Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon for Nintendo 3DS

Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon

Mar 24, 2013
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About this game

Developer: Next Level Games
Content Rating: Everyone


The Dark Moon that hangs over Evershade Valley seems to have a calming effect on the ghosts that reside there. For this reason, Professor E. Gadd has been studying the friendly ghosts that are unique to the area. But when the Dark Moon suddenly breaks apart and falls into the valley below, the once-friendly ghosts become hostile, trapping E. Gadd in his bunker! Luigi, who is at home watching TV, gets a big surprise when E. Gadd suddenly shows up on his TV screen and drags Luigi kicking and screaming through the screen into the Evershade Valley!

Gamer Reviews

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Oct 13, 2020
This game is very good i remember getting it christmas 2019 and i loved the story and muiltiplayer gameplay
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Critic Reviews

37 Reviews
William SchwartzMar 21, 2013
It’s unique in the type of gameplay that it offers, and it’s a surprising game on so many levels. The sheer amount of enemy types in single player, numerous collectibles, and attention to detail given to each and every environment, is a refreshing change of pace. While we’ve seen so many games that add components like multiplayer for filler content, or just seem content with slightly varied enemy models, every peice of Dark Moon feels meaningful and intended to enhance the experience, and there are a lot of those peices.
Jason JasickiMar 25, 2013
Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon is a long overdue sequel that delivers on what players of the first game were wanting, namely more ghost busting action starring Luigi. The presentation is wonderful and the attention to detail creates a game that has a charm and feel all its own. The controls are a little confusing at times but if you can get over them you’ll discover a fun game.
JamesApr 13, 2013
The problem with Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon is that eventually the game boils down to “poke everything”. Check all the furniture, strobe all devices and plants, send a blast of air towards anything fan-like, and throw a little black light around for good measure. ...Dark Moon is a likable if flawed journey through an enjoyably spooky world, and while it may not hold up to a long-term residency, it’s certainly worth a weekend getaway.