Reviews and Problems with Professor Layton and the Unwound Future
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These games are always great to the end
Tim E, Amazon
28 January 2014
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: When professor Layton first graced the ds, accompanied with a guerilla add campaign, i was excited. Truth be told I dusted off my little handheld and within the first week of release, I held my copy in my hand all the way home (while driving). The game was fun, puzzles where challenging and I felt smarter for completing some of the harder ones without the help of guides and a minimal amount of coins. Then Diabolical box was announced for stateside release.
Summary: I just got DSiXL for myself since I like puzzles and was looking for something to do while watching TV. I belong to the, ahem, over 50 crowd, and this is my first DSi game, and I have to say I'm really enjoying it. I don't have anything to compare it with, of course, except for the games I've seen featuring Mario that my nephews play with non-stop, so I don't know if I'm the best person to be giving a review.
Summary: I know a few others consider this to be a step down from previous games, in my mind it fixed a lot of things and broke a few others. Unwound Future picks up where Professor Layton and the Diabolical Box left off, mostly. This time, you are witness to what appears to be the invention of a decade...a real life time machine. A catastrophe occurs, and the mayor and the scientist disappear.
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. That brings me to this game, Professor Layton and the Unwound Future, the third installment in the series. Given the past two entries, I only have good expectations for this one!