If you're part of the growing audience of "i" adventures, there's double the good news this week with the release of two new adventure ports. As Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney debuts on the iPhone/iPod Touch, Revolution's Broken Sword: The Director's Cut has found its way onto the new iPad.
In Capcom's quirky courtroom drama, the pointy-haired young defense lawyer Phoenix Wright must defends his clients through a series of increasingly bizarre cases. To do so, he'll need to "collect evidence, survey crime scenes, weed through inconsistent testimonies, and overcome corrupt agendas to ensure that justice prevails." Available at the App Store for $4.99, the new iPhone/iPod Touch version includes a new "flick interface" to capitalize on the touch-based platforms.
Adventure fans are no strangers to the original story of George Stobbard and Nico Collard, but if you've managed to miss out on Broken Sword: The Director's Cut so far, now you can pick up the game for the new iPad tablet. Boasting "substantial graphical improvements" and a digital version of the Broken Sword comic by Watchmen co-creator Dave Gibbons that needs to be "earned by discovering six new hidden features buried within the game", the iPad release is also available at the App Store for £4.99 / $7.99 / €5.99.
For full details about each game, check out our reviews of the DS versions of Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney and Broken Sword: The Director's Cut.