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Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon Review | Attack of the Fanboy

Attack of the Fanboy: "There’s very little on the Nintendo 3DS that compares to Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon. It’s unique in the type of gameplay that it offers, and it’s a surprising game on so many levels. The sheer amount of enemy types in single player, numerous collectibles, and attention to detail given to each and every environment, is a refreshing change of pace. While we’ve seen so many games that add components like multiplayer for filler content, or just seem content with slightly varied enemy models, every peice of Dark Moon feels meaningful and intended to enhance the experience, and there are a lot of those peices. It doesn’t hurt that Dark Moon is easily one of the best looking Nintendo 3DS games available, if not the best looking game on the handheld. Either way, it’s the new must-have for the device." (3DS, Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon) -

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