Professor Layton and the Azran Legacy News



  • Soapbox Professor Layton And The Psychology Of Puzzle Solving

    Warning: Spoilers contained within!

    Like many others, the Nintendo DS has a special place in my heart. Preoccupying me for hours over several years, that little plastic plaything accompanied me here, there and everywhere and with it, my strange assortment of games. As a kid, often what was advertised to me were games featuring brands like Pokémon...

  • Poll Vote For Your Favourite Professor Layton Game

    Professor Layton and the Public Vote

    With Level-5's celebrated Professor Layton puzzle series due to arrive on Switch imminently with Layton's Mystery Journey: Katrielle and the Millionaires' Conspiracy - Deluxe Edition, a port of the 2017 3DS original, what better time to look back at the Layton clan's back catalogue? With two trilogies of games...








  • News Nintendo Australia Announces EB Expo 2013 Lineup

    Plenty for Aussie gamers to get excited about

    Nintendo of Australia has revealed its lineup for the Sydney EB Expo 2013, and there's no shortage of great Nintendo content for those attending to look forward to. Confirmed to be playable for the 3DS are The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds, Sonic Lost World and Professor Layton and the Azran...






  • Video Professor Layton's Final Adventure Looks Suitably Epic

    Hits Japanese stores on 28th February

    It could be a good while before those of us in the West get to sample the delights of Professor Layton and the Azran Legacies, apparently the final adventure with the famous hat-wearing puzzle solver. It arrives in Japan in just a few days, so as a result the promotional videos are going into overdrive...



  • News New Professor Layton Title Confirmed for 3DS

    The Professor's final puzzle

    During today's Nintendo Direct in Japan, it was confirmed that a new Professor Layton title will arrive on 3DS, in Japan, some time in 2013. Its title is Professor Layton Choubunmei to A no Isan, which roughly translates to Professor Layton and the Remains of an Advanced Civilisation, though we expect a snappier title...