You know, thinking about it, I'm quite surprised there's yet to be an Ace Attorney trial where Phoenix is the one initially framed for the crime, and has to defend himself in court in order to find the culprit. The series has toyed about with the idea before, on three different occasions off the top of my head - Turnabout Sisters had Redd White accuse Phoenix, but at that point, he'd already concluded his investigation for the day, and was basically prepared for a full defence.
There was Recipe for Turnabout, where Tigre framed Phoenix technically, but instead of for a crime, he posed as him to make Phoenix look incompetent and subject his fall person to a guilty sentence. Finally, we had Phoenix getting disbarred in Apollo Justice for unwittingly giving in false evidence despite not knowing.
But despite all that, we never got a proper trial where it starts with Phoenix being framed, and having to work his way throughout the entire trial to show his innocence. Like, for example, if we had a trial where Phoenix would do the court sections, but would be locked up during the Investigations, meaning someone else like Edgeworth, Maya, or so on would have to handle the investigation portions for him, and exchange the information at a later time right before the trial.
Interestingly enough, something like this was the original idea for Turnabout Sisters, back when Phoenix was a detective instead of an attorney, he would've been framed for Mia's death to begin with and have to prove himself innocent...
With DBZ Dokkan Battle reaching their 300 Million Downloads, they are holding a celebration.
The interesting part is that since it's Cell Saga themed, they made it so that Cell will interrupt all street broadcasting in Tokyo to make an announcement on September 2nd.