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Submitted by Venomousfatman 565d ago | review

Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon Review – Green Plumber Ghost Hunting

Luigi has always been dubbed the eternal understudy in the Nintendo universe. While always playing second fiddle to his more popular brother Mario, Luigi has never really gotten his due in many of the games he has appeared in. Yet there are a few little gems scattered across the all the different Nintendo console generations where Mario’s green hatted brother has stepped into the spotlight and out of his brother’s shadow. One such game was a title originally on the Nintendo GameCube called Luigi’s Mansion, which was a launch title for the system back in the day. Now Luigi is getting another shot at a solo adventure on the 3DS in a sequel following his exploits on the GameCube. And this time the stakes are raised even higher for the green plumber. (3DS, Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon) -

rbailey  +   565d ago
I have been neglecting getting a 3ds for quite some time now. Fire Emblem Awakening and this game have fully convinced me now to invest in this device.

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