Gathering all of the clues about the upcoming puzzler.
The wait for what many would refer to as another proper Professor Layton title has been a long one. The initial DS trilogy captured (and then broke) our hearts before the prequels came around and kept our love for the series going across a further three games — even if the jump to the 3D art style took some getting used to.
But the last one of these, Professor Layton and the Azran Legacy, was way back in 2013, an eye-watering ten years ago. Sure, we had Layton’s Mystery Journey: Katrielle and the Millionaire’s Conspiracy ported over to Switch in 2019, but that was always going to be more of a spinoff from the main story with no Hershel, no Luke, and (arguably) no intrigue on the puzzles.
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