KawanoMino wrote: mangaluva wrote:
KawanoMino wrote:Now that I think about it, I've never seen a part in the game where Luke or Layton got physically hurt.
That's true, now that I think about it.
[spoiler]Neither of them got hurt by the ferris wheel or collapsing tower in the first game, Layton didn't get hurt in his duel with Anton in the second and everyone got out of the castle alright, and in the third neither of them got hurt at all by Clive's antics, though Clive himself got whacked by a pipe and, y'know, he probably killed thousands of people during his rampage. Though in the second game, Luke and Layton did get knocked out by Anton... or was that gas? I forget.[/spoiler]
I'm pretty sure it was gas, but they weren't physically hurt.
[spoiler]Though in the third game, there is a mention of Layton being hurt once, but I don't think that counts.[/spoiler]
[spoiler]Yeah, although I do remember being distinctly freaked out by that. Probably because the first two games were so light on actual physical damage, that made the third game more shocking; both the flashback to the main character being beaten to within an inch of his life in a back alley, and the whole part where Clive's mecha-thing is seen crushing into dust dozens of houses with the lights on inside
. People were inside
at the time. And though it wasn't shown too explicitly, the scene where Dmitri found Claire's body was also pretty... the whole game frequently made me go "Whoa O_O". Definitely the serious game.
Not that I didn't utterly love it, even more every time it shocked me and especially when it made me cry. "I DON'T WANT TO SAY GOODBYE AGAIN! I CAN'T! I WON'T!" Oh, geez... just remembering is making me tear up