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Submitted by Pozzle 753d ago | review

Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon Review | Gamnesia

Gamnesia: Though it draws inspiration from 2001's GameCube classic, Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon does everything in its power to differentiate itself from its predecessor in as many exciting ways as possible. Being so different, judging Dark Moon based on the precedents set by the original Luigi's Mansion would be a disservice, and thus we can better appreciate everything that Nintendo and Next Level Games have done to make Dark Moon a fantastic game in its own right. With lovable cartoony characters, easy-to-understand yet immersive gameplay, and core concepts that keep you coming back for more, Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon joins the ranks of Kid Icarus: Uprising and Fire Emblem: Awakening as one of the best 3DS games around. (3DS, Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon) 8/10

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