Reviews and Problems with Professor Layton and the Last Specter
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but I like all of the Layton series and this is a ...
Hubbell Gardner, Amazon
29 August 2014
Summary: Got stuck ....really stuck ...... on a few of these......Professor Layton does it again.........I just wish they would make these games for another format......one that is bigger .......for the tablets, eReaders or something..........but I like all of the Layton series and this is a good one.
Summary: I am a great fan of the Professor Layton series and received this one as a Christmas gift a few years ago. It has taken me awhile to actually play the game but was able to do so recently. I found an error in the programing that prevents the player from actually unlocking the mini-features.
Summary: The Last Specter is a good game (it's Layton afterall) but if you're familiar with the series then you will notice a slight drop in quality. The puzzles are still very fun and challenging, so there are no complaints there, but for everything considered the game just feels very short and...
Summary: I have played every Professor Layton game up to this point, so I know what I'm talking about when I say that this one isn't quite as good. However, this may just be my personal opinion, as this one contained considerably more visual and linguistic puzzles (I'm a math/science person).
Summary: Well, here it is: the fourth game in the series. I've just finished playing Professor Layton and the Unwound Future, so I figured, "why not just keep going?". So, here I am tackling the last game in the series that is on the old DS platform.
Summary: If you have played and enjoyed the other Prof Layton games then you will want to add this one to your collection. The dapper professor and his faithful apprentice Luke take you through a series of puzzles relating to the mystery of who or what is destroying Luke's home village.
Summary: As the fourth in a series growing more and more tired after every release, Professor Layton and the Last Specter has its work cut out for it. The big story here is the new London Life mode, which is being billed as an "100-hour RPG". But is it enough to satisfy Layton fans?