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Old 25-09-2014, 08:27 AM   #1
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Default [Review] Professor Layton vs Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney (Nintendo 3DS)

http://www.uk-anime.net/games/Profes...endo_3DS).html

Do we have any objection to this game franchise cross-over?
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A very good read. I think it's a pretty classy cross over but i'm more a Phoenix Wright fan than a Layton fan. Question actually, i know that you mention about using hint coins and that the game is a back-seat in terms of difficulty regarding the puzzles but are there still noodle scratchers? Layton has obviously always been about the re-donkulous puzzles that make me seem inept at anything but i always felt victorious when i finally did it. Although, the Wright sections interest me more. Would you recommend at full price or wait for a drop?
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Question actually, i know that you mention about using hint coins and that the game is a back-seat in terms of difficulty regarding the puzzles but are there still noodle scratchers? Layton has obviously always been about the re-donkulous puzzles that make me seem inept at anything but i always felt victorious when i finally did it.
Yep, some of the puzzles are still real head-scratchers. I'm not ashamed to admit I dropped a few hit coins on some of them. THe main thing is that the individual puzzles are not repeated much, which actually helps keep the game fresh!

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Although, the Wright sections interest me more. Would you recommend at full price or wait for a drop?
Full price is a fair ask for this game. I certainly felt like I got my moneys worth!
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Excellentay. Good to know thanks. Always baffled me though why handheld games go above and beyond 30 though D:
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