Professor Layton and the Curious Village (2007)
"Reiton kyôju to fushigi na machi" (original title)

Video Game  -  Adventure | Mystery  -  10 February 2008 (USA)
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The game's plot revolves around Professor Layton and his young assistant Luke. The pair are invited to St. Mystere by Lady Dahlia, widow of the late Baron Reinhold, to solve the mystery of ... See full summary »

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Cast

Credited cast:
Yô Ôizumi ...
Maki Horikita ...
Luke Triton (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Maria Darling ...
Luke Triton (voice)
Minoru Inaba ...
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Motomu Kiyokawa ...
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Professor Layton / Don Paolo (voice)
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Luke Triton / Flora (voice)
Mamiko Noto ...
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Shiro Saito ...
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Atsuko Tanaka ...
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The game's plot revolves around Professor Layton and his young assistant Luke. The pair are invited to St. Mystere by Lady Dahlia, widow of the late Baron Reinhold, to solve the mystery of the Golden Apple. The Baron stated in his last will and testament that whosoever should solve the mystery would inherit everything he possessed, but no one in the town has any idea what this Golden Apple is. Written by Christopher Robin Miller

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Solve brainteasers to crack the case! See more »

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[In the cottage at the top of the tower, the mysterious girl reveals herself to be the young girl in the portrait at the Manor]
Luke: What's this! What's going on here?
Professor Layton (English Version): My boy, what you see here is the Golden Apple herself!
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In the UK version, the credits are accompanied by a series of drawings depicting the characters in situations which occur both during and after the game. See more »

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Okay to some degree, but some of those brain teasers made me want to pierce the ds with the stylus.
21 November 2008 | by See all my reviews

Yes, for the most part all this game consists of is you going up to a person and them giving you a random brain teaser. Nothing all that special about it, the teasers range from rather easy to insanely difficult. So you feel really smart and accomplished one moment and the next you feel like a moron. To much of the game is just a repeat of this process with the brain teasers just coming out of no where not really having a bearing on what you are doing to solve the case. You are just handed a random puzzle out of the blue, I was thinking they would be incorporated more in solving the case and be relevant to what you were doing. So what is the story? Professor Layton is summoned to a mysterious village to sort the details of the passing of a wealthy man there. Apparently, the man who passed left something of extreme value in the town and some of his family wishes for him to find it as it seems to be only findable when you figure out random clues scattered through the town. So there you have it, actually the story is a highpoint as I wanted to know the secret of the town and the mysterious tower in the middle of town. I kind of suspected something was up with the townsfolk, however the end of the game was a bit of a surprise. This game would have been more fun though had they incorporated brain teasers into the town where they were relevant to what you were doing.


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