Submitted by xiren187 979d ago | review

Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon Review - JPS

'Back in 2001, Mario’s brother Luigi was finally given the chance to step out from the shadow of his sibling and star in his own adventure. This came in the form of Luigi’s Mansion, which was not only different than the Mario games, but a fairly unique adventure for Luigi to shine. A decade after Luigi’s Mansion first released, Nintendo finally announced a sequel known as Luigi’s Mansion 2 or Dark Moon. For a decade we haven’t seen Luigi in his own game, many wondered if there were new things that long time fans could expect in Dark Moon. Will they be disappointed or is Luigi’s comeback going to be a big one?' - JPS (3DS, Luigi's Mansion 2, Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon) 8.5/10

admiralvic  +   980d ago
Day 1! Also don't forget that if you buy a 3DS XL and this then go to Club Nintendo, you can get a free game voucher for a select game.

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