There's more to it than what you see...
An abandoned car, a theft and a woman too depressed to speak.
Seven years after Phoenix Wright lost is badge, Miles Edgeworth was still in shock from the events of Trials & Tribulations. After Prosecutor Godot's crime was discovered, it broke Miles into a confusion. Can prosecutors really become monsters? Does being a prosecutor make one a monster? The only way he could answer this question was by changing his point of view. Thanks to the help of some colleagues in the prosecutors office, Miles was given a defence attorney's badge.
Fiz Brown is believed to have stolen a fancy and very expensive new convertible that Rosie Webster recently bought. The car had apparently been driven around the town. It was found lying in the middle of the road about a kilometre away. The only "proof" of Fiz's crime is the fact that she is admitting to it.
As soon as Miles Edgeworth was made aware of this, he knew there was more to it than what everyone else saw. When he saw Fiz's eyes in the detention centre, he knew that there was more to this case. He knew that Fiz was not the true criminal. But can Miles claim victory when there is no other possible criminal?
- The story is loosely based off a storyline in Coronation Street and features the characters involved.
- You can play as Miles Edgeworth at the defence's side of the courtroom.
- The story is so emotional that it might even make you cry!
- Use of the Ace Attorney Investigations: Miles Edgeworth soundtrack.
Part 1: Trial Former (Click here to play)
Fiz Brown is accused of stealing a car and is even admitting to it! Is she really telling the truth?
Part 2: Trial Middle (Click here to play)
Franziska von Karma won't go down that easy! Can the victim shed light on the situation?
Part 3: Trial Latter (Click here to play)
In a trial that's going nowhere fast, can Miles Edgeworth solve this case once and for all?
If you've already seen the Coronation Street episodes that this was loosely based on, please use spoiler tags when discussing spoilers.