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Layton’s Mystery Journey

Level-5 uploaded one of the first commercials for Layton’s Mystery Journey DX on Switch. Have a look at the advert below.

Level-5 published the first trailer for Layton’s Mystery Journey DX, the new Switch version of the original game released last year. Watch it below.

Level-5 announced this week that Layton’s Mystery Journey DX is heading to Switch. We now have the first screenshots below.

Layton’s Mystery Journey DX will be available in Japan on August 9. Thus far, Level-5 has not confirmed a western release.

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Level-5 is bringing Layton’s Mystery Journey to Switch, according to the latest issue of Famitsu. It’ll be released as Layton’s Mystery Journey: Katrielle and the Millionaires’ Conspiracy DX.

When it was originally made for 3DS and mobile, the game featured touchscreen controls. For the Switch version, Level-5 is changing things to standard controls. Takara Tomy will have a Nazotoki toy ready that is compatible via NFC as well.

Layton’s Mystery Journey: Katrielle and the Millionaires’ Conspiracy DX is heading to Switch in Japan on August 9.

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Layton’s Mystery Journey makes its debut on 3DS in North America and Europe tomorrow. Have a look at an hour of footage below.

Ahead of the release on 3DS tomorrow, a launch trailer has come in for Layton’s Mystery Journey. Have a look at it below.

The English release of Layton’s Mystery Journey will be taking place on 3DS next month, and some footage has come in showing the game in action. View a few minutes of gameplay below.

Layton’s Mystery Journey trailer

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A new English trailer is live for the 3DS release of Layton’s Mystery Journey. Have a look at it below.

Over the years, we’ve sometimes seen that the boxarts for the Layton games have seen different designs in North America and Europe. That won’t be the case with Layton’s Mystery Journey, however.

Thanks to GameFly, we have the North American packaging for Layton’s Mystery Journey, attached above. You’ll notice that the design matches what Level-5 is planning for Europe.

Below is the European Layton’s Mystery Journey boxart for comparison:

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