The spin-offs (Investigations, Investigations 2, and The Great Ace Attorney) aren’t as important to the overall plot, so if you want to play them last, that’s also fine.
If you’re interested in the newer games, but not ready to go out and buy a bunch of DS games before you know if you’ll like the series, you can try Dual Destinies. If you want to play all of the games, it’s best to play them in order.) However, the original Phoenix Wright trilogy (Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney, Justice for All, and Trials & Tribulations) has been released digitally on the Nintendo e Shop.
Mystere to recover the missing Golden Apple artifact and solve the mystery of the town and the Baron’s death.
The game features hundreds of puzzles from simple Q&A questions to drawing puzzles scattered across the town.
If you want the full experience, however, you should. And once you’ve played Investigations, you can join our campaign to get Investigations 2 localized.
And you play Apollo Justice before Spirit of Justice, if possible. All right, let’s move on to the Professor Layton games.
Why they did, despite the obvious confusion it would cause, is beyond me Basically, to increase sales because of the Layton name As mentioned, they did the same thing with Layton Brothers which was originally developed as a non-Layton game and, after being put aside for a while, was given the Layton name and a few Professor Layton references were thrown in to make a connection Yeah, I get why the put the Layton name on there, but calling it Layton 7 and making people think it's the 7th Layton game instead of just a spinoff with 7 playable characters is stupid, and doesn't really give any sort of marketing benefit whatsoever.
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Sales were dwindling in Japan and I think Akira Tago was burnt out on creating puzzles.^It also has nothing to do with the series so far.
It looks like a completely unrelated game with the name Layton slapped on it (it's also actually called "Layton 7" while all previous Layton games were un-numbered and had subtitles). Layton 7, a working title, is a completely different style of game that Level 5 decided to use the Layton name with to increase sales Similarly, Layton Brothers was originally developed as a non-Layton game and, after being put aside for a while, was given the Layton name and a few Professor Layton references were thrown in As Wulava said, Azran Legacy is the last game starring Professor Layton Layton 7 is not called Layton 7 because it's the 7th title in the main series.