????? Vol.2
http://www.shinko-music.co.jp/main/Prod ... d=Y0028694
http://www.e-capcom.com/ec/srDispProduc ... oductList/
1 GS4 medley:
?Gyakuten Saiban 4 ~ Prologue -> Cross Examination ~ Moderate 2007 -> Trance Logic -> The Truth Will Tell 2007 -> Pursuit ~ You Must Corner It?
2 Apollo Justice ~ Start of a New Trial!
3 Trucy Wright ~ Magical Child
4 Klavier Gavin ~ LOVE LOVE GUILTY
5 Ema Skye ~ Scientific Detective
6 Gramarye Family
7 Serenade of a Guitar in Love
8 GS5 medley:
?Gyakuten Saiban 5 - Prologue -> Cross Examination ~Moderato 2013 -> Logic Trinity -> The Truth Will Tell 2013 -> Pursuit ~ Keep Pressing On?
9 Dark Days of the Law
10 Athena Cykes medley:?Let's do this? -> Courtroom's Child of Revolution ?
11 Simon Blackquill ~ Distorted Swordmanship
12 Bobby Fulbright ~ In justice we trust!
13 Florent L'Belle ~ I am L'Belle
14 Go Forth! The Amazing Nine-Tails
15 Remembrance ~ Wandering Heart
16 "Pirate Show Song" medley:?The Sea Of Adventure is Here -> The Writer Who Snatches Away the Truth?
17 Won the Case ~ Everyone's Victory
18 Phoenix Wright ~Objection! 2013
GS1~3 music book for piano
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November 22nd, 2013
November 20th, 2013
November 13th, 2013
The Court Records Sprite Cup 2013!
Calling all Ace Artists! Now that we've all had a few weeks to digest Dual Destinies, Court Records woud like to invite you all to keep the spirit going with our second-ever Sprite Cup! For those of you unfamiliar with the Sprite Cup, you can see the the entries to our '08-'09 contest here. So onto the big questions!
What the heck's a Sprite Cup?
Ace Attorney might have made the leap into the world of 3D with its latest entries, but spriting and editing has long been a staple of AA fanworks. The Sprite Cup is an open contest to invite people to show off their AA-style spriting skills and win some nice swag in the process!
Okay, sounds good. What am I supposed to enter?
Big, beautiful, Ace Attorney-style sprites! They can be defense, prosecution, judge, witness, AAI-style... whatever goes. It can be just a single pose, a whole sheet, animations - whatever works best for you. Feel free to give your character a name or bio as well for flavor, but judging will be carried out on the sprite, not its backstory.
Are there any limits?
Submissions should be a full sprite (so not an AAI mini-sprite or a profile picture, though you can of course include those as bonuses). Very minor edits of existing characters like plain recolors or simple changes won't be considered. (See this image for some examples.) Feel free to use official sprites for parts, though - it's the spriting way!
Also, please enter a newly created sprite for the contest, not a previous work.
Does the sprite have to be of an original character?
Nope! Feel free to come up with new outfits or roles for existing characters, or in the case of Dual Destinies characters, give them that 2D shakedown they never had.
What should a good entry have?
Three things: Creativity, Composition, and Style. Is the character's design interesting (or, in the case of the DD characters, is there a noticeable difference between the 2D sprite and the existing model?) Does the sprite look good (crisp lines, accurate anatomy)? And maybe most important of all, does the sprite fit the AA style? (Could you picture it in-game, and in the case of OCs, does the character look like someone who could be in the AA universe?)
How will entries be judged?
After a first round of closed judging by... well, the judges (myself, Percei, Ping', and DeMatador), the finalists will be posted for public voting. To help keep voting objective, finalists will be posted without their creators' names (though of course we can't stop you from promoting your entry on your own blog or in forum sigs or what have you.)
Enough with the rules, what're the prizes?
I'm glad you asked! Because this contest is celebrating Dual Destinies, we're handing out prizes from the Japan-only Limited Edition:
First place will receive the GS5 Phoenix statue! These aren't available anywhere outside of the LE, as far as I know, so it's quite the collector's item.
Second place will receive the GS5 3DS carrying case!
Third place will receive the set of GS5 stickers!
Can I still enter if I'm outside of the U.S.?
Absolutely. Shipping your prize will take a bit longer, of course, but it'll get there somehow!
How should I enter?
E-mail your entry to email@example.com (no, that's not a typo - no 's' on the end of courtrecord) with the phrase "Sprite Cup Entry" somewhere in the subject line.
How long do I have to enter?
We'll be accepting entries until December 31st, 2013 (note: this date pulled out of a hat and subject to extension in event of community pushback). Judge-only judging will take place in the week after, and public voting on the finalists will open once that's done. After the winners are announced, we'll make all the entries with their creators' names available for public viewing on our site.
What happened to the OC contest?
Well, there's another Ace Attorney game on the horizon, guest starring a certain gentleman professor. Check back in a few months and you might just find a more magical contest waiting...
Anyway, that's the long and the short of it, folks. Go on and show Capcom that, even if they do make jaw-droppingly beautiful 3D models, 2D will always live on in the heart of Ace Attorney! Reply || Read Comments By Bolt Storm
November 13th, 2013
October 24th, 2013
Dual Destinies release day!
Calling all attorneys - this is not a drill! No, not even a Gavin hair drill. After three long years, the English-speaking world finally gets a chance to step back into court with today's release of Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Dual Destinies! The game will be going up on eShops around the world throughout the day - for those in North America, you can expect to see it up around 12 PM EST.
When Apollo Justice was released back in 2008, I don't think any of us thought it'd take quite so long to get the next chapter of the Ace Attorney saga. We've had our sidetracks with frilly prosecutors and gentlemanly professors (whoops, guess that one's next year), but with the release of Dual Destinies, the series is back in full form.
As always, the Court-Records forums are open for business - head over to the Themis Legal Academy sub-section to chat anything and everything DD-related, or present your evidence - sorry, fanworks - in our creative forums. All are welcome, old and new, and the C-R staff is committed to making sure this our site is a fun and friendly resource for you all. (Fun and friendliness will be enforced by Proto Badger squads as appropriate.) Our only request? Keep the spoilers tagged, and be cool, people!
I could carry on more, but really - there's testimonies that need cracking and defendants that need saving. See you all in court! Reply || Read Comments By Bolt Storm
October 22nd, 2013
October 19th, 2013
New English voice clips of Dual Destinies charactersHi, I just found this blog post from Capcom's Chris:
http://www.capcom-unity.com/xantista/bl ... -ringtones
Apparently it's about to be released the upcoming monday, but I found it via the tag search.
There you can hear most of the new English voice clips of Phoenix (already known), Athena, Apollo, Miles, Gaspen, Klavier and Simon. Klavier's and Miles' Objections are new recordings. Reply || Read Comments By Lusankya
October 16th, 2013
Dual Destinies launch party in LondonLive in or around London? Interested in celebrating Dual Destinies' release with some prizes, good company, and a screening of the Ace Attorney movie? Then head on over to Capcom's UK headquarters at 5:15 PM BST on October 25th for an official DD launch celebration hosted by Capcom themselves! Sadly, no word yet on if Doug Swallow or Mimi Miney will make an appearance. Reply || Read Comments By Bolt Storm
October 16th, 2013