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.
Excerpt: Back in 2001 Luigi was given a chance to step out of his older brother's shadow and face off against spooky specters in a game meant to show off the capabilities of the Nintendo GameCube: Luigi's Mansion .
Excerpt: Detail is what makes Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon charming. It's in the way the plumber's Poltergust 5000 vacuum cleaner inhales tablecloths and billowing drapery, the character's comical footsteps, his humming along to the catchy soundtrack, ability to blow out candles that relight just a few moments...
Excerpt: Usually content to tag along and back up his more famous brother, Luigi hasn’t been in the spotlight since his ghost-busting antics on the Nintendo GameCube. The soft-spoken sibling must have remembered that busting makes him feel good, because a decade later the other Mario brother is back in...