Famitsu has some lovely new screens for The Devil’s Flute

By Stephany Nunneley, Saturday, 21 November 2009 19:45 GMT


Famitsu has some new Professor Layton screens up for The Devil’s Flute or Flute of Malevolent Destiny as it’s likely to be called when it leaves Japan – where it’s known as The Specter’s Flute.

OK, we’re confused now.

Moving right along, it’s the fourth Professor Layton game, and is the start of a new trilogy with The Devil’s Flute taking place three years before The Curious Village.

The screens are through the link above, and all looking at each one does is make us wonder when the hell The Last Time Travel will be released elsewhere.

Japan has had the third game in the series since 2008, and it’s high time it was shared with us.

Via GoNintendo.

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