As previously reported, Professor Layton and the Curious Village is coming to smartphones. Here is the debut trailer. The app will be released on iOS and Android next month in Japan. No word yet on an international release.
Professor Layton and the Curious Village, originally released on the Nintendo DS in 2007, is getting an HD remaster for smartphones in Japan. Tilted Professor Layton and the Curious Village EXHD for Smartphone, the app’s release date is TBA. No word yet if it will be out internationally.
This spring, a Layton’s Mystery Journey anime series debuts in Japan and follows the adventures of Professor Layton’s daughter, Katrielle Layton.
Here’s a puzzle: Why does a game that, DLC included, costs $39 on mobile in July cost $48 on 3DS in October?
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Professor Layton is back! Well, it’s actually his daughter Katrielle this time around. But other than that, Layton’s Mystery Journey is the return of everybody’s favorite London-based puzzle adventure game series. Here are my first impressions, about 5 hours in.
The Pen-Pineapple-Apple-Pen guy is doing puzzles to mark the upcoming release of Layton’s Mystery Journey: Katrielle and the Millionaire’s Conspiracy. This particular one seems kind of tricky!
Here’s the latest trailer for Layton Mystery Journey: Katrielle and the Millionaire’s Conspiracy, which features loads of wonderful animation from A-1 Pictures. The iOS and Android versions will be released in the US on July 20.
Following yesterday evening’s news that the next game in the Professor Layton series will hit Japan on July 20, publisher Level-5 has now revealed that the new game starring the professor’s daughter will be available worldwide that very day—on iOS and Android, but not Nintendo 3DS.
The next Professor Layton game is releasing July 20 in Japan for 3DS. Starring the professor’s daughter, the logic-puzzle adventure was formerly titled Lady Layton but is now called Layton Mystery Journey: Katrielle and the Millionaire’s Conspiracy. A Western release is planned, but no date yet.
Level-5's Layton series has a new protagonist. Meet Lady Layton.
There’s a new Professor Layton in development, reports Famitsu. The game, which is apparently part of the mainline series, doesn’t seem as though it will star Layton as its protagonist. Details are scant and more will be revealed next month at the Level-5 Vision event in Japan.
“Basically, from here on out, we want to make our games totally compatible with smart phones,” Level-5 founder Akihiro Hino recently told Nikkei Trendy. Hino also said it was necessary to bring console versions over, adding that recently children have been playing games on the smartphone.
Proving once again that life is miserable and full of pain, the folks at publisher Level-5 announced this morning that the upcoming Fantasy Life 2 and Professor Layton 7 will both be for smartphones.
This April, Level-5 will holding its own expo in Japan and will announce a handful of new titles.
Reader PKGINGO has a Shiba Inu, Menchi, and last year the pooch dressed as Link for Halloween. This year? Professor Layton. This is the coolest dog I have never met.
If Professor Layton vs. Phoenix Wright were a peanut butter and jelly sandwich, it'd be one of those sandwiches where the peanut butter is all shoved to one side and the jelly congeals on the other, so when you take a bite you can taste either peanut butter or jelly.
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