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Submitted by Lucario 672d ago | review

DIehard GameFAN:Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon Review

DHGF: Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon is pretty much what you got from its predecessor, just now with a different story, a multiplayer component, and some updated visuals. It’s a fun but mostly linear experience that fans of the first game will savor while doing nothing for those that didn’t like said GameCube title. There’s not much in the way of story or replay value once you’ve finished off the single player mode and captured all the optional Boos, but you’ll have a lot of fun playing the game from beginning to end. Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon might not have a permanent place in my video game library, but much like the first game in the series, I’m glad I played it and I think most gamers will have fun with what’s here. (3DS, Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon) -

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