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Submitted by discordman 719d ago | review

Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon Review [Capsule Computers]

Dustin Spencer from Capsule Computers writes: "Luigi has been around for nearly as long as Mario, playing second fiddle to his famed brother. Over ten years ago, Luigi got his time to shine in Luigi's Mansion (I don't count Mario is Missing, if you're wondering). The game is to this day considered to be one of the strongest titles that hit the platform, and has garnered a hungry following that have begged for more for years. That day to feast has come, Luigi fans. Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon is everything we could have asked for in a sequel, with five mansions to explore, a brand new multiplayer mode, and all of the charms of the original. The question is, can this shunned brother prove himself on a new platform, or does this follow-up prove to be too late to the party?" (3DS, Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon) 9/10

masterabbott  +   719d ago
Im picking this up on payday! this game is a must buy and must own on the 3ds.

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