We've all wondered what an amusement parks based on our favorite games would be like. Would a Halo theme park feature Warthog bumper cars and folks dressed as Covenant hanging out Spartan-shaped balloons? For Ace Attorney fans in Japan, all that daydreaming will soon become a reality.
An Ace Attorney attraction being planned in SEGA's Joypolis theme park in Tokyo, to celebrate the Japanese launch of Ace Attorney Investigations 2. Visitors can step into the shoes of Miles Edgeworth and immerse themselves in a recreation of the brooding lawyer's office, where they'll be searching for clues and gathering evidence (of course) to track a criminal. The entire experience should run an estimated 20 minutes and costs ¥600 (about $7.40) per playthrough.
The new attraction is expected to open some time this spring. No word yet on when we'll be seeing a localized Ace Attorney Investigations 2, but with all the details pouring, we'll be left with few surprises by then.