Would you, by any chance, enjoy looking at 47 new screenshots and artworks from Level-5’s latest puzzling adventure, Professor Layton and the Azran Legacies? Then allow me to direct your attention to Gematsu, which has neatly collated these wonders where your eye can trip merrily over their many and varied forms. The Azran Legacies, alas, has not been confirmed for western release yet, but all the previous core Professor Layton games have made their way beyond Japan, and this latest tale will not even reach Japanese gamers until the end of the month. It is but the second Professor Layton game to grace Nintendo’s 3DS.
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Professor Layton And The Azran Legacies
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