Excerpt: "This game is one of the many puzzle games that have been release alongside the Nintendo DS but the problem with the game is that everything goes way too slowly. Let me explain. The games puzzles are very challenging and stimulating but the storyline associated with the game take ages to develop and though this game is seems to be aimed at people of different ages, I believe that many people who buy this game will quickly become board. Instead of ...
Pros: Good puzzles, very challenging, makes you think in different ways
Cons: Poor story you can not engage in, poor soundtrack
Professor Layton and The Curious Village (DS): Professor Layton and the Curious Village - Curious certainly ...
11 July 2009
Summary: Borrowing 'Professor Layton and the Curious Village' as apposed to purchasing it was probably one of the better ideas that I have had of recent. Where I did have a few hours of enjoyment playing the game, I cannot see myself being satisfied in spending alot of my time attempting to complete the game.
Professor Layton and The Curious Village (DS): One of the worst DS games around
8 January 2009
Summary: I received this game as a Christmas present after seeing a number of television adverts for it. *COST* Over Christmas people were selling this game for over £50 on ebay because no one could buy it anywhere else. It was so popular nearly everywhere had sold out. Now its being sold for £27.99+ depending on where you purchase this from. *THE GAME* The game is based on Professor Layton and his young sidekick Luke.