Rena is an age-locked… demon I think? She lives happily with some peppy blonde girl until one day she meets a loli from her past. When she goes to find her again, she has to beat up a middle aged yakuza robot with twizzlers.
Usami is an artist with a crush on her fellow classmate Uchimaki. Unfortunately, his eye is only on the anime paintings he makes. Seriously, that’s the plot.
High school student Naho receives a letter that claims to have been written by her future self. Though skeptical at first, Naho is surprised when the letter correctly predicts that a new transfer student is joining her class that day. Worried by the letter’s ominous vision of her future, she decides to follow its instructions in order to prevent its future of origin from ever happening.
Phoenix Wright is a rookie defense attorney in the near-future Los Angeles (like seriously, the first game is set in this coming year), where trials are only given three days to find a culprit. With the help of his mentor Mia Fey, he starts his legal career clearing the name of his scoundrel of a best friend, Larry Butz.
Airi is trapped, but Satoru arrives in time to help. After escaping the scene, he goes off to search for the real culprit. After gaining an ally in his mother’s old coworker, he starts to gain a clearer picture into what’s happening.
Hinazuki has disappeared. Failing in his mission, Satoru is flung back to the present. Still wanted for his mother’s murder, he tries to find help wherever he can. The only person on his side is Airi, who shows cunning beyond her years. With the true killer still free, is anyone safe?
Satoru continues to try and change the future, but senses he may just be playing through what has already happened. With an overzealous devotion to getting Hinazuki past the 1st untouched, he becomes more bold in dealing with her and her mother. Will the strike of midnight change the world?