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Professor Layton and The Devil's Box Videos and Trailers - DS

Professor Layton and The Devil's Box
  • Publisher: Level-5
  • Genre:Adventure
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  • Release Date:Jan 1, 0001
  • # of Players:1 player
  • ESRB:Rating Pending
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Game Description:The sequel to Professor Layton and the Mysterious Village, this title focuses on a box which kills its openers. Layton goes in to investigate and solve the mystery before it's too late. Devil's Box aims to be improved over its predecessor in most every way, while retaining the same visual style and puzzle-based gameplay mechanics. In the sequel, you'll travel between multiple towns. The game's storyline seems to place the focus an express train that travels between the locals, although you'll find puzzles both on and off the train. In addition to the new storyline and improved presentation, Level 5 has a slew of new puzzles for the game.
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