Comments on: Professor Layton and the Curious Village /2008/03/04/professor-layton-and-the-curious-village/ Spotlight's Game Reviews Fri, 25 Jul 2008 08:04:10 +0000 http://wordpress.org/?v=2.5.1 By: Ashlynn Oberholtzer /2008/03/04/professor-layton-and-the-curious-village/#comment-863 Ashlynn Oberholtzer Mon, 02 Jun 2008 18:23:04 +0000 /2008/03/04/professor-layton-and-the-curious-village/#comment-863 Professor Layton and the Curious Village is fun, brain-teasing puzzle game made for all ages. Professor Layton and his young assistant, Luke, find their way into village "St. Mystere". Their job is to solve the case of a baron's hidden treasure, and it's not as easy as it sounds. In order to solve the case, Professor Layton and Luke have to solve many puzzles and riddles to unlock doors, gain items, and and other obstacles on the adventure. This game is a fantastic for people who love solving mysteries and puzzles. There are more than 100 puzzles and riddles to solve, and you can get more by downloading them off of Nintendo WFC(one new puzzle is created each week). You can find most of the puzzles by travling around the town, but you can also visit "Granny Riddleton's Shack", a place where you find all kinds of different puzzles. The game isn't graphic or violent, but a few scenes make you jump. The character's all have they're own personalites, and you can not only read their speech bubble, but you can hear them through your Nintendo DS's speakers. I personally think this is a unique part of the game. It doesn't take a long time to get used to the game at all, it's easy to figure out! After all, the main thing you're doing is solving puzzles. Hopefully, that isn't confusing to you... In the end, there's a special twist that's a little spine-shivering, but it's a well thought out part of the mystery! My Ratings: <strong>Overall:</strong> 4.5 Stars <strong> Rating:</strong> 4 of 5 (good) <strong>Gameplay:</strong> 5 of 5 (excellent) <strong>Violence:</strong> 4 of 5 (barely present) <strong>Adult Content:</strong> 5 of 5 (none) Professor Layton and the Curious Village is fun, brain-teasing puzzle game made for all ages. Professor Layton and his young assistant, Luke, find their way into village “St. Mystere”. Their job is to solve the case of a baron’s hidden treasure, and it’s not as easy as it sounds. In order to solve the case, Professor Layton and Luke have to solve many puzzles and riddles to unlock doors, gain items, and and other obstacles on the adventure.

This game is a fantastic for people who love solving mysteries and puzzles. There are more than 100 puzzles and riddles to solve, and you can get more by downloading them off of Nintendo WFC(one new puzzle is created each week). You can find most of the puzzles by travling around the town, but you can also visit “Granny Riddleton’s Shack”, a place where you find all kinds of different puzzles.
The game isn’t graphic or violent, but a few scenes make you jump. The character’s all have they’re own personalites, and you can not only read their speech bubble, but you can hear them through your Nintendo DS’s speakers. I personally think this is a unique part of the game.
It doesn’t take a long time to get used to the game at all, it’s easy to figure out! After all, the main thing you’re doing is solving puzzles. Hopefully, that isn’t confusing to you…
In the end, there’s a special twist that’s a little spine-shivering, but it’s a well thought out part of the mystery!

My Ratings:
Overall: 4.5 Stars
Rating: 4 of 5 (good)
Gameplay: 5 of 5 (excellent)
Violence: 4 of 5 (barely present)
Adult Content: 5 of 5 (none)

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By: pokemon /2008/03/04/professor-layton-and-the-curious-village/#comment-538 pokemon Thu, 27 Mar 2008 10:07:30 +0000 /2008/03/04/professor-layton-and-the-curious-village/#comment-538 I have just bought this game and love it. Beautifully made. Some of the puzzles are really hard, real brain benders. I have just bought this game and love it. Beautifully made.
Some of the puzzles are really hard, real brain benders.

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