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Submitted by karamsoul 707d ago | news

Professor Layton Press Release Challenge

James Black writes: "In the world of video-games PR, when a company wants to give information to the press, they usually send out what’s known as a press release. As the PR Manager for SpawnFirst, I read around 20 press releases a day, but this recent one from Nintendo peaked both my curiosity and my interest. At first glance, this Press Release for the recently released Professor Layton and the Azran Legacy seems pretty run-of-the-mill, but after some investigation (and a few clues from Nintendo), I realized that there are actually two puzzles hidden within the text!" (3DS, Professor Layton and the Azran Legacy)

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