Popular UK retailer GAME is offering a unique bonus for gamers who preorder Professor Layton and The Azran Legacy for Nintendo 3DS. The above pictured Professor Layton wallet comes free with the preorder of the new game. The latest Professor Layton adventure will retail at £34.99, but we will have to wait and see if GAME and other companies actually stick to the November 8th street date. Will you be preordering the newest Professor Layton title with GAME? Let us know in the comments.
Level-5 president Akihiro Hino announced at the Japan Expo that he is extremely keen to make a brand new Professor Layton game. Hino says that he was pleased with the last adventure that starred Layton and doesn’t want to see an end to the popular franchise. He concluded that if it is possible for him to create a new game, then he wants it to feature new and exciting challenges for the players.
Following the news of a possible Western localisation for Professor Layton vs. Ace Attorney, Level-5’s CEO Akihiro Hino has said – during the Japan Expo – that if another game were to be made in the Layton series, it would be very different to what we know today. This news has certainly piqued the interest of many Layton fans as Professor Layton and the Azran Legacy is – as far as we know – the final instalment in the series to star Professor Layton as the protagonist, and is due for release on the Nintendo 3DS in Europe late 2013, as well as North America in 2014. Here’s what Hino had to say when asked if there would be a new trilogy:
“If a seventh game was to be born one day, it probably won’t be the Layton we know today.”
Nintendo of America has just confirmed that Professor Layton and the Azran Legacy will be coming to the Nintendo 3DS in North America sometime next year.
Level 5 has provided some fresh information for their forthcoming Professor Layton and the Azran Legacies for the Nintendo 3DS. The game is the sixth planned entry in the Professor Layton series and due to be released in Japan on February 28th. Nintendo has yet to confirm a release date for the West, but hopefully we won’t have to wait too long. Here’s some new details.
- Targent have kidnapped the mysterious young girl, Aria
- Layton has to chase them in the sky by using the Bostonias Airship
- The chase ends with an emergency landing
- Aria disappears at the end of this chase
- This means you’ll have to do some info gathering at the nearby town next to a huge lake
- You’ll meet a squirrel that wants you to figure out which two berries belong to the squirrels, according to their weight
- The town next to the lake is called Cohanbale
- Couga is a quiet, kind-hearted fisherman living in Cohanbale
- Chobi is a young and energetic boy who shows a lot of enthusiasm towards mysteries. He loves to think and is full of riddles regarding the town.
- Sonia is a high-handed girl who likes to act much older. She does her best to be a proper young lady but can be conceited at times, but she never means to do any harm
- The Cohanbale ruins contain key information to the Azran legacies
- This game features Garden Viewing mode that requires you to link the flowering energy of the explosive flowers and bloom all the withering flowers
- Do not provide any poisonous mushrooms any unnecessary energy or else they will spread their spores, which can’t be a good thing
- Blossom all the flowers to clear the stage
To help raise money for Child’s Play, Cody Thomson, 36, is planning to walk across several states in the U.S., including N.C., Tenn., Miss., Ark., Okla., Texas, N.M., Ariz. and Calif. Thomson, a self-proclaimed avid gamer, said to IGN that he is packing his Nintendo 3DS and plans to play Paper Mario, Professor Layton and Fire Emblem at the end of each day. It’s going to take roughly eight months for Thomson to traverse the country, and he will have walked about 3,000 miles once he’s done. Thomson’s lengthy journey begins on March 10th.
“I’ve spent months on the planning. Now I’m a few weeks out from setting off, so it’s a good time to start talking about this and raising some funds for Child’s Play. I’m seeking about $8,000 to fund the costs of the journey and everything else is for the kids. The sky’s the limit. But however much I get, I’m doing this.”
“When I was a kid I had an eye disease and the doctor actually advised that I get a games machine to strengthen my eye muscles. My parents bought me an Atari 2600. I wasn’t hospitalized, but games helped me. They had a beneficial impact. They helped me to see and I think that Child’s Play is wonderful, what they do. Kids in hospital need escapism as much as anybody.”
“I’ve been saving up games. I have Paper Mario, Professor Layton and Fire Emblem planned, so that’s something to look forward to at the end of every day.”
A brand new trailer has been uploaded for the final game in the Layton prequel trilogy, Professor Layton And The Azran Legacies. The game appears to take the famous puzzle-solving professor and his enthusiastic assistants all the way from London to the US and Russia. Professor Layton And The Azran Legacies is due to be released on the 28th of February in Japan.
Level 5 has announced that Japanese gamers will get an enhanced version of Professor Layton and the Miracle Mask which will be titled Professor Layton and the Miracle Mask+ via the Nintendo 3DS eShop. The enhanced version features added extras to the downloadable version, including new events, animation, and puzzles. Professor Layton and the Miracle Mask+ will be available on February 6th.
Nintendo UK has announced that Professor Layton and the Miracle Mask is available on the Nintendo 3DS eShop. Archaeologist and puzzle-solver Professor Layton returns in an all-new 3D adventure that will take you deeper into the Professor’s past than ever before. Stop the mysterious Masked Gentleman from terrorising the city of Monte d’Or with magically dark miracles, such as turning citizens to stone. Featuring 150 brand new brainteasers and a new set of minigames courtesy of the Professor’s Trunk, Professor Layton and the Miracle Mask also boasts 365 additional Daily Puzzles distributed via the Nintendo Network. The game will set you back £39.99.
Update: Apparently the game won’t be available for download until Friday. Thanks, TheDragon234.
Japanese gaming publication Famitsu has revealed a new adventure for Professor Layton which is heading to Android and iOS devices. The new game is titled Professor Layton and the Century of the Seven Phantom Thieves, and it features Layton and Luke tracking down burglars across London. It’s set to be a social game, allowing you to exchange intelligence with other players in order to catch the thieves.