Submitted by ThomasBW84 936d ago | review

Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon (3DS) Review - Nintendo Life

Martin Watts writes:

Nintendo has proclaimed 2013 to be "The Year of Luigi": a long overdue celebration of Mario's underdog brother. There are already a few Luigi-themed (or at least partially related) releases to come later in the year, and we wouldn’t be surprised if the Japanese games giant had a few more projects tucked up its sleeve. It's a good time to be a fan of the man in green.

And what better way to kick off the festivities than with a sequel to Luigi's most important gaming adventure to date? Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon may be a 3DS title, but it has clearly been developed to offer an entertaining action-adventure experience to mirror that of original GameCube classic. The end result is a worthy and authentic follow-up, and one of the finest titles we've seen yet on the system. (3DS, Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon) 9/10

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