Professor Layton DLC: Weekly Puzzle Downloads for Half a Year

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Neat bit of info I just picked up while browsing through Nintendo’s online press room this evening. A fact sheet update for Professor Layton and the Curious Village — Level 5’s unique DS puzzle adventure — was recently posted, and in it one snippet regarding the game’s Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection functionality particularly caught my eye:

Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection Content: Each week for half a year, a new puzzle will be available for download via Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection.

Not sure if this is old news or not, but it’s the first time I’ve heard about it so I thought some of you may want to know about it as well. I was already intrigued by Professor Layton (it’s made by Level 5, ’nuff said), and now knowing that the game will be supported by additional content for a good while after its February 10th release I’m even more eager to nab a copy.

Oh, and wait, folks, that’s not all. Nintendo also just sent out this spiffy new Professor Layton and the Curious Village trailer. Very nice.

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