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New Professor Layton And The Azran Legacies trailer shows puzzle

Not long to go until the final Layton game is released in Japan

There are just under three weeks to go until Professor Layton And The Azran Legacies is released in Japan and Level 5 are building up to the Professor's final adventure by releasing a new video.

This trailer shows one of the puzzles you'll have to complete if you are to help Layton stop Bronov Reinel and his military corporation targent.


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  1. ledreppe Friday 8th Feb 2013 at 10:09

    Looks like a pretty bog standard Layton puzzle. But I play Layton for the story and I'm sure it'll be really good, it has to be it's the last Layton ever.

  2. shy guy 64 Friday 8th Feb 2013 at 10:28


  3. MartinIsAwesome Friday 8th Feb 2013 at 15:39

    I love how much more animated Luke is this time after solving the puzzle. And the puzzle itself is one of my favourite types!

  4. WOLFENFTW Monday 11th Feb 2013 at 20:34

    Really looking forward to this but if Japans only getting it in 2 weeks then I doubt we'll get it till next year :( .

    Don't care as long as we get Layton v Wright this year :D

  5. Scraggy man Thursday 14th Feb 2013 at 19:34

    I dont want Layton to end it was a surprise but I like this man and his hat. Stay with us Layton!

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