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Professor Layton and The Azran Legacy (Nintendo 3DS)

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Platform : Nintendo 3DS
4.7 out of 5 stars 224 customer reviews

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  • Solve puzzles in order to discover the puzzle behind the secretive Targent agency and uncover the mystery of the Azran civilisation! The final chapter of the Professor Layton series takes puzzle solving around the globe in the gentleman professor's most ambitious outing to date.
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  • Platform: Nintendo 3DS
  • BBFC Rating: Universal, suitable for all
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1
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  • ASIN: B00BB9QIDM
  • Release Date: 8 Nov. 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (224 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 315 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

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JOIN PROFESSOR LAYTON ONE LAST TIME ON AN UNFORGETTABLE PUZZLE-PACKED VOYAGE AROUND THE WORLD!

Solve puzzles in order to discover the puzzle behind the secretive Targent agency and uncover the mystery of the Azran civilisation! The final chapter of the Professor Layton series takes puzzle solving around the globe in the gentleman professor’s most ambitious outing to date. After receiving a mysterious letter claiming that a living mummy has been discovered, Professor Layton and his team head to a city nestled in the frigid Arctic. There, they release a young lady encased in a prison of ice, setting in motion a grand adventure aboard an airship that will take them to spectacular places as they solve the mysteries of ancient civilisations

Features

  • Over 500 puzzles, 150 new puzzles in the game, as well as 385 daily downloadable puzzles!
  • There are three new minigames in the Professor’s Trunk to enjoy during the adventure
  • Dress Up: play fashion consultant to an assortment of colourful characters you meet on your travels. Mix and match the items you find to create the perfect outfit for each character.
  • Nut Roller: take control of a squirrel who needs to manoeuvre her delicious walnut into a goal on an obstacle course. Roll rocks and acorns around the courses to take out obstacles and to push the walnut towards the goal.
  • Blooms and Shrooms: tend to a flower garden with a difference, one that is filled with surprising flora. Deftly plant flowers in specific positions to avoid noxious shrooms and fill the garden with beautiful blooms to win.
  • New Treasure Hunt mode, allows you to share challenges with other players of Professor Layton and the Azran Legacy via StreetPass encounters. During your adventure you will be able to collect up to 100 objects, which you can challenge others to locate within their own games via StreetPass. This blend of memory and exploration also rewards fellow Professor Layton fans with prizes, such as 3D objects to decorate your airship with or hotel tickets that reveal special dream sequences with fan-favourite characters of past games

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    Professor Layton and the Azran Legacy is absolutely amazing and does the whole series proud, and one of my favorites of the series. Full of tough puzzles that will have you thinking all day and a brilliant storyline. If you enjoyed the other Professor Layton games, you will definitely enjoy this one!

    BUT... If you haven't yet played a Professor Layton game, play them in the original order (Curious Village, Pandora's Box, Lost Future, Specter's Flute, Miracle Mask, Azran Legacy)because everything will make sense and you wont be totally confused at the end of this game.

    The whole series is fantastic though!
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    I freely admit that I am a HUGE fan of the Professor Layton games - and have all of them for my 3DS. I loved this one and have completed the main adventure. This has to be one of my favourite Professor Layton games - but I usually think that as each one comes out - I thoroughly enjoyed playing it and would heartily recommend it to anyone who enjoys puzzle games :)
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    Not gonna lie, I have barely touched the title yet. However the main reason of writing this review was to try and clear up some of the confusion surrounding the title before people rush out, buying it and then flooding the review section with negative reviews because they didn't ensure it works on their console.

    It will ONLY work on the 3DS, 3DS XL and the newly released 2DS consoles. Not your DS, DSi, DS Lite or DS XL. The older consoles have more or less been phased out now so it made sense for them to upgrade it. The same goes for Miracle Mask and the upcoming Professor Layton vs Phoenix Wright title early next year. The 3DS console is much more powerful than the DS allowing much more content in the game and for you, more complex puzzles and features to the title.

    The title itself is similar to other Layton games in that a strong, heart tugging (this is essentially the last proper title in the series) narrative is entwined in a series of tricky, fun puzzles. This time the game has over 500 puzzles (around 150 in-game and the remainder are daily puzzles for you to test your mettle against every day.) fans of Layton's previous adventures will feel right at home.
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    As others have already stated, the latest - and last - game in the Professor Layton series is just as good, if not better than the games that came before it. I have played all the Layton games since the first one was released in the UK years ago, and I can honestly say that if you enjoy puzzle games in general, you'll enjoy this game. If you like a good storyline to go with your puzzles, then you definitely need to pick up this game.

    The graphics are sharp and clean, the music charming as always (like the other Layton games), the puzzles are sufficiently tough enough that even when you come across another puzzle similar to one you've solved before, it'll still tease the little grey cells the second (or third!) time around.

    I can't recommend this game enough; however, like others have said as well, if you've never played a single Layton game before, it's probably not a good idea to start with this one. Play them in chronological order of when they were released to get the most out of the main plot of this series.
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    Fans of Professor Layton will have a good idea of what to expect....puzzles, cute animation and a dash of humour.

    I was amazed at the size of the adventure - so many places to explore! There is much more freedom in moving around - once you have started the game 'proper' you can choose which order to visit various 'lands' and return at will.

    There are plenty of old familiar characters to meet and loads of new ones too.

    As usual you get three mini games to play - a dressing up game which was just collecting items of clothing from various people (given after answering a puzzle) and then almost by trial and error designing outfits for people.....the other two games - a cute squirrel nut-rolling game and a flower-planting game are much better - and require some real thought and skill.

    This story completes the second (and final?) Layton Trilogy - and it really does tie things up neatly....the identity of Descole is revealed (and is quite the shocker!)...and the strange and sinister group of Targent is also explained (be prepared for another shock!)...and one revelation about Targent (someone working for them ) had me gasping!

    You get a complex storyline...hundreds of puzzles (once the game is complete you get daily puzzles too!)....3 mini games...plus 2 collect-the-object games (one uses street-pass)...maybe not the cheapest game out there, but well worth the money in my opinion.

    All in all, a fitting end for the good Professor.....Although I am eagerly hoping to see Leyton v Ace Attorney next year perhaps?
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    At least two 1 star reviews by people who bought it and tried to play on the wrong console. If you bought the game and don't have a 3DS you are an idiot. No fault but your own. Getting frustrated by your own stupidity and leaving a 1 star review makes you look childish and even more stupid.

    I am leaving a review of your stupidity for buying a game that you are not capable of playing. 5 Stars, totally stupid.
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