Platform: Nintendo DS
Release date: September 25
The Nintendo DS seems to have cornered the market on brain-boosting little games, and Professor Layton's latest outing is no exception. In fact, it's a resurgence! Throwing in a 'Murder on the Orient Express' style plot twist, you're given the task of solving intellectual puzzles and even a murder.
Also upgraded is the cartoon-like scenes from the original which have been cut to make for a far more cinematic bout of grey matter testing. Never before has the DS been used to such a full extent - this game is a perfect gift for quiz and puzzle lovers.
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