Level-5 shows no signs of slowing down with the Professor Layton franchise anytime soon. The latest news comes from Total Licensing Magazine, which reveals plans for a Professor Layton TV series. While there isn't much info on the series yet, it's reportedly planned for 2018, with 26 episodes in the works.
Layton's Mystery Journey involves real-world puzzle solving, with confounding clues scattered all over the world. Apparently one of those places is Eorzea, because the official Layton series Twitter account has a Final Fantasy XIV-related puzzle just waiting for a plucky detective to solve it. Read on for more.
Layton's Mystery Journey: Katrielle and the Millionaires' Conspiracy is already out on iOS and Android devices, so we've just been waiting for a 3DS release date. Level-5 came through with one this week, lining the puzzler up for an October 6 launch in the west. Read on for more.
Before she heads to 3DS this fall, Layton's daughter will debut on mobile devices on July 20, and Level-5 revealed more details about the upcoming release. Layton's Mystery Journey: Katrielle and the Millionaires' Conspiracy will be available on iOS and Android devices for $15.99, with pre-registration now live on Google Play.
Ah, Pikotaro. You either love the viral comedian or you can't wait for him to go away, but he's here for a different reason this time. While he's certainly up to his old "PPAP" tricks, he's doing so to promote Layton's Mystery Journey with a puzzle of his very own. Can you figure it out?
Katrielle Layton is taking up the family top hat and solving the most puzzles in series history! Check out the new trailer for Layton's Mystery Journey, as well as a dubbed trailer for the English release. Both are available after the jump!
Just a couple days ago we posted about Layton's Mystery Journey: Katrielle and the Millionaire's Conspiracy, which is coming to 3DS and smartphones this year. We mentioned that Japan gets the 3DS version first on July 20, which is also when the game launches worldwide on smartphones, and now we have a better idea of when to expect it on 3DS in the west.
Originally announced as Lady Layton last July, the next adventure in the Professor Layton series recently got a title update and additional release info. While it will still feature Professor Layton's daughter, Katrielle Layton, it will now make its debut under the title Layton's Mystery Journey: Katrielle and the Millionaire's Conspiracy. Read on for more.
Announced at Level-5's event, Lady Layton: The Conspiracy of King Millionaire Ariadne stars none other than Professor Layton's daughter, Catriel Layton. See what she's up to in the debut trailer and more after the jump.
Japanese media reported on Tuesday that noted psychologist Akira Tago passed away of interstitial pneumonia on March 6. The professor emeritus at Chiba University was known for his best-selling quiz book series Atama no Taiso (brain exercises), and to gamers around the world for creating the puzzles in the Professor Layton series. More after the jump.
While it may not be the kind of platform that gets Professor Layton fans as excited as can be, the next game in the series was announced during the Level-5 Vision 2015 event. There had previously been talk of another Nintendo 3DS entry, but it looks like Professor Layton 7 is destined for smartphones. More after the jump.
Two of the greatest minds in gaming team up to take on a supernatural threat! The Professor Layton and Ace Attorney games on their own are two great tastes, but do they taste great together? That's what Professor Layton vs. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney hopes to find out--hit the jump for our full review!
Nintendo has released the English-language launch trailer for "Professor Layton vs. Ace Attorney," which released as physical and digital copies on Friday. What kind of hijinks do you have to look forward to if you pick up the game? Hit the jump for more!
Japan, Europe, and Australia have all seen releases of Professor Layton vs. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney come and go, and now it's finally North America's turn. Nintendo set the Level-5/Capcom collaboration for August 29, and you can see another preview in the E3 2014 trailer after the jump.