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Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon - Nintendo 3DS

Luigi breaks out of his brother’s shadow in this fantastic 3DS game.
  • Release date: 2013
  • Genre: Action
  • Developer: Next Level Games
  • Publisher: Nintendo
  • Rating: Everyone (E)
  • Players: 1-Player, Online and Local Multiplayer
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adamloooong
One of the reasons I bought my 3Ds... Now once I finish Zelda LBW and Mario 3D Land - Ill pick this bad boy up! haha
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kingjames777
Very good game. Not sure if I like the levels being divided more than having one huge mansion, but it's still great fun.
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waltz157
I found difficulty in finishing the game as I could only really enjoy it when it was dark around me, so my experience was kind of broken up. The game has tons of features and secrets to discover which should keep you busy for a while. The multiplayer is fun, although not the main attraction to the game, and both the sound and graphical design is fantastic! I highly recommend this game.
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humphries90
What a sequel should be, vastly improves the original without stepping too far. Variety of gameplay mechanics and different mansions to keep you interested. Definitely a must have game for the system.
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henyu
a great port form the gamecube
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Yoster
Great sequel with new ghost-catching mechanics and of course 5 mansions for the price of one.
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Otto-Matic
I'm really happy they made this long awaited sequel. I couldn't stop playing until I finished it.
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