Professor Layton vs. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney is coming to 3DS in the west soon, with Europe receiving the crossover game first on February 28. The fun won't end when the credits roll, either, since players will be able to access free DLC once the main story is completed. Read on for more.
North America might be last in line when it comes to getting Layton's latest (and final?) adventure, but Nintendo finally announced release details for the puzzler. Professor Layton and the Azran Legacy arrives in North America on February 28, and you can prime yourself for its story after the jump.
As unveiled at Level-5's Vision 2013 conference, a new Professor Layton game is coming to 3DS, iOS, and Android, but this one takes yet another departure from tradition. Chief among those differences is the lack of Layton himself in the upcoming RPG-puzzler, which is titled Layton 7. More after the jump.
One of the best parts of today's Nintendo Direct presentation was finally getting some westward-bound word regarding Professor Layton vs. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney. The crossover 3DS game is now set for a 2014 debut in North America and Europe. Peep the trailer after the jump.
Professor Layton is getting ready to embark on what Level-5 is calling his final adventure in Professor Layton and the Azran Legacies. It remains to be seen just how final it is, but you can see Layton and co. embark on their journey in the latest promo after the jump.
Professor Layton and the Azran Legacies, the final entry in Level-5's Layton prequel trilogy, is set to arrive on 3DS in Japan on February 28, and a new promotional clip shows some of the puzzling action to come. Watch as Layton and co. free a frozen girl, explore in an airship, and more after the jump.
Professor Layton vs. Ace Attorney is out now for Nintendo 3DS in Japan, but that hasn't stopped Level-5 from sharing more clips. The latest videos showcase the game's prologue, a pair of adventure sections, and two doses of courtroom action. Watch as puzzles are solved and witnesses are examined after the jump!
Lately we've been seeing various clips that show off individual aspects of Professor Layton vs. Ace Attorney, which is due out tomorrow, November 29, on Nintendo 3DS in Japan. The latest full promo has it all, though, from animation by Bones to glimpses at the courtroom action, puzzles, and more.
Last time we got a look at the adventure portion of Professor Layton vs. Ace Attorney, and this time Level-5 and Capcom's heroes are taking us to court. Watch as Layton and Wright examine multiple witnesses in the clip after the jump.
On top of the one we saw on Wednesday, Level-5 also posted a look at the adventure sections of Professor Layton vs. Ace Attorney. Watch as the odd pairing talk to people, explore areas for clues, and solve puzzles after the jump.
It's almost time for Professor Layton and Phoenix Wright to team up on Nintendo 3DS in Japan. Their adventure solving mysteries side by side begins on November 29, and Level-5 previews the proceedings with the new 90-second trailer after the jump.
It may not have the same impact as dressing up like Mario, but Penélope Cruz and her sister Mónica are back to promote a Nintendo 3DS game. This time it's Professor Layton and the Miracle Mask, which has Penélope particularly vexed. See if she reaches a revelation after the jump.
Professor Layton vs. Ace Attorney is slated for a November 29 release on Nintendo 3DS in Japan, and a new Tokyo Game Show 2012 trailer shows plenty of animation to kick off a solid preview of the crossover. Peep the slick anime stylings followed by a sampling of gameplay, all with English subtitles, in the clip after the jump.
After an ad on the back cover of Japanese gaming mag Famitsu teased a potential date with a puzzle last week, folks began speculating that Professor Layton vs. Ace Attorney would finally make its Nintendo 3DS debut in Japan this November. Turns out those super sleuths were spot on, so read on for more!
While Layton's next 3DS game is said to be his last hurrah, it's not the only one Level-5 is working on right now, as the latest issue of Japanese gaming mag Famitsu reveals an iOS and Android Layton adventure in the making. Read on for more!