Right, I love Layton. But why do they always change the name of the game depending on where it’s released. Today is my Professor Layton and the Lost Future review. That would be ‘Unwound Future’ for those of you who played ‘Diabolical’ rather than ‘Pandora’s’ Box.
Professor Layton and the Lost Future Box Art
Compared to Past Games: An improvement on both.
Even the mini-games? …No. Sorry. That was a lie.
Hi all, it’s been a while, I know. Today I’m going to do one of those rare ‘not a review’ type posts.
I’m going to post about these things: mini-games. Love ’em, or hate ’em?
This is one of the better mini-games
Heck, yeah it’s now time for my Professor Layton and Pandora’s Box review. You know I would marry Layton yeah?
Better or Worse than Curious Village: Almost everything about the game improves in this one.
Pandora, like in Avatar? Yeah, in Europe this was known as ‘Pandora’s Box’ (as in the Greek Myth) rather the ‘the Diabolical Box’.
Welcome to my review of a game that everyone who plays it likes. It’s my Professor Layton and the Curious Village review.
How much do you love Layton? I want to marry him. Not a lie. I’d settle for him reading me bedtime stories because his voice is pretty amazing.
Is this a difficult game? I’d say it’s challenging, but not impossible in the slightest. It’s a great way to find your logical strengths and weaknesses.