Reviews and Problems with Professor Layton and the Unwound Future
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Definitely the best of the first three Layton games
J. Cohen, Amazon
29 October 2014
Summary: Definitely the best of the first three Layton games. The most inventive puzzles with the biggest variety, a crazy-weird story that you'll never expect, and side-games which are lots of fun too.
Summary: But the endings are always so stupid. They add in twists that just don't make a whole lot of sense, and the characters act completely irrationally. The puzzles and build up is good, but the endings always disappoint for me.
Summary: I got this game for my 9yo, and it's great; it really makes her think and challenges her, while entertaining her with the storyline. The only problem is the game was supposed to be new and when the package arrived the game was wrapped and had a tag that said "NEW" but when we opened it and placed...
Summary: while i havent played all of the availabel layton titles i have played played the diaboloical box. and i enjoyed the pcaing. it wanst a linear game in the sense i HAD to go from point a to point b.
Summary: Well, despite the fact that I don't really care much for brain teaser type puzzles on their own, I've become hooked on the Professor Layton series for it's lovable characters and interesting stories. So, I'm now determined to work my way through the whole game series.
Summary: I have always enjoyed the Professor Layton games. The puzzles range from incredibly easy to the occasional stumper. It is definitely for someone who enjoys the feeling of accomplishment you get when you solved a puzzle by twisting your thinking.