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  • Blog Post: A Worthy If Repetitive Sequel

    If my New Super Luigi U review was any indication, Luigi is my favorite Nintendo character. 'Nuff said. As for my back story: in early 2002, my parents bought me a Gamecube for my birthday in first grade. With it, I got Wave Race , and, oh yes, the original Luigi's Mansion . His scared and nervous... More
  • Blog Post: Luigi is back, with another entertaining trip into spooky mansions!

    " 12 years after his first ghost-busting adventure, Luigi finally returns for some more action!" 2013. Year of Luigi. What better game to start off with this year than the long awaited return of Luigi's Mansion; with Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon, not only are we treated with a sequel... More
  • Blog Post: Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon Review

    I Ain't Afraid of No Ghosts! Luigi's Mansion was one of the launch titles for the Nintendo GameCube alllll the way back in 2001. Time hasn't done it any favors, but back then it was one of the most unique games ever devised. It featured Luigi in his first starring role in a Nintendo game... More
  • Blog Post: Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon - This Moon Shines Bright

    With 2013 being the Year of Luigi, it's only fitting that it all kicks off with the sequel to Luigi's defining role in 2001's Luigi's Mansion for the Gamecube. For the debut of the Gamecube, Luigi was brought to the forefront to lead the way for the budding console and provide a perfect... More
  • Blog Post: A 3DS Must

    So I have not had the pleasure of playing Luigi's Mansion for the Gamecube, but from what I've seen, Dark Moon took a good step forward, making a great identity for itself. Gameplay: So despite it's predecessor, Dark Moon plays itself more as a puzzler than a boss gauntlet kind of game. This... More
  • Blog Post: Luigi's Mansion Mediocre Moon

    7/10: A sub-par game that fails to live up to it's predecessor. It's got a great atmosphere and overall art direction, but lacks the solid gameplay mechanics to make it a truly memorable title with lots of replayability. Luigi's Mansion on the Gamecube was the first game I ever played on... More
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