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Discussion in 'GBAtemp & Scene News' started by Tempbot, Mar 7, 2008.
^^ndsrelease-2962^^Contributed by Triforce
is this some sort of demo? or a combo 2in1 game pack?
Was this the one from last year? Had that Football RPG demo and the 2nd Layton game plus a Layton episode not to be released commercially.
A rental from Tsutaya (like Blockbuster)
What's the difference between this and the Silver version?
I'm about to check it out now.
This has a demo of Professor Layton: The Last Time Travel (Professor Layton 3) on it, along with some other game.
this is 2in1 game pack...with demo?
Ah again this IPB Logo Icon...
Whoa, Layton 3?! Cool! And that's RPG looking game...
Was the "silver" edition one ever dumped?
EDIT: yes it was, thanks to myself for such a fast answer
Well it looks like the other game is another demo of Inazuma Eleven, which I hope comes out here soon.
Nice, I think it'd be cool if Nintendo decided to send/give out at game stores and in Nintendo Power magazines NDS game demos for folks to take home and play.
You look rather stupid standing in Gamestop with your DS, playing a demo.
There are 2 Layton things.
The bottom one seems to be then demo which is 10 puzzles i think.
The other appears to be perhaps a full game??? of Layton
And the top thing... I assume its a football RPG as has been said.
This is from last years TGS and is the final Layton game, Inazuma Eleven and an exclusive Layton side story.
So the layton "Side Story" on that one is note the same as the one on the Silver edition, right?
Do you think we'll ever see those translated?
I reckon we'll either see it on one of the English releases of the next two Layton, on a download station or even through the Wii.
The full Akuma no Hako game has the contents of the Silver demo (Inazuma Evelen Taikenban 2.0 and Layton Kyouju to London no Kyuujitsu, which it seems are also on this Gold edition) included - you get the option to try them or start the proper game when you start up. Perhaps they will do the same for the English version (although you'd guess they'd drop the football game).
It is quite a nice intro/preface to the story of the second game, however it is based in just screen (Layton's office) and the 10 puzzles are all from the first game so if you've played it there won't be any new puzzles for you to try.
Actually, from the comment below it sounds like the Akuma no Hako full game but looking at the box closely and seeing it says Akuma no Hako Taikenban so it is probably exactly the same but with just the start of the Akuma no Hako game only (as far as getting on the train would seem a logical point/no. of puzzles to include).