Professor Layton And Phoenix Wright Join Forces For New 3DS Adventure

The recently announced Professor Layton VS Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney game which is due for release later this month, sees two of the greatest minds in gaming: Professor Layton and Phoenix Wright join forces to solve another mystery. After both heroes, along with their partners Luke Triton and Maya Fey, cross paths with a mysterious woman on the streets of London they find themselves being spirited away to the medieval city of Labyrinthia.

The heroes will work together to unravel the truth behind the strange events that have been happening in the city and save Espella, who is at risk of being condemned as a witch. Professor Layton VS Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney will feature a combination of the gameplay that both characters are known for. Use Professor Layton’s skills to solve the puzzles and use his hint coins to help Phoenix Wright examine witnesses or help him pick the right piece of evidence during the witch trials. Phoenix Wright will be the one in charge during the witch trials using the skills he is known for to find the true culprit behind the unusual events that have been happening in Labyrinthian.

People that reach the end of the game will be rewarded with a variety of extra content. This extra content includes things like exclusive artwork and music from the game and are unlocked based on the amount of Picarats you have collected during the main game. People who complete the main story can also unlock up to 12 extra shot episodes for the game as well as even more exclusive content which includes illustrations from the developer with notes on how they brought Phoenix Wright and Professor Layton together for this adventure. 

Professor Layton VS Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney is being developed by Capcom and Level 5 and will be available for purchase on the Nintendo UK Store from 28th March.

Written by: Mark Thorne

So after he for some strange reason wrote this the first time as if he was applying for a job Mark has gotten around to correcting this. Mark always likes to have a good time and is all about having a good laugh. He will also probably never get used to writing about himself from a 3rd person perspective :P.