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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 542d ago | review

MTB: Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon [Review]

MTB: I didn’t believe it when Nintendo first announced Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon. I knew it had been a long time since I played the last one, but was that really all the way back in 2001? That’s Duke Nukem Forever sequel distance, there. Anyway, I was pumped to play a new game in the series. The original game had been such a weird, fun diversion that I was disappointed that Nintendo didn’t seem all that interested in following up on it. Here we are, though, and the game is as much fun as I remember. Perhaps a little harder at times, but still as much fun. (3DS, Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon) 4.1/5

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