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Professor Layton vs Phoenix Wright Ace Attorney review (3DS)
25 October 2014
Excerpt: The term "info dump" refers to the point in a story where instead of showing the audience what happened, the characters or narrator start lecturing. This process can take up whole paragraphs of text or, in the case of Professor Layton vs. Phoenix Wright on the Nintendo 3DS, whole hours of play.
Excerpt: Video game crossovers can be some of the most complex things to try and pull off. Why? Each franchise has its own look and feel. Professor Layton vs Phoenix Wright Ace Attorney works diligently to weave gamers through a story that uses both franchises.
Conclusion: Concept: The kings of Nintendo portable adventure unite for an unlikely crossover
Graphics: Detailed 3D characters, imaginative environments, and impressive animated cutscenes provide a visual treat for fans
Sound: Classic theme songs blend with catchy new tracks and solid voice acting
Summary: Professor Layton and Ace Attorney—two offbeat series that began on Nintendo handhelds and found their initial success there. The professor got his start on the DS way back in 2007 as a mind-bending collection of Mensa-esque puzzles wrapped in a quant, Sherlock Holmes-style plot about a mysterious...
Summary: Gentlemanly and Objectiony You got chocolate in my peanut butter! You got peanut butter in my chocolate! Reese's Peanut Butter Cups are great. Personally, my favorite part is the edge, as long as you still get a little bit of peanut butter along with it.
Excerpt: Professor Layton vs Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney is a wonderful collaboration between Level 5 and Capcom, combining the gameplay and characters from two highly successful series to create a game that should please fans of both, and perhaps introduce fans of one to the other.
Professor Layton vs Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Review
23 March 2014
Excerpt: Professor Layton vs Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney is the dictionary definition of lovely. It’s the kind of game you settle down to play on a rainy night, whilst sinking into a big armchair with a big steaming mug of tea next to you.