Summary: Very addictive, a huge time-waster, but I hope it keeps the little grey cells active! A nice little story with lots of puzzles of varying difficulty along the way. Very much like the others in the series, but none the worse for that. Recommended!
The Lost Future will enthrall you from beginning to end.
11 February 2014
Excerpt: Professor Layton and The Lost Future is the third game in a charming series of puzzle games for the DS but the first one that I have had the pleasure of playing through. The game could best be described as a point and click adventure in which you take control of an intrepid gentleman and his teenage sidekick Luke, who are struggling to uncover the mystery behind a letter from the future.
Summary: I enjoyed the puzzles and found that the storyline was good and kept my interest. I have now played several Layton games and frankly they are all pretty similar, but a fun way to spend a few hours.
Professor Layton and the Lost Future (nintendo DS)
yvonne ashworth, amazon.co.uk
18 January 2014
Summary: I aready own the first two games. This follows on in the same theme. I love all the puzzles, some hard some easy. I have been playing for a couple of hours now and i am thoroughly enjoying it. So easy to pick up and put down during a cofee break in between doing your housework.I would recommend it for all ages. Especially the older generation as it keeps your brain ticking over after retirement. Very good for all ages to take on holiday. For those siesta times.