While Nintendo’s penchant for going back to the well of tried and true franchises has worn thin for many a gamer, it’s hard to fault their decision in bringing Luigi back to the forefront – to the point of declaring it the “Year of Luigi” even. In this case, we revisit the neglected green plumber’s lone starring role in a sequel to his 2001 GameCube title, Luigi’s Mansion. The 3DS version, subtitled Dark Moon, is obviously trying to reclaim the magic of its predecessor, which incidentally managed to be the most successful title on a relatively disappointing system. It’s hard to argue that they haven’t, but while it overcomes some of the shortcomings of the original, there’s still some flaws that linger and serve to keep Luigi in his brother’s shadow as far as gaming perfection is concerned. Find out more when Michael LeParc of Gametactics reviews Luigi's Mansion Dark Moon for the 3DS.