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Submitted by JMoneyPN 451d ago | review

Review: Professor Layton & the Azran Legacy (Pure Nintendo)

Pure Nintendo: "Professor Layton is hanging up his top hat for what we have been told is his final adventure. Being an English gentleman myself, I will miss having a tea-drinking hero who enjoys the finer things in life in an industry congested with macho, gun-toting lead characters. Professor Layton and the Azran Legacy may not be the most cohesive or charming tale we’ve seen the puzzle solving Professor undergo, but the game’s amusing dialogue, endearing cast of characters and abundance of content all help to make Professor Layton and the Azran a solid title and a fitting conclusion to the Layton legacy. Professor Layton will be greatly missed but certainly not forgotten." (3DS, Professor Layton and the Azran Legacy) 8/10

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