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Submitted by JakobPea 735d ago | review

Boss Dungeon's Review of Luigi's Mansion 2

Jacob Plackett of Boss Dungeon reviews Luigi's Mansion 2, and says that it "sits proudly with Nintendo’s growing library of fantastic 3DS games". (3DS, Luigi's Mansion 2) 9/10

MHenderson  +   735d ago
I'm torn, because on one hand, it's the Year of Luigi. On the other hand, I'm scared of ghosts and ghost accessories.

Also, Nintendo is the only company that would say, "Hey, you want to do some vacuuming?" and we respond, "Yes" and then legitimately enjoy it.
rrquinta  +   735d ago
I was so excited for this game when they first announced it, but I just don't play my 3DS much. I'll get this, just not immediately.
gooney121  +   735d ago
Man, I'm so glad to hear just how well this has turned out, I hope Next Level Games takes the reigns on the series from now on.

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