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The first Luigi’s Mansion turned the concept of ghost busting into what could be described as a fishing game adventure. You would find a ghost, discover how to lure it out, “hook” it with your flashlight, and then proceed to capture it with a vacuum that somehow became more effective the more you tugged away from a ghost. Only, instead of being set in a placid lake, it was set in a spooky, cartoonish mansion filled with whimsical puzzles, secret rooms, and treasure that somehow...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
It must be rough being Luigi. Always following in his brother's foot steps, Luigi was usually portrayed as the cowardly sidekick who always relies on Mario to hog the spotlight and save the day. Well, he was finally given his own game.....on the NES, which stunk, but then he got a second chance in a ghost catching game on the Gamecube, which didn't. The first Luigi's Mansion was definitely an odd choice to throw this cowardly anxious sidekick into, but luckily it ended up being incredibly fun an...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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