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Submitted by JohnnoshArk 469d ago | review

Luigi's Manison 2: Dark Moon Review - JohnnoshArk Reviews

It’s no secret, I haven’t been a fan of the direction Nintendo have been taking their company, and I feel let down by both the 3DS and WiiU. In fact the last time I actually loved a Nintendo console was the Gamecube. One of the games which defined my Gamecube experience was Luigi’s Mansion. A story about the lesser loved plumber, trying to save his brother from a haunted mansion was both hilarious and captivating. When I found out about Luigi’s Mansion 2: Dark Moon coming to Nintendo 3DS I had my doubts, and hoped that Nintendo would not butcher a game I had fond memories of. I am glad to say they haven’t, but have created a game that may just win me back. (3DS, Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon) 8/10

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