Akira Tago, the puzzle designer behind the Professor Layton series, passed away on 6th March at 90 after falling victim to interstitial pneumonia.
Level-5 is considering porting Professor Layton games to the Wii U.
Level-5 has already started work on a sixth Professor Layton game, CEO Akihiro Hino has revealed.
Over 11 million Professor Layton games have been shipped across the world, creator Level-5 has announced.
Level-5 chief Akihiro Hino has said an animated Professor Layton film will arrive in Japan on the very first day of 2010.
Nintendo has made official noises about releasing Wii Music in Europe on 14th November.
This is the game Shigeru Miyamoto was playing on stage at E3, should you ever forget. Our hands-on impressions of Wii Music can fill you in on the rest.
EA has also locked down a release date for the Wii versions of 21st November for Skate It and Need For Speed: Undercover. We've not heard about the other versions of these, but they're unlikely to be too far from that.
Nintendo has told Eurogamer that Professor Layton and the Mysterious Village will be out in the US on 18th February.
Japanese developer Level 5 is working on a new DS game called Professor Layton and the Mysterious Village, aiming to combine a fantasy setting with the sort of brainy puzzles that have become a bit popular on the handheld.