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Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon Review | Awesome Games

Adam from Awesome Games writes: 'Nintendo can often neglect their many endearing mascots. One minute they’re the centre of the company’s attention, spoilt with unprecedented devotion and a renewed sense of enthusiasm; the next, they’re thrown into a golden, impenetrable vault, guarded by Twinbellows, sealed shut until the stars and planets align in a particular way that pleases the master of mascot creation himself, Shigeru Miyamoto. Then, and only then, will one lucky character be chosen at random, completely uninfluenced by demand, and granted the chance to escape the creative confines that house the company’s most important intellectual property.' (3DS, Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon) 4/5

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