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!
Excerpt: Having received a ds for Christmas 2008 I played and played it then the novelty wore off, I'd played the games and completed most of them and the rest were repetitive. My son has now discovered by ds and likes to play some of the games. I took him to get him a proper child's game at the weekend and also got myself Professor Layton's Pandora's box game. I had played the previous Professor layton and enjoyed it so couldn't wait to get home and start playing it.
Summary: Bought for my little sister who loves the first game. She found the puzzles challenging and still plays it to this day as a way to keep her mind ticking. Better than Brain Training and much more fun.
Summary: My children bought me this for Christmas and not having played any previous Professor Layton games, I found this a charming game to play and very addictive. It has some slightly annoying features, such as, despite searching for games on each screen, there were always some which eluded me until the end and so the challenges were not completed in numerical order.