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Submitted by RayWillmott 712d ago | review

Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon Overview I Expansive

We're not afraid to say it. The Expansive team are massive fans of the Gamecube. One of the finest games on the system was one that shipped at launch: Luigi’s Mansion. Suffice it to say, we've been waiting a very long time for a follow up.

Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon does make occasional subtle winks toward Pink Floyd’s most famous album; the story is lot deeper and more detailed than the original Gamecube title, but it’s still full of the charm that made the original title so endearing. Thankfully, Nintendo haven’t tried to reinvent the wheel too drastically here, although there are some big differences between the two titles which I’ll get into shortly. (3DS, Luigi's Mansion 2: Dark Moon) -

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