Chad from We Got This Covered wrote:
Having spent most of his digital life stuck in the shadow of his shorter, and more portly brother, Mario, Luigi has been deserving of a spot in the limelight for a long time now. Nintendo has thankfully realized that, and is doing its best to give every one of the world’s Player Twos a chance to shine, through its Year of Luigi plan. You’ve probably heard of it, but if not it’s pretty self-explanatory, and will see the green-clad plumber become a focus of new digital content, such as games, DLC and collectibles, throughout his 30th anniversary year. It’s relatively new, of course, and has quite a few more months to go, but the wheel began rolling with Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon for 3DS and has picked up speed with New Super Luigi U.