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Capcom's beloved defense attorney returns for a high-stakes, surprisingly emotional trilogy-ending courtroom adventure that no series fan will object to.
This 3DS exclusive catches lightning in a bottle with a charming mix of Pokémon and lighthearted mystery adventure.
The visual novel series from Japan is back with a new mystery anthology, but even the pretense of gameplay is found lacking this time around.
The next generation of Layton adventures inherits many of the same good qualities, though it’s still dogged by poor integration.
The revived Japanese port is bigger and gorier than ever, though more an old-school visual novel than interactive adventure.
The Zero Escape finale offers more of the same enjoyable visual novel adventuring but includes some perplexing design decisions for the worse.
This extremely short and disappointing 3DS detective mystery from former Cing designers never really builds up any momentum.
Jake Hunter has been slacking.
No matter how old you are, you probably know who Pikachu is, but most probably consider the cute little squeaky-voiced Pokémon critter to belong to the exclusive d...
It's never a good thing when an acclaimed developer like Cing closes down, as happened back in 2010 when the popular Japanese studio was forced into bankruptcy.
With Professor Layton off moonlighting with Phoenix Wright recently, it's been left to the younger generation of Laytons to pick up the slack.
It's been far too long since the last solo effort from everyone's favourite pointy-haired defense attorney.
Fresh off the success of its recent Kickstarter campaign, Mysterious Cities of Gold: Secret Paths is being localised into English and will soon be coming to the PC and ...
What's better then confirmation of a brand new Professor Layton adventure in English speaking territories? How about confirmation of TWO? And what's still bette...
Rating by TimovieMan posted on Jul 21, 2014
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