In Luigi’s mansion, Luigi scares very easily, and spends much of his time clinging to his flashlight and vacuum cleaner (which he uses to catch ghosts). It’s only unnatural that he’d get a little attached, right?

The game is fantastic. It’s an action/adventure title, which, unlike most games classified with that genre, has much more of an emphasis on the adventure than the action. It’s full of character, has a wealth of content, and does a good job of keeping you interested. If you have a 3DS, you know that quality new releases are a little scarce, so when something like this comes along, you should really get on that.


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