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Submitted by Valay 415d ago | news

A few grammatical errors spotted in Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Dual Destinies

Capcom has been known for making some rather strange errors over the years. Perhaps most infamous was the Okami Wii boxart incident, in which the game’s cover sported an IGN logo. We’ve also seen a number of prominent spelling errors like “Resident Evil: Revelaitons” – another boxart situation. (3DS, Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Dual Destinies)

SonyNGP  +   415d ago
Capcpom!!
Kisama  +   415d ago
I'm sure capcom will release some Spellcheck DLC. Only $4.99.
daftpunkfan  +   415d ago
This is a common problem for the series, and not one with an easy fix. There are so many lines of dialogue that catching every error would be almost impossible.

That being said, the 3DS has updating capabilities. Maybe we'll see something.
stavrami  +   415d ago
that's ok luckily there's a lot of gamers that are also part time grammar police,any criminals that fail the correct spelling will go directly to jail and not pass go and not collect £200

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