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Submitted by NYC_Gamer 431d ago | review

GameInformer- Layton Brothers: Mystery Room Review

GI:Professor Layton built his reputation as a gentleman puzzle-solver, but his son doesn’t waste his time listening to riddles from random citizens. Instead of tackling a barrage of puzzles, Alfendi Layton examines whodunit scenarios that unfold like interactive novels. The shift in format means that Layton Brothers: Mystery Room is related to the Layton series in name only, and it doesn’t have the same kind of charm. (iPad, iPhone, Layton Brothers: Mystery Room) 7/10

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