If there's one game we think you should be interested in this month, it's Professor Layton vs. Phoenix Wright - we love it enough that much of ONM 106 is dedicated, in true courtroom style, to proving just why that's the case.
UPDATE: We've received word that some shipments of the magazine have been sent to shops late, meaning you may not be able to find a copy before next week. We're very sorry for the delay, and will keep you up to date as and when we know more.
Our first piece of evidence is a glowing review of the game, which leads a review section with full rundowns of Yoshi's New Island, Steel Diver: Sub Wars, The LEGO movie Videogame and more.
Next we have a key witness in the form of Phoenix Wright creator and lead scenario writer Shu Takumi, who takes the stand with anecdotes about voice acting, his next game and Hideki Kamiya's ego.
Then there's a presentation of evidence in our detective showdown, which could prove, once and for all, that Layton and Wright are greatest mystery solvers in Nintendo history.
And now I have to abandon this metaphor, because there's so much more besides. From a giant interview feature with the creators of the Dynasty Warriors series - explaining just why Hyrule Warriors is such a perfect crossover - to our packed previews section, which looks at Sonic Boom, Bayonetta, Monolith's X and more, we're looking ahead to the most exciting games still to come this year.
Then there's our A-Z of Smash Bros., a rundown of every minor detail you might have missed in the run-up to the year's next big franchise crossover, plus a Rewind looking back at the original Yoshi's Island, the 10 best non-Mario karting games, and our twisted take on the Layton crossovers we could see next.
Oh! And given that the game says it's Layton vs. Wright, we've got a free poster that forces you to make the decision - which side will you take?
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