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Two very different gentlemen join forces in a bewitching adventure, packed with challenging brainteasers and dramatic courtroom action.

Solve puzzles to investigate as Professor Layton, present evidence to the judge as Phoenix Wright, and crack the ultimate case!

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Posted by Thomas Whitehead

A puzzling crossover to be solved

It's no surprise that the announcement of Professor Layton Vs. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney back in 2012 in Japan caused quite a buzz among keen Nintendo portable gamers. The two franchises typify much of what made the DS a phenomenal success — even if...

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User Comments (19)

xxx_Kirby_xxx

#4

xxx_Kirby_xxx said:

I NEED THIS. I WILL NOT REST UNTIL I GET THIS. I WILL NOT ALLOW MYSELF NOT TO PLAY THIS. PHOENIX WRIGHT MEETS LAYTON? EPIC!!!! Ahh, Phoenix. <3 According to Maya, his hair is the kind of style you only see in video games. xDDD Maya's epic. Not as epic as Kay though. :3

pkee

#5

pkee said:

This will be great. It will.
How could it not be? The Phoenix Wright and Professor Layton games on the DS were great, this will do doubt take the best bits from both and combine them to make an absolute masterpiece

matsuken717

#9

matsuken717 said:

OMG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! i would love to see how they will pull this off .

SennaKurosaki

#10

SennaKurosaki said:

Ahh, this looks great! I hope this game will get a world-wide release, and not stay limited to Japan. I'm so looking forward to this game... it ain't funny anymore!

geekygamer

#13

geekygamer said:

oh.my.objection/theculpritisyouuu.
LAYTON VS PHOENIX WRIGHT?????AM I DREAMING???????YAAAAAAAAAAY!!

BigDaddysPizza

#16

BigDaddysPizza said:

No release news at this point. Not to worry, Level 5 usually takes between 12-18 months to localize games. Just gotta keep on waiting.

zool

#18

zool said:

Professor Layton would have been ok without the puzzles. That's what put me off the games. Well not all the puzzles maybe, but about 75% of then.

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