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Submitted by godfree 732d ago | review

Luigi’s Mansion Dark Moon Review (Gamertag Radio)

Gamertag Radio writes: "While there are a few little things that I didn’t classify because depending on your playing preferences they may be good or bad (like backtracking), overall this game is well worth the cost. You get to play in multiple regions with several levels in each. The game throws different puzzles at you so it’s not the exact same thing over and over again. Enemy variations aren’t as numerous, but do occur and you’ll find the battle just about as fun as the puzzles. You can play in small increments of a level (or two) or blast through whole regions. The game is just fun to play. It says something that I become so involved at one point that I didn’t even realize my 3DS battery was nearly dead." (3DS, Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon) 4.25/5

kirbyu  +   732d ago
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