Submitted by Lavalamp 979d ago | review

Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon Review | GameTrailers

GameTrailers: "It’s been long overdue, but Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon ends up being a perfect excuse to bring Mario’s younger brother back in the limelight. Every haunted room seems to breathe with an inventive charm and delicate attention to detail that make this game one of the best reasons to own a 3DS. Catching ghosts is a rewarding occupation, and the vast amount of hidden collectables could have you fighting to exorcise your inner completionist. With the addition an unexpectedly inventive and enjoyable multiplayer experience, 3DS owners will be hard-pressed not to cut Luigi just a little more respect." (3DS, Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon) 9.3/10

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GraveLord  +   979d ago
Time for Luigi to get used and abused.
Next Game: Luigi Kart U

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