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Submitted by karamsoul 280d ago | review

Mario and Luigi: Dream Team Review | SpawnFirst

From Buddy Acker of SpawnFirst: "Mario & Luigi: Dream Team is worth purchasing simply because it offers so much. It contains much more content than most $60 console games do. While it does overstay its welcome, it's still a game filled with so much joy and opportunity that its minor annoyances can easily be overlooked. It's a worthy addition to a pretty great series." (3DS, Mario & Luigi: Dream Team) 8.5/10

3-4-5  +   280d ago
Is this game addicting like other RPG's ?

How is the music ?

Are their different towns ?
BuddyAcker  +   275d ago
It's pretty addictive. The music is OK, but nothing special. Every area in the game is different, but enemy types repeat a lot.

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