Reviews and Problems with Professor Layton and Pandora's Box
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Value for money 8
Sound quality 8
Appealing, Frustrating But Very Entertaining
3 November 2014
Excerpt: The first Professor Layton game I played was The Lost Future which I received as a Christmas gift and when I saw this one, I had to play. I bought it from an online auction site, eBay for £5 (I think, I can't remember the price fully - sorry) and foolishly gave it away after I played it. I wish I hadn't now!
Summary: Professor Layton and Luke return to solve their second mystery. This instalment is very much more of the same. Some of the puzzles are versions of classics like the Towers of Hanoi and the Knight's Tour in chess, others are variations on puzzles from the first game, such as the sliding block puzzles. But there is plenty of variety and the difficulty level felt about the same to me.
Professor Layton and the Willing Suspension of Disbelief
The Lilac Pilgrim, amazon.co.uk
8 January 2014
Summary: In the second installment of the Professor Layton series, the eponymous scholar and his self-proclaimed apprentice receive a troubling letter from Dr. Andrew Schrader, the mentor to our gentlemanly hero. The letter tells of a box which is thought to kill anyone who opens it. Believing he has the answer as to why, the doctor plans to open the box. The worried duo rush to his aid, only to find him dead at the scene.