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Submitted by Tolkoto 984d ago | review

GamesBeat: Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon rebels against portability (review)

Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon is a puzzle-rich wonderland full of irreverent humor and clever level design, but it cannot overcome the 3DS’s limitations. Tilt controls and the lack of a second analog stick really tarnishes an otherwise amazing game. (3DS, Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon) 80/100

JeffGrubb  +   984d ago
Sounds just good enough to me. I'll pick this up!
darkronin229  +   984d ago
The 3DS is looking more tempting for me each passing week. C'mon, Nintendo, lower that price for us poor folk...
toxiconflict  +   984d ago
You're kidding right? They already did lower the price from 250 to 170. That's very affordable.
darkronin229  +   984d ago
Not for me. :(
SnipeySnake  +   983d ago
You should look out for some sales. I've seen 2 already in the past 3 months that lowered the 3DS to $130 and XL to $160 (how i got my XL actually).
AronDeppert  +   984d ago
I didn't have any issues with the controls. But regardless I can vouch this game is a must - have.
SybaRat  +   984d ago
Tilt aiming? Bah.
wita  +   984d ago
Sounds fun!

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