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Review: Mario and Luigi: Dream Team | Clearance Bin Review

Poor Luigi. Despite his lithe physique, vibrant green coveralls and a much better coifed mustache than his genetic counterpart, he was relegated to “little bro” status from the get-go. With Nintendo proclaiming 2013 the “Year of Luigi,” you’d think the guy would finally get a break (well, besides the phenomenal Luigi’s Mansion), but no matter how incredibly fun Mario & Luigi: Dream Team is, it continually serves as a reminder that Luigi’s place is in the background. The game itself is genuine – if somewhat uninspired – fun, but the necessary abusing of the green one is a distracting bummer. (3DS, Mario & Luigi: Dream Team) 7/10

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