The year 2013 will sure go down in Nintendo history as marking the Year of Luigi, starting with the wonderful Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon. In the end, the 12 to 15 hours that the main story will last you are cute, incredibly fun, and allow Luigi’s personality to thoroughly shine. However, the game is inevitably held back from its awkward mission design and lack of meaningful incentives (or even purpose) for hunting treasure. Many will put the game down after one play-through, but for those who are inclined the new mission rating system and online Scarescraper mode will provide further enjoyment to be had. However, if you at all a Luigi fan, I strongly urge you to get this now to enjoy his personality alone.