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Submitted by Venomousfatman 362d ago | review

Mario & Luigi: Dream Team Review – A Dreamy RPG

For the year of Luigi, Nintendo has been showcasing various titles to spotlight Mario’s green hat wearing partner. For years, Luigi has always taken a back seat to his more popular brother in many titles featuring the cast of characters from Mario related games, even at times being completely absent altogether. Mario and Luigi: Dream Team is the latest entry of the Mario handheld RPG series of games from AlphaDream. And while Mario is still the main hero of story, a lot of emphasis has been placed on Luigi’s presence within the Mario universe. This time around, Luigi plays a more important role in the adventure the two plumbers have when rescuing Princess Peach. With some platforming elements and a witty sense of humor, players who jump into Dream Team will find an experience to love on their Nintendo 3DS. (3DS, Mario & Luigi: Dream Team) 75/100

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