Possible WiiU title...?

Toad85

MarioKartRPG
I just realized something. The WiiU has two screens, one of them touch, plus a myriad of other features that would equate, IMO, to one inevitable game:

Professor Layton WiiU, anybody?
 

Nabber

Artisanal Cheese Taster
Toad85 said:
I just realized something. The WiiU has two screens, one of them touch, plus a myriad of other features that would equate, IMO, to one inevitable game:

Professor Layton WiiU, anybody?
They said they were thinking of porting the series.
 

Toad85

MarioKartRPG
Nabber said:
Toad85 said:
I just realized something. The WiiU has two screens, one of them touch, plus a myriad of other features that would equate, IMO, to one inevitable game:

Professor Layton WiiU, anybody?
They said they were thinking of porting the series.
Porting, or completely new game?

I'm speaking of the latter.
 

Lily x

Goodbye
Toad85 said:
I just realized something. The WiiU has two screens, one of them touch, plus a myriad of other features that would equate, IMO, to one inevitable game:

Professor Layton WiiU, anybody?
YES
FUCK YES
HELL
FUCKING
YES!
 

Toad85

MarioKartRPG
Seriously, this could work. You could walk around (yes, I know you can't do that in the DS or 3DS games; I want to add something new) using the top screen, while solving puzzles on the bottom.
 

Vera Misham

Ace Artist
So, what's the normal Layton series like? I've never played it. I know they're puzzle games, but beyond that I'm clueless.
 

Toad85

MarioKartRPG
Epic Nitwit said:
So, what's the normal Layton series like? I've never played it.
So play it.

NAO.


Just kidding. It's really like an adventure game that's played though puzzle-solving instead of battling or platforming. It also is famous for having one of the best storylines in video gaming.
 

Vera Misham

Ace Artist
Toad85 said:
Epic Nitwit said:
So, what's the normal Layton series like? I've never played it.
So play it.

NAO.


Just kidding. It's really like an adventure game that's played though puzzle-solving instead of battling or platforming. It also is famous for having one of the best storylines in video gaming.
So, an adventure/puzzle game series where you don't wander around, and has good story plus Clive? Ok.
 

Vera Misham

Ace Artist
Yeah, ok. What's the best one of them? I might consider picking one up. I think "The Last Specter" is at my local game shop.
 

Lily x

Goodbye
Play the other 3 first
Curious Villiage is a best first game to buy as the others except LS follow it.
Pandoras box is optinal, but reccomended.
Lost future you must buy, it goes into great deal of characters past, it has romance, plus the lord of all things epic CLIVE!!!
LS I'm not sure, haven't got it yet, but it's a prequal to CV.
 

Vera Misham

Ace Artist
Well, I don't know whether I would be able to find the other three, and if LS is a prequel anyway, then I wouldn't miss out on that much plot, would I?
 

Toad85

MarioKartRPG
Lily said:
But it's the latest to be released, IMHO, I would play them in order of games release.
I don't know; I played the first 3 games backwards, and I didn't have too much trouble understanding the plot.

And, although Curious Village is the first in the series, and a good start, it's also the hardest IMO, and might turn off some newbies. I think that Diabolical Box (the 2nd one, Nitwit) would be a better starting point, because it's still fairly early in the series, but it's not as balls hard as Curious Village.
 

Vera Misham

Ace Artist
Ok, had a look at my local game shop, and they only had LS, but there's one more place I can look for one. But I still don't have enough money for a new game yet, so maybe I'll try after Christmas. Oh, and how much replay value do these give? I'm assuming not much, since they're puzzle games.
 

Toad85

MarioKartRPG
Epic Nitwit said:
Ok, had a look at my local game shop, and they only had LS, but there's one more place I can look for one. But I still don't have enough money for a new game yet, so maybe I'll try after Christmas. Oh, and how much replay value do these give? I'm assuming not much, since they're puzzle games.
As you said, not much, but the main story does take a very long time.
 

Vera Misham

Ace Artist
Yeah, ok. That's the only problem with puzzle games, no replay value, unless of course you haven't played the game in a very, very long time. So, what's your opinion on which is the best PL game, Toad85?
 
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