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Submitted by combocaster 465d ago | review

Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon Review | ComboCaster

Luigi is not typically a protagonist of Nintendo games, with the exception luigis mansion Both the first and the sequel for 3DS Luigi, brother of the cowardly Mario takes as protagonist. In common is the quality, while the first caught everyone by surprise but sinned by a lack of variety and little longevity that ultimately combine with the lack of variety, this sequel takes the charism of Luigi that pleased us both, as well as bright atmosphere and joins him a ton of good content.

All they found and liked in the first game is back including our mad scientist. If there is something that has suffered a bit with the transition was the gameplay. The gameplay of the first was one of the best aspects of the game, unfortunately due to the limitations of the 3DS, especially the lack of a second analog may complicate life a bit to some players. Players will have to combine some keys as well as use the accelerometer and gyroscope which impairs the 3D effect.

This time Luigi has not earned any mansion in a contest that did not participate. Professor E. Gadd was working in his research the supernatural when their assistants friendly ghosts were violent. The cause is the destruction of the "dark moon" Dark Moon, by King Boo, the villain of the first game is now back to life black to Luigi. (3DS, Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon) 9/10

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