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*Points towards avatar* Big Professor Layton fan obviously, and fully agree. I've always loved the Adventure game genre, but even I admit a lot of games in the genre have puzzles that require the player to use boggling, sometimes flat-out idiotic, logic in order to advance. Professor Layton doesn't have this problem since all its puzzles are brain-teasers with well-documented rules and logic. Granted, these brain-teasers make the puzzle-solving/gameplay almost completely unrelated to the game's story, but the story each game crafts is always charming. Plus, if it means getting puzzles that ask me to use some brain-power, without requiring me to think like a lunatic with that brain-power, I'm more than happy to oblige. That, and I really like top-hats.
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