Reviews and Problems with Luigi's Mansion 2: Dark Moon
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A downgrade from the original GameCube game
Garret Stevens, Amazon
19 December 2014
Summary: I loved the first game. But this sequel has a few key issues. 1. There's no reason for the plot. E. Gadd just decides to throw this task upon Luigi because he's used the Poltergust before. The original game, however, had a touching plot where Luigi was facing his fears to save his brother.
Summary: I am a 24 year old die hard Mario fan and I have yet to find Luigis Mansion that exciting! I find it tedious and often boring. It all seems too repetitive! buttttt, I mean, I do like it though. I love Luigi!! It might be my age, but I find that this game does get boring.
Summary: disappointed. the graphics are nice but the gameplay is horrible, all you do is complete missions and capture ghosts who fling stuff at you and whatnot. gets boring after the first house will be trading it in for credit very soon. lol
System was in good shape but I feel slightly cheated..
2 May 2013
Summary: The system itself was good but what didn't seem to be mentioned was the fact that the downloadable games were bound to the previous owner's profile.. You can only make your own profile the default if you reformat the system which wipes the old account.... And the games with it.
Summary: this game is very much like the first one...my only gripe is you have to complete a mission in order for it to save then it brings you right back to the beginning of the mansion...very confusing for my seven year old...he thought he was restarting the game over and over again..
Summary: This was one of the first games I played on the Nintendo 3DS. The game is really fun, but my biggest gripe is that it's challenging, and there are no save points during each stage. Therefore, if you're in the middle of a stage and lose all of your health, you have to completely start over.