Yeah, I always wanted a Pokemon action adventure and realized that there technically is one with Pokepark. Did Pokepark 2 actually have bosses though? I only had the first one but I remember reading about Darkrai being a villain. Also I've never felt the PokeMMO, I wouldn't care if it's made but I'd rather take an actual game over it any day [although Wifi co-op stuff might be cool].
But let's be real, a Pokemon action/adventure game (screw Pokepark) where you get to choose your own pokemon (with their own moveset) and stuff and survive in the wild (you start as a lv. 1 pokemon and you evolve as you progress?) or something. You get boss fights with legendaries and crap.
I was actually thinking as I typed this that it might be sort of cool, Golem turning himself into a basketball and dunking himself into a hoop or something. Personally I'd want Pokemon Kart, I know we had dash but ehh.
The series has gone on to be one of the most successful Nintendo DS exclusive series, with the lifetime cumulative sales of Professor Layton games standing at 10 million units sold as of October 2010. As of August 2013, the series has sold over 15 million copies.
Especially when ^. I don't know why they'd just tank the formula that has gotten a good amount of sales when they could have easily made sequels with Luke, or like the Mystery Room game with Layton's son that was released to iOS and android. It's pretty much akin to Pokemon becoming a sports game.
I can't imagine a little spoiler in 999 doing any harm, you probably won't even get it anyway. If you do plan on getting it, I recommend a spoiler-free guide. No really, trust me, you won't miss much in terms of puzzles anyway. The real meat is the story after all.
Hotel Dusk is ****ing amazing but just be aware it's very slow paced and more mature (not in a gorey, sexual sense) than your typical visual novel like Ace Attorney and 999. Most people's problem with that game is how slow it is but being a novel reader myself I found it more refreshing and relaxing, compared to how tense 999 and Ghost Trick are.
Ah yeah, the only thing is I was reading about 999 a while back and sort of accidentally spoiled myself to some parts of the story. The only thing, though, I really don't remember much, so I guess it'd be worth it. And yeah, i still have to play Hotel Dusk, it's been in the back of my head for a long time but I never ended up reminding myself to go buy it.