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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:


Yesterday, Nintendo announced that the 3DS version of Layton’s Mystery Journey is due out on October 6 in Europe. The company has now followed up with news about North America. We’ll also be seeing Layton’s Mystery Journey stateside on October 6.

As tweeted by Nintendo of America:


Layton’s Mystery Journey: EU boxart

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Yesterday, we got confirmation that Layton’s Mystery Journey: Katrielle and the Millionaires’ Conspiracy will be launching in Europe on October 6th. Nintendo also published the game’s boxart, which you can see above. Certainly a bit more mysterious and darker than the Japanese boxart:


Splatoon 2 wasn’t the only notable game to have released in Japan last week. Layton’s Mystery Journey also saw its debut. Dengeki reports that the game sold through 75 percent of its initial shipment.

That’s not too shabby of a number, and we also have to remember that the game was distributed on mobile. Dengeki does point out though that first week sales were less than Professor Layton and the Azran Legacy’s debut of 128,000 at launch. It went on to sell 283,000 copies on the whole.


Although Layton’s Mystery Journey isn’t coming to 3DS in overseas territories until October, it’s already out in Japan. You can see what the game looks like on Nintendo’s handheld below along with more mobile footage in English.

YouTuber AbdallahSmash026 held a live stream a short while ago to showcase Layton’s Mystery Journey. View the recording below for an hour of footage.

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