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Submitted by feedluster 1035d ago | review

Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon Review | Nerdluster

Nerdlsuter: Last time we joined Luigi and his Poltergust 5000 was way back as a launch title for the GameCube. Two console generations later, we now have the Wii U, the 3DS, and finally, a new Luigi’s Mansion title. In Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon, Luigi is no longer chasing after Mario, but now trying to find the scattered Dark Moon shards. Together, these shards form the Dark Moon, which had been keeping the various ghosts of Evershade Valley peaceful. The shattered shards have spread to 5 mansions, expanding Luigi’s quest into a much larger journey than before. When all the ghosts are bagged do these mansions provide as much fun and excitement as the original game? (3DS, Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon) 85/100

wellmont  +   1036d ago
Dave reviewed this game but I also had a chance to play it and I loved it...these games that utilize classic Nintendo puzzle solving mechanics really take me back to the heyday of Nintendo puzzlers.

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