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Submitted by TiberusX87 140d ago | opinion piece

Pile of Shame – Luigi’s Mansion Retrospective Review

Editor Note: If you’re not familiar with the term “pile of shame”: basically, it’s all the games you’ve purchased over the years, but never gotten around to playing. We’re now working our way back to retrospectively review some of them.

"Luigi’s Mansion is truly an adventure to enjoy; brilliantly combining character and environmental interaction while portraying an engaging and relatable story. Despite being a short game for some people, there is a lot to love about this game be it the atmosphere, variety of gameplay mechanics and innovative boss battles. For me, it was such a unique experience unlike anything I have ever played before. Every component felt artfully crafted and arranged to create a satisfying explorative campaign. I wish I had given this gem a chance sooner, but at least I didn’t pass on it indefinitely. Luigi’s Mansion is certainly a game I will want to revisit just so I can re-experience its fun and spooky world." (GameCube, Luigi's Mansion)

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