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Professor Layton & the Curious Village Latest News - DS

  • Publisher: Nintendo
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  • Release Date:Feb 11, 2008
  • # of Players:1 player
  • ESRB:E - Everyone (Mild Violence)
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Game Description:Who knows what mysteries this village holds? The Curious Village is home to over 130 puzzles that you'll try and solve with help from the sharp-minded Professor Layton. Weave your way through mazes, solve riddles, decipher riddles, and unravel logic problems using the DS touch screen and stylus. And with new puzzles available for download each week, the Village is a place you can call home for a while! A story surrounding the brainteasers unfolds with fully voiced animated scenes that bring the Village to life. With plenty of quirky characters to meet and a hand-drawn artistic style, you'll find plenty of small-town charm to enjoy.
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Professor Layton & the Curious Village News

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  • Professor Layton Series Has Sold Over 11 Million Copies

    If I've learned nothing else from playing Game Dev Story on my iPhone, I've learned that it's hard to develop a top-selling game. Apparently, game-maker Level-5 read the real-life sales success walkthrough, because the company's Professor Layton series has sold over 11 million copies since the first PL game was launched for the DS in...

    Posted February 17, 2011

    Professor Layton Series Has Sold Over 11 Million Copies
  • Just Try To Object To This Professor Layton Vs. Ace Attorney Trailer

    The announcement yesterday that Level-5 and Capcom are working on a Professor Layton/Phoenix Wright crossover game for the Nintendo 3DS has had me spontaneously bursting into giggle fits since I heard it. So how do you think I’m feeling right now after having watching the below trailer for the unofficially named Professor Layton vs. Ace...

    Posted October 20, 2010

    Just Try To Object To This Professor Layton Vs. Ace Attorney Trailer
  • Level-5 Announces Professor Layton, Ace Attorney 3DS Crossover Title

    Level-5 announced today that it has partnered with Capcom to develop a crossover title for the Nintendo 3DS that will bring together Level-5’s acclaimed Professor Layton series with Capcom’s beloved Ace Attorney franchise into one glorious puzzle solving courtroom drama. Read More?

    Posted October 19, 2010

    Level-5 Announces Professor Layton, Ace Attorney 3DS Crossover Title
  • Level 5 To Open New Office In California

    Level 5, the developer behind the wildly entertaining puzzle series Professor Layton, have announced they will be opening a new office in Santa Monica, California this September. Read More?

    Posted June 2, 2010

    Level 5 To Open New Office In California
  • Trademark Filed For New Professor Layton Game

    If you aren’t a fan of Level 5’s spectacularly whimsical Nintendo DS puzzle-adventure series of Professor Layton games, there’s a good chance you are dead inside. Or, you're just not a fan of the genre. Either way, it means you probably won’t give too Lukes about the recently revealed title for the next installment, which...

    Posted May 21, 2010

    Trademark Filed For New Professor Layton Game
  • Level 5 Has 'No Plans' For Professor Layton Solving Puzzles On Wii

    The Professor Layton series continues to be a moderate but substantial success for developer Level 5 (and Nintendo), but the studio isn't making any waves about brain teasers for Wii. Level 5 CEO Akihiro Hino addressed the possibility in an interview with the UK's Official Nintendo Magazine. "We currently have no plans for a Wii...

    Posted October 8, 2009

    Level 5 Has 'No Plans' For Professor Layton Solving Puzzles On Wii
  • The AIAS Announces The Finalist For The 12th Annual Interactive Achievement Awards

    The Academy of Interactive Arts and Sciences (AIAS) has announced the finalists for the 12th Annual Interactive Achievement Awards. The awards ceremony takes place at the organization's DICE Summit. The lists have most of the games you'd expect: Metal Gear Solid 4, Fallout 3, Left 4 Dead, etc. Leading the way was LittleBigPlanet, which snagged...

    Posted January 23, 2009| 101 Comments

    The AIAS Announces The Finalist For The 12th Annual Interactive Achievement Awards
  • X-Play's Best of 2008 Awards!

    X-Play is proud to present its Best of 2008 Awards on Tuesday, December 9th, at 8PM ET. This sixth annual awards program will highlight the best in gaming throughout the year. ' "It seems commonplace to expect and find every year to improve on the one before," says Adam Sessler, Host and Managing Editor, "X-Play." "But...

    Posted December 5, 2008| 219 Comments

    X-Play's Best of 2008 Awards!
  • X-Play Best of 2008: Best Handheld Game

    Posted: December 9, 2008

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