GDC: Level 5 confirms Western Layton sequels on way

By Mike, Thursday, 26 March 2009 08:34 GMT

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According to MCV, Level 5’s confirmed that the sequel to much-loved DS puzzler Professor Layton and the Curious Village – Professor Layton and the Diabolical Box – will be heading west within the next six months.

The third part of the series will reach us next year, apparently.

Bit more through here.

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