DS #5203: Professor Layton and the Lost Future (Europe)

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Is there any fix to get this working on a TTDS?
Just put it on my friends card and it works until you have to actually play then it black screens.
I told him not to get his hopes up as the TTDS is OLD.

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It's OK I got the Venom USA one works fine
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this appears to be the UK version. The voice actors for luke are different in the us and uk versions for some reason, with the uk getting a terrible voice actor. Also the intro cut-scene is a lot shorter in the UK version
 

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trco123 said:
this appears to be the UK version. The voice actors for luke are different in the us and uk versions for some reason, with the uk getting a terrible voice actor. Also the intro cut-scene is a lot shorter in the UK version
I actually prefer the UK version. The US voice actor just sounds so...forced.
 

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KinGamer7 said:
trco123 said:
this appears to be the UK version. The voice actors for luke are different in the us and uk versions for some reason, with the uk getting a terrible voice actor. Also the intro cut-scene is a lot shorter in the UK version
I actually prefer the UK version. The US voice actor just sounds so...forced.
Definately, it's the same here. I prefer the English voice actor for Luke over the US one. But I've almost completed the US version now and don't want to start again.
 

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Daidude said:
Definately, it's the same here. I prefer the English voice actor for Luke over the US one. But I've almost completed the US version now and don't want to start again.
I played the US version for about 10 minutes and just could NOT get used to the US Luke. I didn't hate it, but I'm just so used to the cheeky and all-around fun UK Luke than his snobby, almost upper-class counterpart.
 

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I love Chimney Sweep Orphan boy Luke. The UK version is where the fun is to be had.

Sadly by the average length of postage I won't get the game until the tuesday after next week. Wish they had an express postage option. Darn Australia and its huge landmass that make postage times huge.
 

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I'm used to the US voice of luke and think it sounds way better. the UK one is toooo clean and sounds like mickey mouse almost
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(no, but isn't the UK version voiced by a girl? I think i read it somewhere!)
 

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WiiBricker said:
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Also the intro cut-scene is a lot shorter in the UK version
Are you sure?
Yeah i played both of them and the US one has an opening video of people on a bus, amongst other pasts, while the UK version didnt have the bus videoand cut straight to the future letter.

Also I think the UK voice is terrible, whoever it is, be it a girl or boy, they sound so childish and annoying, like some patronizing Saturday kids TV character. Although slightly snobby and a little cliche, I much prefer the US voice who, ironically, sounds a lot more British.
 

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trco123 said:
WiiBricker said:
trco123 said:
Also the intro cut-scene is a lot shorter in the UK version
Are you sure?
Yeah i played both of them and the US one has an opening video of people on a bus, amongst other pasts, while the UK version didnt have the bus videoand cut straight to the future letter.

Strange, now I played the UK and US version and I didnt notice any difference in the intros. They're both identical. Maybe you had a bad dump?
 

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WiiBricker said:
trco123 said:
WiiBricker said:
trco123 said:
Also the intro cut-scene is a lot shorter in the UK version
Are you sure?
Yeah i played both of them and the US one has an opening video of people on a bus, amongst other pasts, while the UK version didnt have the bus videoand cut straight to the future letter.

Strange, now I played the UK and US version and I didnt notice any difference in the intros. They're both identical. Maybe you had a bad dump?

Actually what trco is talking about is the AP. I tried it on AKAIO and it did the same thing and stopped functioning after the first mystery screen. After I put on the AAP, it worked perfectly i.e. it begins with a cutscene.
 

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Can someone give me some insight into Luke's voice acting through the games? I've only played the first Layton (Curious Village) which was the US release where Luke was a charming London lad. I'd assumed the voice actors were the same in the EU and US releases for all the games....

So what i suppose i'm asking is if the EU and US Layton releases have always had alternate voice actors or if this is the first time we've been graced with different voices?
 

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