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Submitted by KingWilly105 550d ago | article

Is Luigi's Mansion Dark Moon's Metacritic score inflated?

Does Gamespot Editor's Carolyn Petit have a point in Luigi's Mansion Metacritic score being too high? Or is she just trying to stand out? (3DS, Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon)

Zodiac  +   550d ago
It was just a sarcastic response to the above comment. The "bad" parts of her review are complete crap. This is a person who loves Dark Souls, but complains about Luigi's Mansion being too hard and not having enough checkpoints.
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PopRocks359  +   550d ago
I assume she never played the first one then? The original had no checkpoints at all, just save points that were spread rather far apart. If Luigi died, you had to go back to a save point. I imagine a sequel with checkpoints can't be as hard as all that.
Minato-Namikaze  +   550d ago
Any review that complains about difficulty gets disregarded by me.

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