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Submitted by Lavalamp 525d ago | review

Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon Review | Paste

Paste: "The best parts of Dark Moon feel like an interactive silent film—the bumbling yet capable Luigi exploring on his own, fearing and falling for a mansion’s subtle tricks—and are complemented by superb animation and audio work. When the game interrupts that structure with banal instructional calls from E. Gadd or ends it abruptly once you’ve met a mission’s parameters, it creates a pace of play that’s convenient (save problems notwithstanding) at the expense of some wanted control. Even so, the sheer amount of detail and creativity in Dark Moon’s iterative design makes experiencing another Luigi caper more than worth the small inconveniences." (3DS, Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon) 7.8/10

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