History NightmareFuel / ProfessorLayton

16th Feb '18 8:22:46 PM Tuaam
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* Folsense could count as this with the eerie music that plays in the train station, castle basement, and forest. The Scare Chords can also put players on edge because of their spooky ambiance and sudden appearance.

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* Folsense could count as this with the eerie music atmosphere and the entire idea of the town itself. The town is essentially a boom town abandoned due to [[spoiler: a vein of deadly gas that plays in drives half of the train station, castle basement, town's population away]]. Everything about the town is cursed, and forest. The Scare Chords can also put players the worst part, it was all probably all an illusion. What was really going on edge because there?
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of their spooky ambiance the dark forest, Luke feels a ghost watching him, and sudden appearance. is reassured by Layton that it was just his imagination. While it's most likely a small part of the story, it still comes out of nowhere and is never explained.
16th Feb '18 2:06:16 PM Tuaam
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* Folsense could count as this with the eerie music that plays in the train station, castle basement, and forest. The Scare Chords can also put players on edge because of their spooky ambiance and sudden appearance.
* The Herzen Castle itself can count towards this, mostly because of it's jarring appearance compared to the rest of Folsense and the seemingly bottomless pit with ruined mining facilities underneath. It's a surprise the castle even stands, to be honest.
* There's a blood stain next to an axe and a pair of manacles in the castle's equipment room. What happened there?


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* The player can come across military weapons such as tanks and missiles in the laboratory. What was Clive planning to do after he destroyed the city?
21st Jan '18 6:54:00 PM Tuaam
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**Hell, the entire attack on London is enough to trigger a nationwide catastrophe. Nations around the world would be put on high alert, military forces would have been mobilized by the time the Fortress attacked, and weapons systems would have probably been arming for a strike. It's not so far from the truth to say that a massive world war could have happened if Clive wasn't stopped in time. And even then, it doesn't stop other nations from using similar weapons to unleash destruction on a similar scale.
13th Jan '18 11:55:29 PM WithFlowers
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** The flashbacks to the time machine accident ten years ago are also pretty bad - which one hits hardest will depend a lot on you, but Dimitri finding Claire's body after arriving minutes too late to stop the experiment, Layton's description of the powerful hushing up the deaths of ten people, and young Clive's utter breakdown at realizing his parents are dead are all candidates.
17th Jul '17 3:53:15 PM 309216364
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** Then there's the scene where both Layton and Luke are nearly crushed by a remote-controlled Ferris Wheel...
8th Oct '16 10:42:48 AM totofan4ever
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* The concept for the new Lady Layton game is scary if you think about it. Here you are playing as the new protagonist, Layton's daughter, and it's mentioned in the trailer that her father has gone missing. Yeah. Professor Layton, the puzzle solving, fence wielding, death defying, kick butt and take names gentleman whom we have grown to love... is now MISSING! Just how evil is the new villain of this story?!?
4th Jan '16 12:20:16 AM LadyNorbert
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* Then in ''VideoGame/ProfessorLaytonAndTheMiracleMask'', we get The Masked Gentlemen's stories near the end of the game. To elaborate, The Masked Gentleman giving out clues to his wear abouts, the first story is a pleasant, if slightly somber tale about connections to your past. But then the second story talks about how greed takes over someone's life, causing everyone to leave, ending with the tale stating that he was a lonely king in a lonely kingdom. THE END. If that wasn't enough however, it gets more horrifying in the third tale. This one depicts a princess falling in love with a knight, who are then married. The knight leaves to fight a dragon and never returns. Stricken with grief the princess then turns to the chancellor and the two get married. It is then explained that said chancellor caused the cave the knight went into to collapse. He now has the princess and the kingdom and ends with, ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL!

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* Then in ''VideoGame/ProfessorLaytonAndTheMiracleMask'', we get The Masked Gentlemen's stories near the end of the game. To elaborate, The Masked Gentleman giving out clues to his wear abouts, the whereabouts. The first story is a pleasant, if slightly somber tale about connections to your past. But then the second story talks about how greed takes over someone's life, causing everyone to leave, ending with the tale stating that he was a lonely king in a lonely kingdom. THE END. If that wasn't enough however, it gets more horrifying in the third tale. This one depicts a princess falling in love with a knight, who and they are then married. The knight leaves to fight a dragon and never returns. Stricken with grief grief, the princess then turns to the chancellor and the two get married. It is then explained that said chancellor caused collapsed the cave where the knight went into to collapse. fight the dragon. He now has the princess and the kingdom and ends with, ALL'S with "ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL!
WELL!"
10th Apr '15 2:59:12 PM TheTropper
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* The unforgettable climax of ''VideoGame/ProfessorLaytonAndTheUnwoundFuture'' with Clive's mobile fortress rising from the ground, who then starts his plan by ''destroying hundreds of houses and killing hundreds of people, ALL SHOWN ON-SCREEN.''



* There's quite a lot in ''VideoGame/ProfessorLaytonAndTheAzranLegacy''. For starters, in Hoogland, they're doing [[spoiler: SOME KIND OF HUMAN SACRIFICE RITUAL TO THE 'DRAGONLORD'!]] And also, Aurora remembers something so terrible that [[spoiler: she almost commited suicide!]] And let's not forget that [[spoiler: Bronev pierced Aurora's heart with ice. Even if she was a golem, Bronev didn't know that. If Aurora was a human, she probably would have died!]]

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* There's quite a lot in ''VideoGame/ProfessorLaytonAndTheAzranLegacy''. For starters, in Hoogland, they're doing [[spoiler: SOME KIND OF A HUMAN SACRIFICE RITUAL TO THE 'DRAGONLORD'!]] And also, Aurora remembers something so terrible that [[spoiler: she almost commited suicide!]] suicide.]] And let's not forget that [[spoiler: Bronev pierced Aurora's heart with ice. Even if she was a golem, Bronev didn't know that. If Aurora was a human, she probably would have died!]]died.]]
8th Oct '14 11:04:45 AM totorolover33
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** And the Black Raven. True, when you find out who he ''is'', he stops being so terrifying and becomes almost endearing, but at first...
23rd Jun '14 10:52:56 AM Suzume
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---> Which was very disconcerting to some.

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---> Which was very disconcerting to some.
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