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Aussie Bargain Roundup: Layton’s Mystery Journey: Katrielle and the Millionaires’ Conspiracy- Deluxe Edition

by Daniel VuckovicNovember 4, 2019

We’re back to regular transmission, after a couple of curveball bargain guides – it’s back to the old Amazon matching OzGameShop deal. As the release gets closer, OzGameShop raises, so does Amazon – and back at RRP. Gamesmen, however, have it for $55 if you don’t have or Prime or don’t wait for it from OzGameShop – but the postage kinda cancels it out (unless you can go in!

This Deluxe Edition comes with 40 new puzzles changed from the 3DS version, HD visual, all of the DLC and 50 new outfits. These outfits were previously unlocked by buying Gacha toys with NFC in them. You won’t need to that for the western release.

Layton’s Mystery Journey: Katrielle and the Millionaires’ Conspiracy- Deluxe Edition is out on Friday 8th of November.


Katrielle and the Millionaires’ Conspiracy

Amazon.com.au

  • Layton’s Mystery Journey Katrielle and the Millionaires Conspiracy Deluxe Edition – $52.99Link

Big W

  • Layton’s Mystery Journey Katrielle and the Millionaires Conspiracy Deluxe Edition – $59 Link

EB Games

  • Layton’s Mystery Journey Katrielle and the Millionaires Conspiracy Deluxe Edition – $59.95Link

eShop

  • Layton’s Mystery Journey Katrielle and the Millionaires Conspiracy Deluxe Edition – $59.95 Link

Gamesmen

  • Layton’s Mystery Journey Katrielle and the Millionaires Conspiracy Deluxe Edition – $55 Link

JB Hi-Fi

  • Layton’s Mystery Journey Katrielle and the Millionaires Conspiracy Deluxe Edition – $59 Link

OzGameShop

  • Layton’s Mystery Journey Katrielle and the Millionaires Conspiracy Deluxe Edition – $52.99Link

Target

  • $TBC

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  • Jim M
    November 4, 2019 at 12:17 pm

    It’s bizarre they chose to remaster this one. It’s by far the weakest game in the Layton series, with a lacklustre storyline and puzzles that are so much worse than the rest of the series that it’s hard to imagine the same team created them.

  • Silly G
    November 4, 2019 at 12:30 pm

    I skipped this on 3DS as the consensus was that not only is this the worst entry in the series so far (excluding the mobile spin-off), but also the most expensive (thanks to scummy and unnecessary DLC), with the lack of stereoscopic 3D (when past 3DS installments have had it) being the nail in the coffin. They couldn’t have made the base package any less appealing if they tried. I suspected that it would have been a commercial flop and that they would have tried to salvage the shortfall with a Switch version, so I’m glad to see that my instincts were proven correct once the Japanese version had been announced as a complete package (and at the same price as the 3DS version, no less).

    Now I’m keen on grabbing it, but I’m constantly torn between supporting the brick and mortars versus Amazon (as they routinely offer the lowest price WITH free shipping). It will be a sad, sad day if Gamesmen ever closes their doors. Most of their store is now occupied by board/tabletop games as it must be unsustainable to have an independent store devoted entirely to console games (I am surprised that they have survived for so long). Unfortunately they’re a little out of my way to justify going all the way to their store more than once or twice a year, but I certainly would go there regularly if I were a local.

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