Reviews and Problems with Luigi's Mansion 2: Dark Moon
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Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon
Guide 2 Games
5 March 2014
Excerpt: It’s sometimes hard for brothers to get along. Things like sibling rivalry often come between the closest of relatives, especially when one is famous and the other is not as noticed. I often wondered if such was the case with Luigi, the brother of the more well-known Mario.
Summary: takes everything the GameCube version did and either slightly improves it or at least keeps it consistent. Sure, some things from the last game were lost due to being a mobile platform now, but the game is still a solid entry and one Nintendo fans should check out.
Excerpt: Nintendo has kicked off the “Year of the Luigi” with Luigi’s Mansion Dark Moon for the Nintendo 3DS. A true sequel from the Gamecube cult favorite, Luigi once again is tasked with busting ghosts and saving the day. Professor E.
Summary: Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon is a stellar example of a 3DS game that utilizes the hardware to its known limits, providing both a single- and multiplayer experience that is unique, engaging and worth coming back to time and time again.
Excerpt: The last time Luigi starred in a Nintendo game was back in 2001’s Luigi’s Mansion, which was made for the ancient GameCube. Mario’s cool twin brother really deserves more starring roles. The GameCube offering was good, but the recently released Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon is even better.
Pros: Wonderful game design. Super-nice graphics. Varied online multiplayer rocks.
Cons: Insanely hard at times. You can’t save when you want. Story needs more depth.
Summary: Spooky out of ten Despite all of the credit it deserves, the original Luigi's Mansion was a very basic experience, which alienated gamers who were left wanting more. Nintendo fans decried everything from the simplicity, to the lack of replay value, to the lack of variety in the game's mechanics.