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Submitted by Upstate8987 532d ago | review

Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon (3DS), Review | Den of Geek US

After 12 long and lonely years of standing in his brother’s shadow, Mario’s scaredy cat little brother Luigi finally gets another starring role in a follow-up to 2001’s Luigi’s Mansion, called Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon on the Nintendo 3DS. The announcement of a sequel to one of Nintendo’s most innovative and underrated games was a big surprise to say the least, but one that was fully embraced by Luigi fans everywhere. A lot has changed in the time since Luigi’s first spooky outing on the Nintendo GameCube, but Dark Moon still manages to feel like a true sequel to Luigi’s Mansion, and expands upon the original game in almost every way. (3DS, Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon) 9.5/10

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