Reviews and Problems with Professor Layton and the Azran Legacy
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5 March 2015
Summary: What a disappointment. Now, I really loved the other Layton games, Miracle Mask especially. So when I heard this would be the final game, I was somewhat saddened, but was also excited for what Level 5 would think up for this grand finale.
Summary: Nothing changed from previous games. If you enjoyed the previous ones, you will enjoy this. If not, then this games is not going to change your mind. I loved this one. Puzzles are amazing. There ate lots of them. You will keep busy for hours.
Summary: Professor Layton and the Azran Legacy is a great ending to the series that will be remembered for years to come. At its heart it doesn’t stray far from what Professor Layton has always been, but that’s for the best and it makes it a solid finale.
Summary: A great game and a must have for any fan of the Professor Layton series. Far from the best, it was still quite enjoyable. Unfortunately, unlike most of the other games, the plot is the most cliched and unimaginative of them all, but I can forgive that when the game is so undeniably beautiful.
Summary: This game is one of those few games that has lasting appeal. The puzzles are challenging but also fun. I had my doubts about getting it but it was better than i expected. The story line was good but not as good as the previous game.
Summary: Just going to put it out there, but Chapter 4 was plain boring. It almost seems like it was thrown in there as an attempt to stretch out the length of the game without actually needing to further the main story; the characters were forgettable and you didn't care about these side stories, and at...
Summary: Azran Legacy is truly a fitting end to an amazing series. Clever puzzles and superb music and animation mixed with a compelling story and a less linear structure put this among the very best Layton games out there, and up with the best games on the 3DS.
Summary: This is easily the worst Layton game but with a series as good as this that just means that its worst title is a decent one. The plot starts with tons of promise but takes a back seat in the middle of the game for series of smaller problems for layton and the gang to solve.
Summary: Great storyline completion. Of course the number of puzzles reduced due to greater attention to the storyline (can sprint as minus), but recycled and puzzles themselves look much fresher than in the Miracle Mask.