I have to admit, I got a little nostalgic during this trailer. Although all of the Layton games have their issues, Level-5 did an amazing job creating an endearing world with likeable characters, and I'll be sad to see Layton go.
Of course, Layton himself is the only one who's retiring here, as there could easily be more spinoffs or a new series entirely starring Luke -- there's no way Level-5 would let this money maker go entirely!
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