Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Chris Dring Reviews Luigi's Mansion 2

Luigi's Mansion 2
Luigi: returning to clean up the streets at last.
Despite it being a full 10 years since Luigi last donned his custom vacuum cleaner and captured ghosts in a haunted mansion, the overdue arrival of Luigi's Mansion 2 was well worth the wait.
The sequel still sees the world's second most famous plumber suck up ghouls, which remains a satisfying gameplay feature. But this is a longer adventure, with five mansions riddled with secrets and puzzles to explore, and each of them has been split into bite-sized missions, which is ideal for on-the-go gaming.
The controls can be fiddly and the otherwise superb visuals look pixelated on the 3DS XL, but nevertheless, this is a deep, charming adventure, with superb audio and challenging puzzles. An essential purchase for Nintendo fans.

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